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Pamela McGee Tells an Ingenious Allegorical Story of Awakening Awareness About Autism

“The Boy Who Holds the Key” tells a fascinating and empathic tale that will raise awareness and sensitivity to the topic of autism.

Ellijay, GA, USA – WEBWIRE

“The Boy Who Holds the Key” is an enjoyable and insightful story about raising awareness and compassion about autism.

Pamela McGee Tells a seemingly ordinary story that hopes to achieve the extraordinary outcome of raising further insight and stir up compassion for autism in her book “The Boy Who Holds the Key.” The story has a lot of heart in it and tells a captivating story that both young and mature readers can relate to and gain insight from. Although the book is categorically labeled as a children’s book, it can actually be a book for all ages.
“The Boy Who Holds the Key” draws its inspiration from Pamela McGee’s eldest son who was diagnosed with autism. She craftily relays the story about autism from a storyteller’s point of view and aims to let the young readers have a semblance of awareness about autism and let their young minds gain insight on what it is to be living with this condition. McGee is a masterful storyteller, telling the story in a relatable way, so as not to baffle the young readers. Working with Mcgee is illustrator Dawn Ellen Miller, a gifted artist responsible for bringing to life what the author wishes to convey to the readers. Their works are in harmony with each other, the text and the illustrations complimenting each other to bring out a powerful and effective message to the readers to be more insightful and compassionate about the condition of autism. The vibrance of the colors in the illustrations will let the young readers read more and see how the other illustrations are skillfully described by the author. Also, the text of the book is simple and fun, making the illustrations an added treat for the eyes and minds of the young readers.
“The Boy Who Holds the Key” is a recommended read for both young and adult readers. Parents, teachers or any adult can read the book alone or read the book along with their children, students or young readers. The book is like a materialization of Pamela Mcgee’s hope for bringing awareness and advocacy for spreading compassion and sensitivity to autism. “The Boy Who Holds the Key” is worth having in the 2018 New York Rights Fair, this coming May 30 to June 1.
The Boy Who Holds the Key
Written by: Pamela M. McGee
Published by: America Star Books
Date published: October 25, 2016
Paperback price: $287.19
About the Author
Author: Pamela M. McGee challenges her readers to embrace the extraordinary life in ordinary form. The lessons that come out of joy or sorrow, if embraced, can become a key that sets others free. Her previous books include, “When You Dare to Love,” “Pamela Marie McGee, an Ovation” and “Keri: The Series…About the Sun.”

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 The Boy Who Holds the Key
 Pamela M. McGee
 Allegorical Story
 topic of autism

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