DeCamville Arts Stories
by Cristin DeCamville
The first of their kind, these stories are thoughtfully written especially for teens and adults with intellectual disabilities such as Down syndrome, autism or TBI. Younger readers can enjoy the stories, too! Great care is taken with every aspect of the reader's experience. Some are listed below as "easy-to-read" with 3-4 large print sentences per page. Some are "very easy-to-read" with just 1-2 sentences per page.
DeCamville Arts Stories have:
*Main characters with intellectual disabilities such as autism or Down syndrome
*Relatable characters and settings
*Simple stories that children and adults will enjoy
*Minimal, dignified illustrations
*Covers that mature teens and adults are proud to carry
*Dyslexia-friendly font and spacing
*Each page has just a few easy-to-read sentences
*No awkward page turns mid-sentence
*Each page holds a complete thought
*Plenty of good stopping places
*Minimal illustrations offer a dignified reading experience
*Discussion pages at the end with trivia, fun facts and thought-provoking questions. These offer clarity, whether for a classroom or someone reading individually.
*5 star reviews from happy parents
*Free shipping with Amazon Prime
A BLOOM WEDDING
Max has autism. Joy has Down syndrome. When a storm washes out the bridge to their wedding, Max and Joy's plans are ruined! Can their wedding day be saved?
When a fire breaks out at Bloom Dog Rescue, Molly worries the escaped dogs might not all be found!
With only two days left, will Eric get a date in time for the Valentine's Dance?
When Charlie loses his grandfather, an art therapist helps him feel better with a simple Paintbrush.
Does becoming an adult mean you have to drink coffee and drive the car?! You're invited to follow Ella through her 18th Birthday!