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It’s Dark In The Ark by Renée Vajko Srch
It is very dark in the Ark and Noah can’t see. The windows are all closed and how will he be able to complete his tasks of feeding all of the animals? This adorable story about Noah’s Ark will soon be one of your child’s favorites with the wonderful story and the beautiful illustrations.
Genre: Early Readers, Noah’s Ark Books, Fiction (Christian Early Readers), Inspirational
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Hope For Joshua by Renee Vajko Srch
Nothing could prepare Abby and Martin Raynes for the brutal shock of hearing the word ‘autism’ in conjunction with their child. In one fell swoop, all their hopes and dreams were smashed into a thousand tiny fragments. What was once just a word in the dictionary becomes a living, breathing part of their lives.
As she desperately seeks help for her son, Abby battles her own fears and dwindling hopes for her child’s future. Then one day, while playing at the park, a black Labrador approaches Joshua and Abby. Joshua and the stray develop an instant connection. Despite her own aversion to dogs, Abby can’t bring herself to leave the emaciated dog behind. Reluctantly, she brings the dog home, hoping to reunite it with its owner or find her a good home. But it soon becomes apparent the dog’s bond with Joshua is anything but ordinary. Is it just wishful thinking, or has the dog succeeding in breaking through the walls of Joshua’s autism?
Hope for Joshua delves into the emotional and physical turmoil of raising a child on the autism spectrum. Although this book is a work of fiction, it is based on countless true stories of non-verbal individuals on the autism spectrum who found their voice through interactions with an animal. It raises awareness to the realities of autism and introduces readers to the benefits often derived from interaction with dogs, especially those trained as autism service dogs.
Genre: Self-Help (Family Life-Autism)
About The Author: Born to an American father and a British mother, Renée Vajko Srch grew up in France where she obtained her French Baccalaureate.
She attended IBME in Switzerland, graduating with a degree in Theology. She is a speaker with Stars for Autism, educating and training individuals and businesses about autism.
She currently lives in the Missouri Ozarks with her husband and three sons, one of whom has been diagnosed with Asperger’s. She is a connoisseur of fine chocolates, loves to read, and has a weakness for rescue cats. She is a staff-writer for Herald and Banner Press. Several of her articles have been published in the Missouri Autism Report magazine. Two of her stories have been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul books. She also authors a blog on autism, motherhood and God. She is currently working on her second novel, ghostwriting a memoir, and a devotional for autism and special-needs families.
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She blogs at www.MotherhoodAutismAndGod.blogspot.com
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