Dr. Alexander didn't seem to see her tears. "I want you to do something for me. It'll be our secret. Whenever you're alone, look down at your right foot and say to big toe, 'I'm going to move you, you lazy slob.'"
She glared at the black sneakers.
When Christie wakes up after the car accident, she's in a room she doesn't recognize. Grandma and Grandpa are standing by her bed with tears in their eyes, and she can't figure out why her hand and feet don't move. But as the months pass, Dr. Alexander won't let her mope, and Jonathan, her new friend, makes all the difference in her life.
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