Sara Bradford is a children’s book author, known by her pen name SJ Childs. Her storybooks help children learn about and understand the experiences of individuals with dyslexia, down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, physical differences, and more. Today, Sara reads a passage from two of her books, Ana The Kitten, and DJ the Bear. Together, we learn the importance of including storybooks with characters that have special extraordinary needs and educating children about physical and neurological differences. This heartwarming conversation will inspire you to buy her storybooks and learn more about physical differences, extraordinary needs, and neurodiversity.
At SJ Childs Books for Children, we bring support to families and children on the spectrum of life. Teaching kindness and inclusion through our children’s book series Healthy Minds Create Healthy Futures. Helping children understand and support their peers with special needs with books like Doug the Dyslexic Duck, DJ the Bear, or Jack the Dog. Follow us for these and more exciting projects in the future!
Sara Bradford is a self-published children’s book author, aka SJ Childs. Taking ideas from her own personal experiences, she writes about subjects such as autism, dyslexia, physical differences, anxiety and more. Helping typical and atypical children understand themselves, as well as support their peers with special needs. Encouraging love and inclusion in every situation.
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I enjoyed listening to Sara and am grateful that children’s literature includes relevant and touching portrayals of children with extraordinary needs. Thanks Xenolearn for sharing SJ Childs’ work.
I’m so honored to be a part of the Xenolearn Podcast. Sharing my story is so important and necessary for us to raise children with the understanding of neurodiversity and inclusion for all. Thank you so much!!