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Yahya in charge

eman kanaani

Publisher: eman kanaani

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Summary

Based on real-life events of my son, Yahya, from birth to three years. During this period, we discovered ourselves and messages echoed in our minds that turned into faith. This book is from our hearts to everyone who is seeking a little comfort and meaning to their unique situation. Also, we would like others to have a glance at a "special needs" life hoping to increase awareness and reduce prejudice. The book follows simple comic and graphic pictures to demonstrate our journey. Yahya has a rare genetic syndrome named CHARGE giving him various disabilities of bilateral profound hearing loss, vision impairment, missing vestibular system, feeding, and breathing problems. Yet he is very determined and resilient....  

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