Sandi's Publications for Sale
The books I have written & published are:
- "Charlie's Adventure"
Hardback NEW PRICING $25.00 USD/CAD (Reduced from $31.99)
- "I Have Down syndrome, What Does That Mean?
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|Down syndrome Awareness Magnet|
The first Canadian designed Down syndrome Ribbon Magnet. Personally designed by Sandi Graham-McWade. Available now to order via PayPal "Buy Now" button below or through my dedicated Sales & Resource Website www.welcometoourhouse-ds.com/shopping.html. Shipping is immediate upon processing of order.
- Pricing: $8.00 CAD Each magnet
- Pie shaped centre can pop out for 2nd magnet
- Magnet dimension is: 8" x 4" (inches)
SPECIAL NOTE: This magnet will be available to purchase from the DDSA booth during Down syndrome Association of Ontario Conferences.
- "Buddy the Little Bucket" (Children's book) - Completed & currently being submitted to publisher. Target published date is End of September 2012.
- "Welcome to Our House" (Adult book) - Currently being written. Estimated completion Year-end 2012. This book is all about our Journey with Hunter and Down syndrome. It is a heart felt, realistic account of our day to day dealings, chronicling our first year and our what it has been like for us.
- "Welcome to Our House - An Analogy" (Short story/Article)
- Published locally (Jan 2010 )
- Published in the Down Syndrome Association of Ontario and Down Syndrome Association of Toronto websites (also coming out in their next Newsletter).
- Published in the Canadian Down Syndrome Society website under Exclusive Content 20May2010.
- Exceptional Parent Magazine has published my Analogy story on their web site and they launched it on World Down syndrome Awareness day (21 March 2010) Appropriately dated for Trisomy 21 ( Three of the twenty first chromosome).
- Exceptional Family Magazine has published my Analogy and website in their Spring 2011 edition, Vol. 6 No. 3 Full spread on pages 30 & 31.
In researching Down syndrome, I noticed that there were very few books out there that target a young reader who has Down syndrome. There are many books out there for children dealing with other health issues such as Cancer or the like, but I couldn't find anything that I could read to my son that would explain his syndrome to him.