Reazon, has Cerebral Palsy and has spent her life in a wheelchair, surrounded by siblings that play while her mother works. Her dream is to play and be “normal” so that her mother won’t have to work so hard. Happy-Ness arrives and teaches the art of play and biofeedback for the brain so that Reazon might get her wish.
What you will learn with this Book
The value of trying regardless of the outcome
How to believe in the core of a person rather than the seeable skills
How to understand the ways in which we are reinforcing our children’s and recreate ourselves accordingly
It’s good to reach for help while staying in touch with your instincts
Its ok to be greedy for good.
-The minute I read TheWingMaker I knew it needed to be placed in the hands of thousands of people across the globe. You are about to dive into a story that is both simple, and deeply layered. It is a family story that can be read multiple times offering a new and important life lesson with each read. The WingMaker will leave you with wanting to live a more full life. The WingMaker presents the opportunity for you to see the world with honesty and beauty regardless of circum- stance.
The Wingmaker by Lynette Louise is an extraordinarily moving picture book. Wonderfully written, it touches on many subjects that many special-needs families deal with daily including illness, disability, and grief. The Wingmaker is destined to touch the heart of anyone who reads it and provide much needed hope when it’s needed most.
The WingMaker is a wonderful, inspiring book. It takes us on a journey of why, why we should always live life to the fullest. It is also beautifully and uniquely illustrated making it possible to see the beauty in the challenge. The WingMaker is for everyone but it is a must read for caregivers and families who live and work with the disabled.
Lynette Louise aka The Brain Broad is an international speaker, composer, actress, scientist, healer, friend who plays and engages the brain with neurofeedback. When not busy she spends her time pursuing a PhD in Psychology with a specialty in Psychophysiology. She raised eight differently abled children, many of whom were adopted. Her recent book MIRACLES ARE MADE: A Real Life Guide To Autism is read around the globe.