Kenneth Poole’s new book “More Than a Wheelchair” unravels a closer perspective on the pain, struggles, and reality of living life with a disability

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Recent release “More Than a Wheelchair” from Page Publishing author Kenneth Poole tells heartfelt stories of three individuals whose journeys and backgrounds differ but all of them find themselves ending up in wheelchairs in the blink of an eye.

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Kenneth Poole, a brilliant writer who wishes to share his own story, has completed his new book “More Than a Wheelchair”: a profound account of the lives of Richard, Kevin, and Q whose personal stories are unique, touching, and even heartbreaking at times. This will make one realize that some people will try to break you down but all you need is courage to overcome the pain.

Poole writes, “When you look at someone in a wheelchair, the wheelchair is not always what you should see. You do not know what that person is going through or what they have been through. So, before you are quick to judge a person, just think, that could be you someday or someone in your family. It is hard enough being in a wheelchair, then to have people around you look down on you and judge you or think you have a disease. This book is to let people know how easy it is to get hurt, whether you are on your job or whether you are in a car. So, the next time you see someone with a disability, do not be quick to judge.”

Published by Page Publishing, Kenneth Poole’s stirring autobiographical novel reveals real-world stories in the hopes of encouraging others to face their own struggles as well.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “More Than a Wheelchair” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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