A Story About Autism to Encourage Tolerance and Acceptance

A Story About Autism to Encourage Tolerance and Acceptance

After reading the children's book, Zack; Through the Eyes of a Lovable Hippo with Asperger's I had to reach out to the author to learn more about the inspiration for its creation. The book not only educates the reader about Autism but also shares a message about tolerance and acceptance. The author Maria Bohuslawsky, begins the book with an explanation about Asperger's Syndrome and shares her own experiences with her son Zack.

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When Obstacles Get In Your Way, Get Creative

When Obstacles Get In Your Way, Get Creative

Last week I was honored to have received a Next Generation Indie Author Finalists Award for my by debut Children's book Can We Play Again? It gave me an opportunity once again to talk about art therapy and all of its benefits alongside a great honor of recognition. Winning this award made me stop and think about how I started down this path in the first place.

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"Can We Play Again?" - A Mom's Choice Award Winner

"Can We Play Again?" - A Mom's Choice Award Winner

I was very excited to learn that my debut children's book: Can We Play Again? is a Mom's Choice Awards® Silver Recipient.

Can We Play Again? is a story told by a dog named Buddy. He shares the journey of his best friend and owner named Chloe. She is a young girl who becomes sad and doesn't want to play anymore. With the help of Buddy, an art therapist, and her family, Chloe is able to find her way back to playing again.

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