Paper in the Wind: Autism in the wake of tragedy


Paper in the Wind is a compassionate and riveting story depicting a single father’s dedication to his daughter. In the midst of the overwhelming struggles that accompanied autism, he continues to persevere. Her father’s love enabled her to overcome insurmountable obstacles, discovered the power of love and embraced the gift of life.



“This is a heart touching story of not only dealing with autism, but a lot of other heart wrenching aspects of life. I think the story was well written as the reader gets a glimpse into the life of a father who is trying to do the best he can under a lot of strain as ife hands him one challenge after another. The book will take readers on a journey they won’t soon forget.” by P.S. Winn

“I typically don’t find myself sitting in front of a computer, writing a review at nearly midnight, but I can’t get this book off of my mind. I honestly feel that Paper in the Wind is a book that every single person on this planet should be required to read. I believe that as a whole, we tend to be less empathetic towards situations that we simply don’t understand. So, when someone writes a book that allows us to see Autism as more than a taboo diagnosis, it gives us the opportunity to develop a better understanding……hopefully making us more compassionate.” by Common Book Sense

“Beautifully written and definitely an offer of hope for an almost normal future especially if you are the parent of an autistic child. Be prepared for tears and goose bumps as you walk this journey of love with a father and daughter who both successfully triumphed over immense tragedy.” by Amazon Customer



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