Writing about Autism in our family

Welcome to Strawberry ASD.

Welcome to Strawberry ASD. Since our daughter was diagnosed with Autism when she was 3 years old I have written 2 children's picture books to help raise awareness.

When our daughter started mainstream school, the children in her class asked the teacher questions about her, like: Why does she run around all the time? Why doesn't she talk? What is Autism?

I wanted to create a nice, pretty looking and simple to read children's picture book explaining her differences and beautiful quirks. I wanted the book to be illustrated simply yet beautifully.

I hope Through the Eyes of Me and Through the Eyes of Us will help siblings, school classmates and anyone who knows of someone on the autism spectrum.

NEW: See What I Can Do!

My new gently-told but immensely informative new diverse and inclusive children's picture book.

Through the eyes of us

My new long awaited follow up children's book about Kya and her friend Martha who both have Autism.

Through the eyes of me

Through the Eyes of Me is a beautiful, colourful, illustrated book for children that allows a glimpse into the world of a child with autism.

Hannah Rounding

Walking Pen Yr Fan 10 times in 24 hours?

The following day, our bodies ached, our toenails fell off, and we rested, knowing that we did the most incredible thing to help our autism families!!!


Helping Spectropolis

I'm helping Spectropolis raise money so they can continue helping families by donating valuable books about Autism and raising #AutismAwareness.

Hay Book Festival 2018

I was joined again by Inclusive Minds’ Alexandra Strick to discuss and read from Through the eyes of me, which is a children's picture book about my Autistic daughter.

London Imagine Literature Festival 2018

I was joined by Inclusive Minds’ Alexandra Strick to discuss and read from Through the eyes of me. The children were amazing and asked lots of questions about Autism.