A Pound of Kindness

Author:   Doug Cornfield
Publisher:   Mascot Books
ISBN:  

9781684017690


Pages:   38
Publication Date:   02 April 2019
Format:   Hardback
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First-grader Dave Clark lost the use of his legs to polio as a baby, so when his teacher announces a walking field trip to the local firehouse, Dave is worried. What if he can't keep up? Luckily, his fellow classmate Ernie Pound concocts a plan so Dave can join in the fun. Set in the 1950s in Corning, New York, A Pound of Kindness is a true story from the childhood of Dave Clark, the only professional baseball player to pitch from crutches, a National Hero of Sports winner, and an advocate for children with differing abilities.

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Author:   Doug Cornfield
Publisher:   Mascot Books
Imprint:   Mascot Books
Dimensions:   Width: 26.20cm , Height: 1.00cm , Length: 20.60cm
Weight:   0.363kg
ISBN:  

9781684017690


ISBN 10:   1684017696
Pages:   38
Publication Date:   02 April 2019
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children / Juvenile
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In stock   Availability explained
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Doug J. Cornfield, Sr. is an author, speaker, and former college athlete. He is the director of the Disability, Dream, and Do (D3Day) sports camps, created with Dave Clark. In college he was a top contender in track and field, and a scholarship athlete at the University of Georgia. His professional experience includes time spent in both the family entertainment industry and as a senior financial advisor for Merrill Lynch. More recently he partnered with Dave Clark to organize their company and run D3Day events, where the duo creates opportunities for children and young adults with special needs to interact with professional sports players and compete with no limitations. Doug is married to Jackie and their family includes seven children, one of whom was born with neither arm fully developed, and three grandchildren.

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