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Children with autism need your help! I know how busy you are, but please read my story all the way to the end.
When my debut novel What the Heart Sees was finally published, I was so excited. And then something happened in our family that dampened my spirits. I received some heartbreaking news. I learned that my sweet little grandson, Daniel was diagnosed with autism.

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