Kids’ Book Reads: A monthly community sharing

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April’s Autism Acceptance kids’ book read was a hit! Thank you for sharing your favorite kids’ books with us! From a sweet story of care between siblings to the summer joys of a neighborhood duo, our YouTube Kids’ Book Read Playlist is delightful and insightful.

Let’s keep this good thing growing together!

Each month, we’ll post favorite kids’ books read by members of our community (that’s YOU!). Picture or board books up to pre-teen chapter books. Themes might include acceptance, inclusion, learning from others, or learning to know ourselves. Have you read a story that makes you happy or hopeful? One that changed your thinking? Helps you grow your sense of community? Let’s hear it! 

This month’s book read video is Francisco the Angry Fugu by Emma Liam. Read by Simon. Enjoy!!

Submit a video of your favorite kids’ book. Record it and send it to us at [email protected] (a shareable link via Google Drive or Dropbox or other cloud storage often works best).

Author: Beth

Beth is a wife, mother, researcher and connector. She has two elementary-aged kids, one who is differently wired with autism. Beth has done graduate work and consulting related to youth development and community engagement. She loves advocating for authentic community engagement and contributions of kids and families impacted by autism. She lives in Hopkins, MN.

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