A Boy Called Hopeless by M.J.
Jeremiah Rogers could not walk like other children. He could not speak well. His hands were not coordinated. And even worse, he could not think clearly. Jeremiah’s older sister, M.J., tells his story with great tenderness, concern and a wonderful sense of humor. She invites readers to step into the world of her brain-injured brother and share the wonder of A Boy Called Hopeless. 231 pages. 1986