SASKATOON, Saskatchewan (PRWEB) March 16, 2015
Poet Diane Sytrachuck-Kent shares a love for language and poetry with her son who has autism. In “Din Din Book of No-nonsense Poetry #1” (published by Xlibris), she lovingly gathered her poems and, noting how her son learns concepts through picture association, she complements her compositions with meaningful illustrations to enrich her son’s — and other developmentally challenged children’s — reading experience and help them understand the beauty of rhymes and poetry.
“Din Din Book of No-nonsense Poetry #1” works to uplift the reader’s heart, mind and soul with compositions meant to both amuse and inspire. The book’s easy-to-read poems together with its delightfully drawn illustrations make it easy to understand for young readers, especially those who are developmentally challenged. This book can serve as a tool to help improve the social skills of developmentally challenged children. It various poems help them reflect on the diversity of life, and provide valuable lessons and insights into how people could live together in harmony.
“We need more positive reinforcement in our world and need to help each other if we are going to continue to co-exist happily and healthily,” explains Sytarchuk-Kent.
In writing this book, Sytarchuk-Kent has crafted a wonderful collection of heartfelt and entertaining poems that promises to inspire readers with its elegant simplicity. Herself a parent of a child with autism, it is her hope that this book would be of great help to other developmentally challenged children.
“Din Din Book of No-nonsense Poetry #1”
By Diane Sytarchuk-Kent
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 684 pages | ISBN 9781499025040
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 684 pages | ISBN 9781499025057
E-Book | 684 pages | ISBN 9781499025033
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Diane Sytarchuk-Kent is a happily married wife in her second marriage. She draws inspiration from her current husband for her romantic poems. She has three children and dedicates this book to her youngest autistic son, Eric. She currently lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
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