Karen Bosch M’77 and her daughter, Morghan, recently wrote a book,
Being Charley: Embracing Differences, for children with autism. The title character is a Canada goose with autism who finds swimming, honking, and flying challenging and even tries to fly upside-down to avoid the bright sun. The theme, Karen
said, is that people can be different and still belong. Published by Covenant, the book is available through major retailers.