Episode: My Brother Otto

Hello there, little ones!

Welcome back to Oma’s Reading Room –

a place for us to be together,

read together,

and hopefully share a giggle or two!

Did you know the month of April is World Autism month?

Every April Autism Speaks celebrates World Autism Month – beginning with United Nations sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. Throughout the month, they focus on sharing stories and providing opportunities to increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism, all in an important effort of fostering worldwide support.

Oma has several little friends who have Autism and she has found the PERFECT story about how love, acceptance, and a little understanding can go a long way, to read with all of you!

My Brother Otto

Written by Meg Raby

&

Illustrated by Elisa Pallmer

is a wonderful story about a very special crow who helps us see the world in a brighter shade of yellow.

I do hope you’ll join me in Oma’s Reading Room to read along!

Until next time …

Oma is sending you

her hugs and her blessings! 

I do hope you’ll catch them and 

hold them real tight.

Bye-Bye!

*Remember – if you would like your very own copy of this WONDERFUL book to add to your kindness collection, you can easily purchase one by clicking here.