April is National Autism Awareness Month!

April is National Autism Awareness Month!

In an effort to help spread awareness and support for individuals who have Autism, Danyelle Ferguson is running a pre-order special for her (dis)Abilities and the Gospel. For every ten books that are pre-ordered from her website or blog, she will donate one copy of (dis)Abilities and the Gospel to a church, disability organization, or library. On April 15th & 30th, she will pull names from those who pre-ordered during this promotion and they will get to choose organizations in their communities to receive the donations. Here is what Danyelle says about doing the promotion: “My goal in setting it up this way is that the guidance provided in (dis)Abilities and the Gospel will reach as many communities as possible.”

Cedar Fort Books will also be joining the Autism Awareness Giveaway Hop, April 11th-14th.We will not only be giving away a copy of (dis)Abilities and the Gospel but also Keeping Keller by Tracy Winegar. Make sure you check back then for a chance to win!


We are also excited to announce the winner of our Fool for Books Giveaway from this last week:

Lexie from The Book Bug!

Congratulations on winning a copy of Guardians of the Hidden Scepter by Frank L. Cole!


The final part of this post is an announcement of where some of our spectacular authors are going to be signing books this week. If you are in the area, make sure to say hi!

Monday, April 4th:
11 am Mike McPheters at St. George, UT CostcoGardening, flowers, spring, garden, Joy Bossi, vegetable garden
5 pm Frank L. Cole at SLC, UT Costco

Tuesday, April 5th:
11 am Joy Bossi at Orem, UT Costco

Friday, April 8th:
12 pm Chris Hall at SLC, UT Costco
12 pm Joy Bossi at Lehi, UT Costco

Saturday, April 9th:
12 pm Chris Hall at Lehi, UT Costco
1 pm Carla Kelly at Provo, UT DB
1 pm Richard Crum and Shannon Alder at Mesa, AZ Seagull

One thought on “April is National Autism Awareness Month!

  • July 18, 2011 at 7:16 pm

    I am a Cedar Fort author and a parent of a child with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. What a wonderful book!!!

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