Declan Sarlson’s New Book ‘Now You See Me’ Looks Into the Wonderful World of a Special Kid With ASD

Fulton Books author Declan Sarlson, a senior at Ursuline College who is pursuing a degree in art, has completed his most recent book “Now You See Me”: a beautiful read about the life of David, a kid with autism spectrum disorder. Here, David talks about his daily adventures in school and at home, and his interactions with his family and friends.
Sarlson shares, “Now You See Me is an illustrated story about David, a 10-year-old boy with ASD. Now You See Me explores many of the common quirks shared by kids on the autism spectrum, repackaging them as superhero abilities. Kids unfamiliar with Aspies will gain insight into everyday challenges and will, hopefully, come away with a greater empathy and patience for those who are wired a little differently.”
Published by Fulton Books, Declan Sarlson’s book is an entertaining and deeply educational tool for young readers that will teach them about the challenges of people with ASD. With this illustrated book, one will understand with empathy and treat others better after learning how differently yet wonderfully these special individuals look at the world.
Readers who wish to experience this amazing work can purchase “Now You See Me” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books