Book Description:

Wonderfully Made- Wonderfully ME! is a rhyming, seek-and-find, picture book of a little boy, Ashton, born with Down syndrome who inspires and encourages others by being confident in himself and who created him.


Children and parents will have fun working together to find the hidden, yellow and blue, Down syndrome awareness butterflies on each page. Children are given the opportunity to become part of the story and who is being celebrated by personalizing pages with their picture, name, and how God made them unique. The parent's section explains 10 key ways that seek & find books can aid in cognitive and psychological development such as memory, focus, attention to detail (which is important for problem solving), listening and vocabulary skills. This section also offers speech and language therapy techniques to utilize while enjoying the book with your child.


As Ashton celebrates who he is and what sets him apart, he shows his love for God, the person God made him, and who God made others. He will encourage and inspire children of all abilities and uniqueness, as they feel an instant connection and love for him too. Children will discover that being unique is a positive gift because we all are "wonderfully made." The series is one of a kind and gives parents the opportunity to present and instill this in their children in a loving and celebratory way based on the scriptures Psalm 139:13-14 "I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made."


If you have a loved one in your life with Down syndrome it is sure to touch your heart and inspire you to share it with them. The series is a great gift for new parents and their children, and for sharing awareness on Down syndrome awareness holidays such as Down syndrome awareness month (October), World Down Syndrome Day (3-21), at yearly Buddy Walks, and with schools, churches, therapists and doctors. This also makes a great welcome and/or congratulation gift for new parent baskets made possible by local and national Down syndrome associations and societies.

(A picture answer key to the hidden butterflies can be found in My Little Sunshine Face Volume 5: Wonderfully Made Wonderfully ME! Activity & Coloring Storybook.)


40 pages





Wonderfully Made Wonderfully ME! Seek & Find Storybook

  • Dear Parents,

    Did you know that seek and find picture books are not only just fun, but they can aid in cognitive and psychological development in many different ways? Here are 10 ways your child can benefit from seek and find books:


     1.)  Encourages Reading

     2.)  Introduces Basic Skills 

     3.)  Develops Keen Attention To Detail 

     4.)  Improves Language, Vocabulary, & Pre-reading Skills

     5.)  Promotes Focus

     6.)  Aids In Artistic Capabilities & Creativity

     7.)  Builds Confidence  

     8.)  Promotes Social Development & Social Skills

     9.)  Provides A Cognitive Workout

    10.) Releases Dopamine


    Did you know that our children are visual learners and they learn best by demonstration and repetition, repetition, repetition? I have learned so many useful methods and techniques through my son’s four years of speech therapy. I created this book with many of the speech therapy techniques in mind. Not only will this book elaborate on these 10 key areas of development, it will also give you practicle and fun speech and language therapy ideas to utilize with your child as you enjoy the book togehter. The  book will be sure to act as a fun therapy aid in these areas, but it will also provide a special bonding experience between you and your child. 











  • Author does not guarantee nor can author be held liable for failure or success of therapy techniques or the cognitive, psychological, motor, and speech benefits claimed in this book or series. Each person is different and the outcomes will be specific to each individual and their own capabilities. Author’s basis for including these aspects in the book are based on research, her son’s personal experience with the techniques and therapies, and the knowledge and instructions that the author has obtained from speech, occupational, physical, and sensory therapists over the years of her son’s therapy sessions.