Special Needs Children’s Book Helps Parents Talk To Kids About Kindness And Empathy

Helen Hipp, author of children’s book A Different Kind of Safari, recognized as one of the top ten autism books by Special Needs Book Review, and the Rosie and Friends adventure series, announced her second book in the series will be released on November 13, World Kindness Day.


A series written for ages four and up led by Rosie the pink Hippo, Rosie and Friends: One-Of-A-Kindness, is a value tale that helps children learn to appreciate themselves and others for their differences. Opening up conversation in a positive way, Hipp’s books offer hope and insight, that can help parents talk about difficult issues in their child’s world. The discovery book series provides children with the opportunity to identify, understand and feel supported by the characters handling similar fears, interests and concerns.

“Rosie and Friends helps children to understand their uniqueness is not a weakness,” states Hipp, “and that they should be encouraged to celebrate the positives of being different.”

About Rosie and Friends

The Rosie Adventure series are unique books, inspired by a once-in-a-lifetime trip led by the author’s father to Africa with her 14-year old son Ray, who has special needs. Helen Hipp has created a very effective way to teach children the value of seeing things as they appear compared to how they really are. She presents the issue of being different from other children in a way that children can relate to and understand – how to find happiness in spite of the challenges everyone faces.

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