In a heartwarming tale of adventure and learning, Sevyn-Milan
, a 16-month-old child, has captured the hearts of readers with her debut children’s book, “Milan’s Day At The Park.” This delightful story, written by her mother, Jasmine Santiago, aims to entertain and educate young readers while shedding light on Turner’s Syndrome, a condition close to their hearts. The book is now available in both ebook and print formats on Barnes & Noble and Mag Cloud platforms.
“Milan’s Day At The Park” is the first installment in a series designed to help children learn their ABCs. The story takes young readers on an enchanting journey alongside Milan and her trusty pink elephant as they explore the wonders of a day at the park. Through vibrant illustrations and engaging storytelling, children are introduced to the alphabet in a playful and interactive way.
What sets this book apart is its mission to assist and support children with Turner’s Syndrome, a genetic disorder affecting girls, typically characterized by short stature and other developmental challenges. By incorporating elements of Turner’s Syndrome into the story, the book aims to raise awareness and foster empathy among young readers.
Turner’s Syndrome, also known as Turner syndrome, affects approximately 1 in every 2,500 female births. Many girls with Turner’s face unique obstacles in their physical and emotional development. By featuring a relatable character like Milan, the book aims to create a sense of inclusion and understanding, promoting kindness and acceptance among children.
Jasmine Santiago, the talented author behind “Milan’s Day At The Park,” drew inspiration from her own experiences as a mother and her desire to create a world where children can learn and grow while embracing diversity. With her daughter as the muse, Santiago has skillfully crafted a story that captivates young minds and encourages a love for reading.
“I wanted to create a book that not only engages children but also promotes inclusivity and empathy,” says Santiago. “By introducing Turner’s Syndrome and incorporating characters with diverse backgrounds, I hope to spark conversations about differences and acceptance from an early age.”
“Milan’s Day At The Park” has received early praise from parents and educators for its engaging narrative and educational value. The book’s availability in both ebook and print formats ensures access to a wide audience, allowing children from various backgrounds to embark on Milan’s exciting adventure.
The ebook version of “Milan’s Day At The Park” can be found on Barnes & Noble, while the print edition is available on Mag Cloud. Santiago’s passion for raising awareness about Turner’s Syndrome and promoting literacy among children shines through in every page of this remarkable debut.
As Sevyn-Milan, with the support of her dedicated mother, continues to inspire young readers and make a difference in the lives of children with Turner’s Syndrome, the release of “Milan’s Day At The Park” marks the beginning of a promising literary journey.