"You're Getting Better Every Day" by Sarah Victoria Jackson
It's not about sports, popularity, hair, clothes, make-up or boys, it's about finding yourself

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"June 12, 1998: a day she will never remember:
When 15 year-old Sarah Jackson climbed into a car with an underage drinking driver, she didn’t know that choices can impact dreams . The driver lost control and crashed. Sarah sustained a severe traumatic brain injury. She was in a coma for 3 ½ weeks and underwent four months of rehabilitation therapy. With a journal describing her difficulties, essay reaction’s from friend’s, mom’s journal detailing her fears and hopes, and dad’s monthly newsletters updating friends of her recovery, Sarah is able to show how determination makes it possible to overcome life’s uncertainties.

Today, Sarah has become a leader in our nation’s efforts to promote traffic safety speaking to student and adult audiences
across the country. “One Life, One Captain” is the name of her presentation as she promotes personal responsibility, healthy choices and that wearing a safety belt can save your life too."
 

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Published October 28, 2010 by iUniverse. 256 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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