Here is the very last book in the series. This book demonstrates how a friendship of an autistic child and a trusted adult can develop quickly. We demonstrate this through a fantastic experience Sam had at a book fair as he met author / Illustrator Jean-Pierre Veillet. The latter has become a great friend of the family.
Mr Veillet is the owner of the publishing house les éditions Mine d’Art and he has agreed to publish the French version. This opens up our possibility of being able to participate in several book fairs.
In this book, we present one form of therapy that is available and very beneficial for people on the autism spectrum. Sam goes with his mom to the spa and she goes for a float therapy session. Sam discovers all of the beneficial aspect of the therapy. This book was inspired by our first visit to such a spa in our town.
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Preview of the book:
In this book, Sam is dealing with his insecurities by wearing is favorite costume. No matter what happened during his day, good or bad, Sam wears his lion costume at 4:45 pm everyday until he goes to bed.