Hello! Today we have a very interesting book review to share with you. The author is Heather Zeissler, and she graduated from the University of Minnesota-Duluth with a Bachelor’s of Arts-Sociology degree, as well as a Bachelor’s of Accounting Degree. Heather is actually the author of multiple children’s books that feature Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Her most recent publication is “hi, My nAMe is MiLes,” which continues the story of Malcolm, from his siblings’ perspective. Knowing that she is an University of MN-Duluth graduate was all we had to hear to give this talented author a chance to explain her book to our blog audience. One guess why and you may be right. Yep, Manda also graduated from the University of MN-Duluth and there’s no way she wouldn’t want to support a fellow UMD Bulldog!
Although we have not had the chance to read this book yet, we will soon find the time to read it and her other books because this book and Heather’s whole series looks very informative and original. Truthfully, I don’t think that we have ever read a book before that features a child who has Apraxia of Speech (CAS) and what life is like for him and his family as he struggles to deal with the diagnosis on a daily basis! Please read further to find out more details about this wonderful book and thank you for stopping by the blog today!
Here is a link to the book over at Amazon. Currently the price for the paperback is $12.30 and it is also available for a Kindle download for $2.99!