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Super Brady: Always on the Move!

Super Brady: Always on the Move! is the third in our series of books written and illustrated by children for other kids about having a friend with a disability. With the increasing prevalence of autism, most everyone knows or loves someone “on the spectrum.” Perhaps you might want others to appreciate what that means, or learn more yourself? In keeping with our belief in children and their unique ability to best present information for other kids their age and developmental level, we were eager to give Brady and his friends the opportunity to explain.

In celebration of Autism Awareness month, their book was mailed to every public elementary school in Pennsylvania in April 2018. Thanks to a Spark Grant from the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation, Super Brady: Always of the Move! was also delivered to every third, fourth, and fifth grade class across Lehigh and Northampton Counties. In 2023, a generous sponsorship allowed donation of Super Brady: Always on the Move! to third graders at Marvine Elementary in the Bethlehem School district. Super Brady: Always on the Move! was donated to 13 Children’s Hospitals in Pennsylvania.

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Mikayla’s Voice is proud to have published four books written and illustrated by children for other kids about having a friend with a disability. Kids are sometime the best teachers because they know what will be most meaningful to other children. Simply explained by these young authors, “All kids are different… so kids with disabilities are really no different than us.”

Brady is challenged by autism, Mikayla was born with a brain injury, Jeffrey has Down syndrome, and Dot has a yellow spot, but these books are about much more than their main characters or their disabilities. They are about friendship. And kindness. Invaluable messages for kids of all ages and abilities.

Invaluable books for every home and classroom. All proceeds benefit Mikayla’s Voice.

Inspiring kids of all abilities to share the message of inclusion...