Published November 2000
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
This book is about Wilma Rudolph, an amazing athlete and human being, from my home town. I knew and highly respected her. I got the book for a young lady that I was tutoring as a gift. The student had never heard of Wilma and I wanted her to be able to introduce her to her family with this book/5(59). It's a classic Cinderella story. Stuck at home in Clarksville, Tennessee, in the s, Wilma Rudolph couldn't attend school. Her leg was in a brace, twisted from /5(13). Wilma Rudolph was a I think this book was amazing because Wilma started off with having a disease called Polio. Wilma"s left leg became very thin and crooked. Many children lost the use of their legs or could possibly die from this disease. Wilma would have a hard time, because she had to wear a brace for a while/5. Wilma Rudolph book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. d and photographs introduce the life of Wilma Rudolph, an Olympic runner 4/5.
Wilma Rudolph book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Wilma Rudolph was born into a large family and struggled with health problem 4/5(7). Wilma Rudolph book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A biography of the woman who overcame crippling polio as a child to be /5. Rudolph shared her remarkable story with her autobiography, Wilma, which was turned into a TV film later that year. In the s, she was inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame Born: Wilma Rudolph is a book in the Little People, Big Dreams series and is a children's picture book written by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara and illustrated by Amelia Flower. It is a cursory biography of Wilma Rudolph an American Olympiad who /5.
"For high school students, Smith presents a much-needed biography of athlete Wilma Rudolph (b. )-->her autobiography is the only other account of her life. She traces Rudolph's early childhood and bout with polio, her Olympic medals in track in and , other competitions she participated in, and difficulties when her athletic career by: 2. Wilma Rudolph was born into a large family and struggled with health problems for the first several years of her life, including polio. Though she had trouble even walking, her love of sport and movement motivated her to rehabilitate her legs. Rudolph would blossom into athletic talent and 2/5(1). For more than two decades, Wilma Rudolph sought to impart the lessons she learned about amateur athletics to other young men and women. She was the author of an autobiography, Wilma, which was published in —and the subject of a television movie based on her book. She lectured in every part of America and even served in as an ambassador to the . Wilma Rudolph Here is your new born baby! waa,waaa waa,waa why can't i walk mommy You are just going to take a bit longer. You have contracted a type o.