Lynn McDaniel has graced us with a sequel to Yes, I Can, the autobiographical account of her childhood, distinguished by the manifestations of cerebral palsy. In Yes, I Can Too, Ms. McDaniel relates in a uniquely tender prose the educational and medical challenges she faced and overcame in her later childhood and adolescent years. At a time when physical limitations were assumed to reflect intellectual deficits, Ms. McDaniel, supported by her determined mother, who refused to take "No, she can't" for a answer, enlightened teachers and peers alike. The author's account of her spiritual coming of age can be a source of pride to all who take comfort in the thought that we have all been fashioned in the image of the Divine.
-Marc Flitter, MD, Author of Judith’s Pavilion, The Haunting Memories of a Neurosurgeon
This young, handicapped girl was able to do amazing things—things no one ever dreamed she would accomplish. If you enjoyed reading the first book, get ready for another treat. However, Yes, I Can Too stands alone as an inspiring, uplifting read!
-Margie Austin, Faulkner University Department of Military Education
Lynn McDaniel once again opens the door to her heart as she invites the reader to a more extended view of her formative years. She will hold you as a captive reader as she shares the struggles and the triumphs of her teenage years.
-Jane McWhorter, Author of Let this Cup Pass, Special Delivery, Roses in December, and other books.