Carson narrates the story
With a simple moral in the end.
We need to accept other's differences
So we don't miss out on a friend.
The author's personal profits will go to charities that support individuals with Dyspraxia. Follow on Facebook for charitable updates as well as other facts and information.
I am so excited to announce the release of my second publication My Buddy Bryant A Story of Friendship & Dyspraxia. Did you know that 1 out of 10 individuals have Dyspraxia? There isn’t much awareness about this lifelong neurologic disorder and I am trying to change that. According to the Dyspraxia Foundation. “Dyspraxia, a form of Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), is a common disorder affecting fine and/or gross motor coordination in children and adults. It may also affect speech.”. http://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/about-dyspraxia/
Why do I care? Well, my son Bryant has Dyspraxia and it is time we shine a spotlight on this disorder to bring awareness and acceptance.
My personal profits of the book will go to the Dyspraxia Foundation USA a nonprofit organization. In fact, I am teaming up with Warren Fried, the Founder and Director of the Dyspraxia Foundation USA, to help raise much needed funds. In addition to giving my personal profits to this great foundation, I will also be giving a book to individuals/families who donate $100 or more to Dyspraxia Foundation USA. Donations can be given directly to dyspraxiausa.org by clicking DONATE.
I would appreciate any and all help in bringing this much needed story to the masses. My official press release comes about a month before Dyspraxia Awareness Week on October 6th-12th.
Thank you for your time and much needed help!
Check out this great video of Carson and Bryant seeing a children's book made about them for the first time!