Children's Book 'His Own Way' by Sergio Liden Inspired by Firsthand Experience of Having an Autistic Son
rights activist Sergio Liden was inspired by his firsthand experience of having an autistic son.
The book will be released on March 22, 2021.The book will be available on Amazon and everywhere books are sold.
“I wish I had had a book like this when our son was diagnosed. We didn’t know what to expect. This book was written from my oldest daughter’s perspective on having an autistic brother. A person’s worth shouldn’t depend on whether or not they have a disability. His Own Way promotes understanding which inevitably leads to a more loving world. If we are going to make the world a better place for autistic people and their families, we need to talk openly about the disadvantages associated with autism as well as how to understand autistic people while protecting their rights and dignity.” said Liden about his new book.
The 39-page book was beautifully illustrated by Francesco Orazzini; they have dedicated it “To those who feel invisible, remember, you are very much seen.”
The Autism Society of America, one of the nation’s oldest leading grassroots autism organizations, celebrates National Autism Awareness Month in April each year and is designed to build a better awareness of the signs, symptoms, and realities of autism. Their campaign #CelebrateDifferences focuses on providing information and resources to be more aware of autism, promote acceptance, and be more inclusive in everyday life.
About Dads Publishing
Dads Publishing is a privately held publishing company started by 2 dads who met in their children’s kindergarten class in Los Angeles. The 2 dads in charge, writer Sergio Liden and Zachary Zemby are dedicated to publishing children’s books that help children better understand their emotions and help parents better understand their own role in life, especially as a parent. For more information, please visit www.dadspublishing.com.
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