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Sabita Finds her Voice book

Sabita Finds Her Voice is a heartwarming story about a real-life girl on the spectrum, written by her real-life mom, Dr. Stephanie Vavilala, a board-certified behavior analyst.

This eBook has limited review, but they are GREAT!

“A lovely little book with gorgeous illustrations. This is based on a real-life story of a non-verbal girl with autism who is gifted with a new way to communicate. As a mom with a daughter on the spectrum, I especially appreciate seeing more resources on autism. While no two children with autism are the same, it is helpful to have a book that shows the importance of finding your voice—even if it looks a little different than expected.”

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  1. Mama6

    Thank you fro this. I have two sons on the spectrum. My oldest and my youngest 🙂

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome!

  2. Sarah

    Disability representation in books is very important to me as a parent! Unfortunately I think I will have to pass on this book as the use of person first language, written by a presumably non-autistic parent who is an ABA provider are red flags I just cannot get past. For those looking for some great books of all types related to autism, please check out this link here.

    • EmilyMab

      What do you mean Sarah? Is it a bad choice of language?

      • RedChance

        Identity first language (autistic) is preferred by the majority of people who are themselves autistic, while person first language (with autism) is primarily used by those in the medical and education fields (and parents who have not yet connected with the autistic community). Autistic people are also overwhelming against the use of ABA. When it comes to marginalized people, “own voices” are really important to seek out.

        • Jen Shannon

          Hi there, this is Jen, the illustrator of the book. I’ve worked closely with Stephanie, the author for over 5 years now. I would encourage you to research the offer first before making these assumptions. Stephanie has a 9 year old daughter named Sabita who this book was written for. Sabita is non-verbal and this is a true story of how she was able to learn to communicate with the world around her. Stephanie is a HUGE autism advocate. She’s written many articles, owns Therapeutic Expressions and is about to open the doors to Awetism Wonderland, an autism therapy center located in St. Augustine, Florida. She was a licensed mental health counselor before finding her 2 year old was diagnosed with autism. To help her daughter, she went back to school to become a BCaBA and RPT-S. I would encourage you to reach out to Stephanie directly with your concerns. Her email address is

  3. acarol


    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  4. Tanya B

    I’m trying to view this book on my phone with the free Kindle app and it loads with the words all next to each other and is unreadable. Anyone else experiencing this?

    • acarol

      Yep, just checked mine. It’s unreadable. ☹️

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh darn! Maybe wait a bit and check back again. Hoping it loads up better real soon!

    • Haley

      I had the same problem.

      • Jen Shannon

        I’ve just been notified that this has been fixed. You should be able to get an updated version now. Thank you for calling this to our attention!

    • Jen Shannon

      I’ve just been notified that this has been fixed. You should be able to get an updated version now. Thank you for calling this to our attention!

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