In I Didn’t Speak Up, seven-year-old Minh doesn’t tell his parents about his cold toes while playing in the snow. Finally, it hurts so much that he sits down and begins to pout. Will he ever tell them what’s wrong?
About the Author:
Richard Carlson Jr. is an author of children’s books and coming-of-age, tween romances. He is a highly sensitive person, or HSP, and has paranoid schizophrenia and obsessive-compulsive disorder. He especially likes to provide good examples for children to follow. His stories have strong, positive role models and feature parents who are involved in their children’s lives. You can learn more about him at www.rich.center.
About the Illustrator:
Kevin Carlson is a talented artist. He has autism, which is a serious brain disorder. Kevin loves art and works at a crafts store that employs mentally handicapped individuals.