As a child, Alan was stricken with polio. As a result, he’s been forced to endure painful treatments and live in and out of hospitals most of his life. Instead of complaining, Alan channeled his energy into sports and education. He earned the number one rank in the northeast coaching volleyball from 1997 – 2000 in a CT high school where his team won 4 Connecticut state championships. He was named Coach of the Year for girl’s high school volleyball in 1988.
He also wrote an amazing book called The Little Red Chair about growing up with polio and his gratitude for all the people in his life. He’s also a co-author for the best selling book series, “Contagious Optimism that we recently interviewed David Mezzapelle about. Alan was selected as a Luminary for “Inspire Me Today.” He’s received book awards from “USA Book News,” nationally in 2009. He’s been a Finalist in Poetry / inspirational and religious categories including “The International Book Awards” Finalist in Poetry for Inspirational category and Winner in the Religious category in 2010.
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|The Little Red Chair||A View From The Quiet Corner|
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