Fastest woman on Earth: The story of Tatyana McFadden
Fastest Woman on Earth, tells the story of 17-time Paralympic medalist Tatyana McFadden. Born with spina bifida in Russia, Tatyana was raised in an orphanage where she walked on her hands for the first six years of her life. In 1994, she was adopted and moved to the United States, where she started racing and breaking records; and is now considered the best female wheelchair racer of all time, and the fastest woman on Earth.
This is the first title in Paralympians, a children’s book series about 4 of the greatest Paralympic athletes of our time including Afro-French sprinter, and long jumper Jean-Baptiste Alaize; Iranian archer Zahra Nemati; and Italian fencer Beatrice Vio.