Something to hang on to is a work of young adult fiction by Beverly Brenna. The short stories feature adolescents with various disabilities (Down Syndrome, autism, and muscular dystrophy) dealing with issues such as common fears, family violence, fitting in, and forming their identities as individuals apart from the stigma of their conditions. The book jumps between time periods and locales, but retains an overarching theme of positivity in the face of adversity.
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