Let’s Talk! A story of Autism and Friendship by Lisa Jacovsky: Spotlight Book Tour

Book Details:

Book Title:  Lets Talk! A story of Autism and Friendship by Lisa Jacovsky
Category:  Children’s Fiction (Ages 3-7), 32 pages
Genre:  Children’s Picture Book
Publisher:  Lisa Jacovsky
Release date:   July 2020
Formats Available: hardback, ebook
Tour dates: Mar 29 to Apr 16, 2021
Content Rating:  G.

Book Description:

Harper, a seven-year-old little girl that is typically developing, meets a new friend, Emma, one day at the pool that is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. They both love to swim at the pool and want to play together however, Emma has little communication skills. Emma can make sounds and not words and flaps her hands when she is excited. When Harper realizes she cannot communicate with her new friend she becomes determined to find a way to. She begins to learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder and the different ways that Emma can communicate. Once she does the two become inseparable. Harper introduces Emma to all her friends and teaches them how to communicate with Emma. Harper and Emma become the center of their circle of friends and have more many more adventures together.


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Meet the Author:

Author Lisa Jacovsky

Lisa Jacovsky currently is a doctoral level student at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is excited the possibilities having her Doctorate degree will bring her. She has been in the field of ABA since 2014. She began working with children with Autism in 2018 and is currently working in Early Intervention. It is her experience with children that inspired her to finally fulfill her dream of writing a book. Lisa began writing short stories when she was seven years old. Writing is her passion and one of many things she enjoys. She is excited for the future of her series Lets Talk!.

connect with the authors:  website ~ twitter ~ facebook ~ instagram ~ goodreads

Tour Schedule:

Mar 29 – Working Mommy Journal – book spotlight / giveaway
Mar 29 – Cover Lover Book Review – book spotlight / giveaway
Mar 29 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Mar 30 – Stephanie Jane – book spotlight / giveaway
Mar 31 –Westveil Publishing – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Apr 1 – She Just Loves Books – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Apr 1 –Gina Rae Mitchell – books spotlight / giveaway
Apr 2 – Splashes of Joy – book spotlight / guest post /giveaway
Apr 5 –I Read Kid’s Books – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Apr 5- A Mama’s Corner of the World – book spotlight / giveaway

Apr 6 –The Adventures of a Travelers Wife – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Apr 7 – What Polly Reads – book spotlight / giveaway
Apr 7 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Apr 8 – Sefina Hawke’s Books – book spotlight
Apr 8- The Bespectacled Mother – book spotlight

Apr 9 – Nighttime Reading Center – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Apr 12 – Lisa’s Reading – book spotlight / giveaway
Apr 13 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Apr 14 – I’m All About Books – book spotlight /giveaway
Apr 14 – Pick A Good Book – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Apr 15 – Books for Books – book spotlight
Apr 16 – Struck by Stories – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway

5 comments

  1. What a lovely book! These kinds of books should be introduced to kids at an early age to help them understand the differences at the same time to accept others along with their differences. But of course, younger kids are better at accepting without judgment. Maybe we need books like for adults and young adults!
    Thank you for sharing, Anamika.

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  2. Congrats to the author and such an important book to work on. The tale of Harper and Emma, am sure will win the hearts of many and how both of them woo the world. We definitely need a change in our attitudes.

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  3. Years ago, when I taught kindergarten, we had a special child in almost every class. Not knowing about their special needs, we found it difficult to communicate with them, as did the other kids. It was all trial and error, which I am sure must have made the child a whole lot more uncomfortable.
    Such books are so needed in today’s world where inclusive education has become the norm. It will help us know about the needs of special kids and help us make their school life a happy experience! Kudos to the author for writing this book!

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  4. Sounds like a lovely book. I think such books should be introduced in the school course books (for small kids). Most children don’t understand how to communicate when the other child is unable to communicate properly. Harper is so thoughtful.

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