Dial Books for Young Readers,
Colt Vittorio has never run a race, or even walked down the street on his own. Colt has spina bifida, and sees the world from a wheelchair. Then his mother signs him up for a special riding program. "An excellent portrayal of a young person struggling with the emotional and social ramifications of a serious disease".--Booklist. An IRA Young Adult's Choice; Winner of the Joan Fassler Memorial Book Award.
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|Grouped Work ID||55dd5b40-f6f6-f0d1-ac4c-e483c576d3f5|
|detailed_location_school||Stratton Elementary - Kids Fiction|
|display_description||A young boy with a crippling disease learns, through a horseback riding program, to overcome his own anxieties and to help others in dealing with their own problems.|
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|record_details||ils:CARL0000520644|Book|Books||English|Dial Books for Young Readers,|c1991.|121 p. ; 22 cm.|
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|subject_facet||Horsemanship. -- Fiction, Horses -- Fiction, Physically handicapped. -- Fiction|
|title_full||Colt / by Nancy Springer|
|topic_facet||Fiction, Horsemanship, Horses, Physically handicapped|