Monday, April 19, 2010

Revisiting an Oldie but a Goodie

So some of you may remember this post, which was a brief foray into my other passion, writing. I love to write fiction, and some tell me that I do it well, but the important thing is I love it, so I would probably do it forever for free.

I came across this article today, which some of you may enjoy reading, which revisits my point. It's very important for kids- especially "different" kids- to find mirrors of themselves in literature, but it's also *hard* for our different kids.

Just food for thought. I'm doing fine, kitty is big and handome and that's really all I have to say. Big hugs.


1 comment:

Corey said...

Hmm. This must have been before I knew you.

I don't think there are many RAD books for RAD kids. The ones there are are from a therapist's perspective, I think. I would love to write one from a kid's perspective, but I can't figure out how the little buggers think.

So, are you working on a CP book then? Cuz I will buy it.