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Summer To Go Giveaway

Summer To Go Giveaway!

a Rafflecopter giveaway We have BIG news! Our original Dorktales audio stories are now available through the multiple award-winning kids mobile audio book service, Tales2Go. And to celebrate, we're having a sizzling Summer To Go Giveaway! Every day this week, we'll be publishing articles on Tales2Go, Dorktales, and an interview with one of … [Read More...]

Changing the World’s View of Autism

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Autimism: We’ve Only Just Begun!

Scroll down for our giveaway for iPad Mini, Nexus 7 tablet, gift cards and goodies. By Jodi Murphy One month. In one year. The positive autism movement began! Autimism (rhymes with optimism) an initiative to put forth positive views of autism to shift the paradigm from awareness to … [Read More...]

Mighty League Kids

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Josiah, Aqua Wonder Boy!

Meet Josiah, Aqua Wonder Boy!  Josiah was diagnosed with PDD-NOS (autism) when he was 21 months old and when he discovered the water...well, there's just no stopping this little fish! More than aquatic, Josiah has a memory like an elephant (he never forgets a thing!) and he's one caring, cuddly little boy. Follow his aquaventures and more on … [Read More...]

Curious Interviews

The Donkey Sanctuary

Donkey Love

One day, while checking my twitter feed, I noticed an adorable picture of a donkey and decided to follow The Donkey Sanctuary, an organization that "makes the world a better place for donkeys and mules and improves the lives of those who rely on them or come into contact with them from all over the world." I started following them and every … [Read More...]

Penfriend Project

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Do You Believe in Magic?

I do.  In fact, I don't just believe in it… I live my life in a constant state of a kind of magical joy that most adults seem to leave behind in childhood.  I find reasons to be excited in everything from trips to the post office (I like to check out what new prints they have for packing options) to working on my Master's thesis (which allows me to … [Read More...]