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Young author advises others to stay strong with new book
JaMario Walker offers encouragement from his own life experiences
W Jamario Walker and Adrian Peterson
New author Ja'Mario Walker, center, poses with friends and family, from left, Tommy Lewis of Lewis Color Lithographers, brother Alfonza Walker, Georgia Southern legend Adrian Peterson and Faith Abell, also of Lewis Color. Ja'Mario has written a book called "Staying Strong" to encourage and inspire others. Half of the proceeds of his book will be donated to the AMBUCS organization to purchase therapeutic bikes. - photo by Special
When Ja’Mario Walker met legendary Georgia Southern running back Adrian Peterson, his first words were, “Hey, A.P., I can beat you in a race.” Those are strong words coming from a seventh grader. They’re even more powerful coming from a young man born with cerebral palsy who gets from place to place with the assistance of a walker.
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