I am collaborating with a friend, David Grant, an author on a fairy tale involving an autistic character. It has a positive message, and shows that people or characters with special needs can do great things.
Here is a link to the first book in the series a prequel to the book involving Francesco the Autistic Puppet:
We are splitting any funds raised to help us to help autism and get our 501c3 !!
I have a preview the next book about an autistic puppet character who winds up doing great things a chapter per week starting soon.
Please buy both books to help us to help autism, plus the books are excellent and worth reading.
Here is a Brief summary Francesco the Autistic Puppet and info from the cover of the new Book:
Geppetto’s Autistic Puppet
By DW Grant
For Dave B.,
and the great big smile that comes up from his very large heart.
Preview of Chapter 1–>
Sit still my Children, and I will tell you an adventurous tail that breaks through hard wooden hearts, and a story about the magic of love with no limits. I hope you will see that true magic dwells deep in the heart, but sometimes it needs is a little love to find its way out. For there are secret pathways for love inside all of us, and if we love hard enough they open a way out for our love , and for the love of those around us. The star of our story is small, even smaller than you little Leonie, but you will grow much bigger and he will not. Our little troubadour can sing too, even better than you my good friend Andreas, even though he does not possess your charm. No, my favorite niece Marianne, he does not have your smile. No one’s smile melts my heart like yours, but I hope by the end of this tale you love him as much as I love telling his story to you. Oh, you want to know his name?! We will call him what his creator christened him, “Francesco! “ That name means “Free One” in the language of his Father, but here’s where the story gets sticky, like a hotcake covered in maple syrup. You like hotcakes, don’t you Lasanni? I can tell because your belly giggled when I asked that question. Maybe we eat one less hotcake at the breakfast table tomorrow, eh? No? Well, ok, then. We go back to the story. Here’s the sticky part: You see, he was not as free as his name. Oh, I know you may not understand that little Pachako, but maybe you will when the story has been told. Here’s where we start.
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