‘The healing power of patience, creativity, family, and community’

Enjoy this beautiful conversation with illustrator/author Tom Lichtenheld, coauthor of E-mergency!, about what he learned from his coauthor, Ezra.



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  1. Posted November 2, 2011 at 3:29 pm | Permalink

    Thank you so much for posting my review on your site. When Tom first told me about the collaboration with Ezra, I was taken and couldn’t wait to read and review the book. I review a lot of books for children with special needs. The most requested are books on the autism spectrum. I am looking forward to reading your book. I usually devote the entire month of April to reviewing books on autism, including parent books. I hope we have the opportunity to talk in the future. I was very intrigued with Tom L.’s reaction to your book. So were some of my readers.

    I hope Ezra is enjoying the sucess. He’s a remarkable young man! And, I was so happy to share his story!

    Don’t know if Tom L. mentioned to you, but the CBS program “The Talk” devoted every Friday in April last year to autism. Holly Robinson Peete is one of the hosts, and started the HollyRod Foundation. On the program I learned about Carly Fleischman, who is atistic and non-verbal and did a short story on her. No one knew Carly was aware, until one day she typed on a computer. Now she has a website, she has a book coming out and is trying to make iPads available to kids with autism. You would understand this with Ezra’s talent.

    I hope you enjoyed the review and interview.


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