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Book details
  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Children with Special Needs
  • Language:English
  • Pages:70
  • Format:Hard Cover

52 Blue Mondays

by Morgan Vice , Sarah McWhirt-Toler and Tammy Vice

Overview

Morgan, a young woman on the autism spectrum, has an unfiltered way of stating what's on her mind. It has often been said, she's just saying out loud what the rest of us are thinking to ourselves. This is a collection of her notable quotes, some candid photo-moments, and original artwork.

Description
Morgan, a young woman on the autism spectrum, was diagnosed at age three. In her early years, she had very little functional language. Most of her meaningful communication consisted of scripted lines picked up from favorite cartoons and movies. Over the years, she has developed an unfiltered way of stating what's on her mind. It has often been said, she's just saying out loud what the rest of us are thinking to ourselves. This is a collection of her notable quotes captured by her mom, along with some candid photo-moments and original artwork
About the author
Artist - Songwriter - Event Planner Morgan Vice is a young woman on the autism spectrum. She was diagnosed at age three. When she was young, she had very little functional language. Over the years, she has developed a unique unfiltered way of stating what’s on her mind. She also enjoys painting and writing songs with her mom about her favorite things. She is always looking forward to the next big thing, and enjoys adding upcoming events to her calendar.
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