Schuyler is my weird and wonderful monster-slayer. Together we have many adventures.
That is really cool! Congratulations!
That is so wonderful! For a split second, I thought about those old films with monsters and wondered if there was a connection, but then I realized those were Japanese. Silly me. In all seriousness, I can imagine one billion people reading that beautiful book and loving it. Congrats!
How awesome! She's going global. :)
extra super cool! congrats!
Cool...maybe you will get to take her to China?
恭喜恭喜!Finally the blogs I follow are becoming one. ;) Just kidding. But that is very exciting! Talk about disabilities of all kinds are sparse in China, so that will be great.
They actually bothered asking?That could be very good for you.
That's so exciting!
That's really awesome!
I volunteered last year in Xi'an China, teaching English with Global Volunteers. My roommate was a retired special needs teacher from the Midwest, and they placed her in a school for the disabled. I was able to visit her school on my last day & meet the kids she'd been talking about. I was an interesting day meeting kids of all abilities, but culturally it was so strange. There is very little information out there for parents and educators, they were hungry for knowledge and experience. I was very drawn to a teenage boy with autism. He was music obsessed and had perfect pitch. One of my favorite memories of that trip was holding his hand in the gymnasium as kids played and I sang Amazing Grace. He echoed every sound back to me almost instantly, so it was like singing with re-verb. I hope the teachers at that school find your book, they would understand.
Definitely ask your publisher to send you a copy. It's a very cool thing to see your work in other languages, and a very cool thing to have on your shelf.
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