April is Autism Awareness Month. I’ll be out presenting the book in hopes that it reaches families in need of encouragement.
<- Saturday, April 8th is a book signing in downtown Sioux Falls, SD. The owner of the variety store, who created this great poster, has a family member with special needs.
The day before that , Friday, April 7, award winning Christian author Norma Gail will feature her interview with me on her blog. She’s also cared for family members with special needs.
Coming up toward the end of the month, I’ll be speaking at St. Martin’s By-The-Lake Episcopal Church on the shores of Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota. I’ll have the chance to preach at two services as well as offer a forum in between them. –>
How can you help? On line reviews, even a few sentences of reaction, can raise the profile of the book and help others take a look. If you found Raising a Child With Autism meaningful in some way, please share a review:
On Amazon.com (if you didn’t get the book via Amazon, please be sure to state in your review how you received it, such as “It came as a gift from a friend.”)
Thanks in advance for your support. The hope is to reach families that need some encouragement in the midst of care giving. And as one reviewer said, it goes beyond autism:
This is a most amazing book. The writing is phenomenal. Each chapter is divided into three parts, and each connected to “gardening or growing something”. This book is like a meditation and it does not just relate to raising a child with autism, it can apply to any difficulty, one might be going through. It even relates to just life itself. I have given this book to many people and all have loved it. The depth of this small book will amaze you.