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Against Tall Odds: Being a David in a Goliath World

Matt Roloff

In Matt's biography Against Tall Odds, readers view a world of fast-walking giants, where common obstacles for most are mountains for little people, and stares from strangers are the norm.

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The Person Behind the Syndrome

Peter Beighton, Greta Beighton

This book comes a decade after the publication of "The Man behind the Syndrome" and continues the presentation of people who have given their names to disorders or syndromes which are thought to have a significant genetic or chromosomal ...

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Tom Thumb: The Remarkable True Story of a Man in Miniature

George Sullivan

Shares the life of Charles Sherwood Stratton, describing his career, his travels around the world, his specially designed home, and his longtime friendship with the flamboyant P. T. Barnum.

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In the Little World: A True Story of Dwarfs, Love, and Trouble

John H. Richardson

Through these stories and musings, ranging from classic theories of beauty to the history of the disability movement, to postmodern theories of difference, Richardson presents a world that is a skewed reflection of our own -- and offers us ...

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