|Ricky and the Hammond Cousins||Wanda Yoder|
The Hammond cousins are closely-knit, lively, and quite normal. They dearly love their Uncle Jerry, but his boy Ricky is a different story. He is mean. He is loud. He makes trouble at every turn.
The Hammond cousins are first bewildered, then exasperated, and finally compassionate as they learn to relate to a boy with a hyperactive disorder.
How can normal humans relate to a boy who operates at 440 volts nonstop? What is the Christian way to relate to him? Is Ricky normal, or is he another special boy in the Hammond family?
169 pages. Paperback. Christian Light Publications.
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