Poster Child: A Memoir

Poster Child: A Memoir

Emily Rapp


The beautiful, critically-acclaimed memoir of dwelling with incapacity.

Emily Rapp was once born with a congenital disorder that required, on the age of 4, that her left foot be amputated. by the point she used to be 8 she'd had dozens of operations, had misplaced such a lot of her leg, from simply above the knee, and had turn into the smiling, indefatigable "poster baby" for the March of Dimes. For years she made appearances at church suppers and rodeos, giving pep talks approximately how general and chuffed she used to be. the entire whereas she was once studying to reside with what she later defined as "my grievous, irrevocable flaw," and the ambiguity that being remarkable was once the one strategy to be ordinary.

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