A Review of Mockingbird

Review By Elaina Daniels

Sadly, school shootings have become a part of our world.  Time and time again we turn on the television or radio to hear acts of violence being performed on our children in the place where we hope that they would feel the safest.  Children who feel disconnected, More »

Exposing True Beauty

By Renee Bogacz

Girls start at an early age being critical of themselves.  It seems natural for them.  They grow up seeing it happen all around them.  Think about how many times we women have done this to ourselves (and probably still do).  Every time we worry about a bad hair More »

Posted in Girls on December 15th, 2011 | Permalink | Comments »
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An Interview with Jennifer Elder

Interview by Elaina Daniels

Author Jennifer Elder is becoming a very familiar face to the world of autism. She has written two books, entitled Autistic Planet, and Different Like Me: My Book of Autism Heroes. Jennifer has used her real life experiences in dealing with an autistic child of her own More »

Posted in Author Interviews on December 14th, 2011 | Permalink | Comments »
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Inspiration and heroes for those with autism

By Elaina Daniels

When growing up, most of us have people that we look to outside of our home to look at as idols or heroes. For a child with autism, this can be very hard to do. Too often, our society only looks at the impediments of autism. The focus More »