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Through "The Squirrel Who Wanted to Be Something Else," Ty invites readers to embark on an enchanting journey of self-discovery, inspiring them to embrace their own unique qualities. His relatable narrative and delightful characters resonate with children, fostering a sense of self-acceptance and empowerment.


Ty's mission is to support neurodiverse communities by donating a portion of the book's profits to charitable organizations. Engage with fellow book lovers, discover the joy of self-acceptance, and take home a cherished copy of this remarkable children's book.


30% of profits have been donated to the Stanford University Neurodiversity Project. The Stanford University Neurodiversity Project is an innovative initiative that focuses on embracing and celebrating the diverse range of neurological differences among individuals, including conditions such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and others.


Rather than viewing these differences as deficits, the project promotes the idea that neurodiversity is a valuable and integral aspect of human variation. Through research, education, and advocacy, Stanford's Neurodiversity Project aims to create a more inclusive society that recognizes and supports individuals with different neurological profiles, fostering understanding, acceptance, and opportunities for all.

The Squirrel Who Wanted To Be Something Else

SKU: 364215376135191
  • Glossy 11 x 8.5-inch, 21 pages,  paperback children's picture book with linen paper cover. 

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