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Life Notes

Reprinted from PN June 2012

Notes of hope and love tell polio survivor's stories of growth.

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Many of us might think of a note as a way to remember a phone number or event date. However, a father and polio survivor is using notes to inspire and help his daughter and other young people.

Author Ronald A. Tomo offers 28 notes of hope and love in Notes to Jacqui: A Polio Survivor’s Thoughts to His Daughter. Tomo scatters the notes among personal stories of growth from his own life in an effort to assist young people in all aspects.

Tomo contracted polio in 1953 when he was just 7 months old. His book has heartwarming stories about love, parenting, facing adversity, and overcoming fear.

Notes to Jacqui: A Polio Survivor’s Thoughts to His Daughter is available in hard cover, soft cover, or e-book at amazon.com.

 

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