New Xulon Book Provides Unique Approach To Viewing Autism & Other Disabilities In Children–Helps Readers Discover The Beautiful Treasures Contained Within Any Disability

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Michelle L. Coleman shares her personal experiences raising two children with autism to provide a fresh perspective and much needed support for the parents and caregivers of special needs children.

Treasures in Jars of Clay

We hope readers will walk away from this book with a renewed resolve to look more closely at the gift of disability ...

Michelle L. Coleman’s new book, Treasures in Jars of Clay, ($10.99, paperback, 9781498485814; $5.99, e-book, 9781498485821) was written to inspire parents of Autistic and disabled children to view their child in a new and unorthodox way. These writings aim to not only change the view of disabled children, but also to reinvent their role as parents and caregivers. It challenges the reader to look more closely at the gift of disability while simultaneously looking at the hidden treasures that are innate within the disability. The hope is that when one discovers the beautiful treasures contained within special needs children, each person will in turn discover their own treasures that reside within.

Michelle L. Coleman candidly shares her personal experiences of motherhood and autism to provide well-rounded support to other parents and caregivers of special needs children. She tells her journey beginning with the unlimited hope born with every newborn child until the shocking diagnosis … the ultimate question of “What now?” … the unfortunate effects on marriage … whether to discipline the special needs child … and much more. She thoroughly educates readers about autism and discloses the impact her faith has had in the raising of her children. This book is a wealth of friendly and usable advice from one devoted parent to another.

“We hope readers will walk away from this book with a renewed resolve to look more closely at the gift of disability and thus, more intrinsically within our own hearts,” states the author.

Michelle L. Coleman has been an evangelist and teacher for the last eleven years. The subject of disability and particularly Autism is a subject that is very close to her heart. She uses the gifts of writing, poetry, and oil painting to glorify the Heavenly Father, for all blessings are derived from him. Michelle resides in the state of Ohio with her husband Sylvester and their three children.

For more information about this author or to read her blog, please visit her website,

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Treasures in Jars of Clay through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through,, and

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