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“Superheroes on the Spectrum” contributors visit Hudson Valley Books for Humanity in Ossining

Three authors discuss their experiences in the book about autism
Superheroes on the Spectrum contributors visit Hudson Valley Books for Humanity in Ossining

Join Hudson Valley Books for Humanity  67 Central Ave, Ossining,  this Wednesday, March 20, from 7:00 – 8:30 pm for a frank conversation about the collective experiences around autism when three contributors, Liz Gabor, Heidi Rome, and Richard Schreiber, discuss the book and their experiences. 

Liz Gabor, Heidi Rome, and Richard Schreiber – contributors to “Superheroes on the Spectrum”


Superheroes on the Spectrum is a groundbreaking book that transcends boundaries, unveiling a kaleidoscope of voices that span the spectrum of autism. The 33 contributors, hailing from the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Africa, invite you to learn about their diverse perspectives, experiences and insights as they share their personal stories.

At its core, this book champions a philosophy of awareness, acceptance, and celebration. It’s a testament to the resilience and strength of autistic individuals of all ages, from non-speaking children to adults, and the unwavering support of parents, family members and community. In a world where neurodiversity is often misunderstood, Superheroes on the Spectrum redefines the narrative.

This book is about honoring the richness of our collective experiences while fostering a deeper understanding of autism. Inside these pages, you’ll discover the power of embracing differences and celebrating the unique gifts that neurodiversity bestows upon us. It’s a beacon of hope in a world where judgment and criticism have no place.

This event is free, but it is strongly advised to register in advance for planning purposes. RSVP for this event by clicking on this link.  Bring your curiosity, your questions, and your open heart to this very special book event. Books will be available for purchase and signing. You can also buy the book online by clicking this link. By purchasing the book online, you also help local small businesses.


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About the Contributor
As a Peekskill native, Dave is thrilled to be working with the Peekskill Herald showcasing featured calendar events. A 1999 graduate of PHS, he remembers reading and enjoying the original weekly print edition of the Peekskill Herald every Thursday. He especially liked the political stories, local features and sports coverage when it was written by Peekskill Runner columnist Jack Burns who always managed to weave history into the running times. An avid hiker, he enjoys exploring the local trails as well as the concrete ones in his job as a conductor for Metro North Railroad. He’s a former teacher and co-founder of the Friends of the Peekskill Dog Park, where he frequently can be found with his Koda. He’s happy to be part of the Herald’s growth as the source of local news for Peekskill and looks forward to highlighting a few of many of the events and happenings in Peekskill and the surrounding communities. Reach Dave at [email protected]