About The Book
The Badger Brothers constantly bully Willie and make fun of Willie being on the track team. They call him Willie Waddles. Although the coach encourages Willie, Willie doesn't believe he can run fast, that is until Willie's mom tells him a secret. That secret is so powerful that Willie amazes everyone. He amazes himself most of all.
Sandra Swain has a degree in journalism from The Ohio State University. She has been a public relations director of a Columbus, Ohio hospital, worked in special education, written advertising, and been on the Board of Trustees of a large community college for 15 years. She chaired the Board as well. She is now a Trustee Emeritus. Sandra has two prior books: By the Buckeye, a local school history, and Willie Wombat's Walk, where Willie discovers his must learn not to make quick assumptions. Sandra has eight grandchildren and is a realtor in the Cleveland, Ohio area.
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