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Autism Awareness Month : My Brother Charlie Giveaway for the Black Mommy Community

Did you know that April is Autism Awareness Month? Last year I wrote a post about Autismin the Black Mommy Community. In that post I encouraged African American moms, especially moms of boys, to seek early diagnosis and to educate themselves. I also share the stories of famous black moms like Toni Braxton and Holly Robinson Peete who are raising a child with Autism. This month Holly Robinson Peete is once again spreading awareness for the Autism community with her new book My Brother Charlie

This is a great book that helps explain the spectrum of kids with autism in an easy to understand way for kids, who wonder why their siblings act different and for parents looking for a way to explain to family and friends. This is a great book for any family to have so I'm having a giveaway. WIN The Mommy Factor giveaway!
(1) Winner will receive a book autographed by Holly Robinson Peete
(2) Winners will received 1 book each.

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