Midvale author’s new Christian storybook embraces uniqueness in children with disabilities
MIDVALE, Idaho — Author Denise Wolfe teaches children that every one of them is special in “Mountain Top Snowflake: God’s Priceless Treasure,” a delightful, new storybook that will be up for grabs nationwide this week.
James hates school. He struggles to fit in, but he doesn’t learn like everyone else. Angry and discouraged, he comes home in tears. Then he learns about mountaintop snowflakes. Can it change his life?
In “Mountain Top Snowflake,” James learns to embrace his differences and comes to understand that his uniqueness is what makes him special. This lesson-filled Christian read is a story of a child with learning disabilities, who, with the help of his mom, discovers that he is not a mistake but God’s priceless treasure.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Wolfe lives with her husband and their three children on a cattle ranch in Idaho, where they raise Angus cattle. “Mountain Top Snowflake is her first book.” The author was inspired to write this story after her son came home one day and asked why he had to be so dumb, a question she had asked her own mom when she was a little girl. Wolfe does not believe in learning disabilities, just learning differences. She says, “If you can’t do it one way, let’s find a way that works for you.” The author believes that God does not make mistakes — that each and every person is created uniquely special and that God has a plan for their lives.