Topeka publishing company develops kids’ series on disabilities. Finding My Way Books focuses on inclusivity

Posted May 18, 2017 06:10 pm 
By Katie Moore - Topeka Capital Journal
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Finding My Way Books Featured in Community Resource Council April Newsletter 

May 5,2017
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Here's our latest news! 

We're working hard to share our stories about children with special needs or disabilities. MyaGrace is all ready to share the news with you!

Martha Speaks Reading Buddies features Book from Finding My Way Books 

March 8, 2017

The KC PT Martha Speaks Reading Buddies program featured our book, Neema Wants To Learn. Students in the 4th grade are reading buddies with 1st-grade students.  This program has distributed 20,000 free books to 1st-grade students in the last five years.

Reading Is Fundamental
June 13- Reading Is Fundamental, a 50 year old national reading initiative, accepted Finding My Way books for inclusion in their upcoming Literacy Portal.  Our books and supplemental educational materials will be available for families and educators to download or purchase by September, 2017.

Finding My Way Books adds new distribution program

May 26- Mackin Educational Resources accepted Finding My Way Books into their distribution program. Mackin is an international company that provides books to K-12 schools and libraries around the world.

March was a busy month for Finding My Way Books 

April 10, 2017

Finding My Way Books has been selected as one of three finalists for the Minority & Women Business of Distinction 2017 Small Business Award presented by GoTopeka. The award recipient will be announced on May 9th.

Jo will be participating in a Children's Book Week event at the Silver Lake Public Library on May 3rd. She will be reading, 'Waylen Wants To Jam'.

Jo will be participating in a Children's Book Event at the Independence Public Library on May 4th.  This will be an after school event open to the community with craft activities and Jo reading, 'Waylen Wants To Jam'.


March 28th Jo skyped for an author visit with 3rd graders from West Virginia. We talked about how reading can be fun and transform you to another place. Jo read 'Neema Wants To Learn'. It was a very fun visit!