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The Butterfly’s Journey (What Is Autism? An Autism Awareness Children’s Book): Difficult Discussions, Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome, Special Needs Children, Autism Books For Kids, Autism Books

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Spring is an exciting time for new beginnings, but when Baby Butterfly does not emerge from his cocoon on time, his parents know something is wrong. Mama and Papa Butterfly seek help from their forest friends and find out that Baby Butterfly has autism. They learn from their animal friends what autism is, what to expect, and how to best help Baby Butterfly. Through the sup Spring is an exciting time for new beginnings, but when Baby Butterfly does not emerge from his cocoon on time, his parents know something is wrong. Mama and Papa Butterfly seek help from their forest friends and find out that Baby Butterfly has autism. They learn from their animal friends what autism is, what to expect, and how to best help Baby Butterfly. Through the support of his parents and teachers, Baby Butterfly slowly emerges from his cocoon and learns to navigate in the big, beautiful, and often over-stimulating world. The Butterfly’s Journey is an engaging and interactive story that explains Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in an easy-to-understand manner. This delightful story highlights some of the common traits and challenges for those with autism as it delivers a nurturing message about love, support, friendship, and acceptance. Children will enjoy a shape/definition matching game as well as finding the hidden butterfly character on every page while they learn about Baby Butterfly’s journey from inside his little cocoon, through his brave flight through the rainbow of challenges, to a happy life where he is embraced and accepted into the community of butterflies. One in 68 children live and often struggle with ASD. It’s likely that you either have a child on the autism spectrum or know someone who does. This book is written for: children (preschool, kindergarten, first grade through third grade), families with children on the autism spectrum, teachers, special needs and special education teachers, libraries, pediatrician offices, counselors, educators, and anyone who would like to spread autism awareness and acceptance.


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Spring is an exciting time for new beginnings, but when Baby Butterfly does not emerge from his cocoon on time, his parents know something is wrong. Mama and Papa Butterfly seek help from their forest friends and find out that Baby Butterfly has autism. They learn from their animal friends what autism is, what to expect, and how to best help Baby Butterfly. Through the sup Spring is an exciting time for new beginnings, but when Baby Butterfly does not emerge from his cocoon on time, his parents know something is wrong. Mama and Papa Butterfly seek help from their forest friends and find out that Baby Butterfly has autism. They learn from their animal friends what autism is, what to expect, and how to best help Baby Butterfly. Through the support of his parents and teachers, Baby Butterfly slowly emerges from his cocoon and learns to navigate in the big, beautiful, and often over-stimulating world. The Butterfly’s Journey is an engaging and interactive story that explains Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in an easy-to-understand manner. This delightful story highlights some of the common traits and challenges for those with autism as it delivers a nurturing message about love, support, friendship, and acceptance. Children will enjoy a shape/definition matching game as well as finding the hidden butterfly character on every page while they learn about Baby Butterfly’s journey from inside his little cocoon, through his brave flight through the rainbow of challenges, to a happy life where he is embraced and accepted into the community of butterflies. One in 68 children live and often struggle with ASD. It’s likely that you either have a child on the autism spectrum or know someone who does. This book is written for: children (preschool, kindergarten, first grade through third grade), families with children on the autism spectrum, teachers, special needs and special education teachers, libraries, pediatrician offices, counselors, educators, and anyone who would like to spread autism awareness and acceptance.

31 review for The Butterfly’s Journey (What Is Autism? An Autism Awareness Children’s Book): Difficult Discussions, Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome, Special Needs Children, Autism Books For Kids, Autism Books

  1. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Gill-Meighan

    The Butterfly's Journey is an engaging and interactive story that explains Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in an easy-to-understand manner. I think the book should be in every classroom around the world. It teaches about autism in a kid-friendly context. There is so much love behind the message in this book. This story is not only provides detail and emotion reaching young children, but it educates the older readers as well. I recommend anyone that has or deals with autistic children read it to t The Butterfly's Journey is an engaging and interactive story that explains Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in an easy-to-understand manner. I think the book should be in every classroom around the world. It teaches about autism in a kid-friendly context. There is so much love behind the message in this book. This story is not only provides detail and emotion reaching young children, but it educates the older readers as well. I recommend anyone that has or deals with autistic children read it to them. I absolutely love it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shelli Johnson

    This is a well-written, beautifully illustrated book that takes a difficult-to-explain topic and makes it easy for children to understand. I bought this to give to my friend who has one child with autism and two without so they can understand why their brother is a little different than they are. I really appreciated the fact that the book’s message is one of hope, that children with autism can thrive and belong as part of the community.

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