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Common Threads: Celebrating Life With Down Syndrome

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Take heart in the accomplishments of 59 persons with Down syndrome from across the U.S. and Canada, all chronicled in this unique and inspiring book. Original black-and-white photographs, research, and exclusive information from the Band of Angels survey of children with Down syndrome round out the pages.
Published (first published March 20th 2007)
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Mar 12, 2009 Melanie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: EVERYONE!!!!!!!!
Shelves: nonfiction
Stories and research about the potential and dreams of people with Down syndrome, is perfect for new parents of a baby with Down syndrome or any person who sees great potential in someone with extra chromosomes.

I was given this book by my beautiful friend, Wendy, whom I met after Ty had been discharged from the NICU. She introduced me to more beautiful moms, just like her, with children that have Down Syndrome.

I still quote stories from the book, and I giggle a lot whenever I read the amazing ac
I loved reading short stories about the accomplishments of people w/ Down's. And the photos are priceless.
I'm fortunate to have Don Don in my life & wish everyone could have their own special person. I've never met a Down's that didn't bring a smile to my face. They are angels on earth. I think they know it too :))
This book was given to me when my daughter Lacy was born and was such a source of comfort to me. Reading about the success stories of people with Downsyndrome was very encouraging to me as I started my life with Lacy.
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