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S.T. Davis

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ISBN 10: 1886166420 / ISBN 13: 9781886166424
Published by North Country Books, 2015
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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Title: One Step from Normal

Publisher: North Country Books

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Not issued

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: First Edition.

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Synopsis:

In 1955, thirteen-year-old Stephanie Turner comes home from summer camp bursting with happy memories. When she awakes the next morning, her back and legs are stiff, her head pounds, and excruciating pains burn through her whole body. Questions whir around in her head like an out of control carousel stuck on fast speed. Is this polio, the dreaded disease she has heard so much about? Was it her fault she caught it? Will her friends catch it too because of her, especially her new friend, Randy? This same year, Dr. Jonas Salk invents a vaccine to prevent polio, but not in time to help Stephanie.

About the Author:

S.T. Davis is the author of two middle-grade novels about the American Revolution. Her first novel, Musket and Mobcap, offers the reader insight into the daily life of a teenage girl, Sybil Ludington, during a volatile time in American history. The second book, Summer of Red Rain, traces the adventures of a fictional protagonist, Samuel Trask, during the Battle of Oriskany and the siege of Fort Stanwix (Schuyler) in the summer of 1777.
S.T. Davis lives in the Hudson Valley and spends her time volunteering at a local hospital, writing, and painting. In the summer months, she gives historical tours at the Van Wyck Homestead and Museum in Fishkill, NY. The Fishkill Historical Society operates this site. Her hobbies are sewing, scrap booking, learning Italian, traveling, and studying piano.

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