In this discussion, Muzna Kazim talks about the inspiration for the series and offers great advice on traveling with neurotypical and neurodiverse children.
San Diego-based author Muzna Kazim created the character Moby, a jovial eight-year-old boy with autism who has travel anxiety.
Carole P. Roman’s Grady Whill and the Templeton Codex is exciting and thought-provoking. It makes for fantastic back-to-school reading.
HOW TO BUILD A HUG, by Amy Guglielmo and Jacqueline Tourville, is a touching tribute to Temple Grandin and those who struggle with certain aspects of autism.
By depicting and celebrating a character on the autism spectrum and validating his way of seeing the world, Peter and Pepe the Puffin and the Mystery of the Dollar Bill offers a positive and empowering role model for all children, as well as an illuminating history lesson about money.
You can take the REED Foundatio for Autism’s ‘One Big Canvas’ reading experience even further with the following activities.
The One Big Canvas book series (The Reed Foundation for Autism) seeks to celebrate differences and showcase how each individual can contribute to the world.
Join us on this virtual book tour for the REED Foundation for Autism’s ‘One Big Canvas’ book series that seeks to celebrate differences.
This picture book teaches behavioral regulation for children and families in need of coping strategies in an inviting and enjoyable manner.
We’re Amazing 1,2,3!: A Story About Friendship and Autism is a gentle book broaching the autism spectrum for small children. Julia’s autism is handled with care.