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In 1976, simple bad luck took my brother’s sight. Of course that was sad, but my brother has always found ways to make people laugh, even about serious issues. One serious issue came up when he attended a school for blind adults. He heard crying almost every week, from other adults who lost their sight. The school also showed him things that were less serious–like beep-baseball, downhill ski races with blind racers, and all the laughs and romance that most young men enjoy. This book is about my blind brother, but the message is how any of us can respond to bad luck, whether we have sight or not.
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