We are so grateful for the reviews and support of The Boy Who Learned Upside Down (Black Heron Press), the new children’s book based on the real-life story of a Portland child with learning disabilities who inspired The Shadow Project.
“A terrific true story about coping with learning challenges and accepting differences” – Midwest Children’s Bookwatch.
“An upbeat message on a subject rarely written about”. – Library Journal.
OregonLive article: “The Boy Who Learned Upside Down’ aims to inspire kids with learning disabilities (and their parents)” – January 4, 2014
Social Venture Partners Portland
Community partner Social Venture Partners Portland is supporting the launch of The Boy Who Learned Upside Down and promoting The Shadow Project on their website and other events. We are thankful for their support.
SVP members promote The Boy Who Learned Upside Down at their December Holiday Party.
The Standard Charitable Foundation
At the same time, The Standard Charitable Foundation is putting The Boy Who Learned Upside Down in the hands of low-income students in our program, by donating more than 400 copies of the book. We thank you for your support and for making a difference in the lives of kids with learning disabilities!