Some of our beneficiaries have written books regarding their lives.
Here for a Purpose by Marc Alexander
The inspiring story of artist Tom Yendell
Look, No Hands! The Inspiring story of Brian Gault by Helena Rodgers and Brian Gault
No Hand To Hold & No Legs to Dance on: Laughing and Loving – A Thalidomide Survivor’s Story by Louise Medus
Four Fingers and Thirteen Toes by Rosaleen Moriarty-Simmonds
Turned a Tear into Triumph by Dave Sampson and Gary Skyner
The story of one man’s courage and determination to overcome the world’s most horrific medical drug scandal, Thalidomide.
Kim – A True Story by Kim Morton with Beatrice Atcheson
The powerful account of one woman’s disability and her quest for justice
Don’t Tell Me I Can’t: How One Thalidomide Survivor Turned Adversity into Triumph by Leigh Gath
The triumphant story of a thalidomide survivor
You Can’t, You won’t by Gary Skyner
Gary Skyner’s autobiography, You Can’t, You Won’t: A Life of Unarmed Combat, provides an honest, detailed account of his life as a Thalidomide child.
Other Related Books
Beaten but Unbowed by Karen Braysher
“A courageous, highly readable and encouraging book that will give lots of hope to the many survivors of complex abuse.” Written by Karen, the sibling of a Thalidomider who was conceived as a “replacement child”.