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Christopher A. Chaplin Creative writer of poetry and prose. Specializing in Children literature.

Background Information

Christopher A. Chaplin is a single parent of a child dually diagnosed with autism and hemophilia. He also has two older daughters. Christopher began his professional writing career in the early 1990’s. He is a self-taught writer who possesses a refreshing enthusiasm to learn, and continues to experiment with new ways of expressing his unique stories. They are not only engaging children’s stories, but also tools for acquiring life skills. His mission is to motivate others to think positively about whatever challenges they might face in their lives. Christopher founded MasterpieceFactory Inc. as an outlet for his independent research work and especially to empower readers to develop their own ideas and solutions for parenting developmentally challenged children, or those who suffer from other diseases, disabilities, or disorders.

Birth Place
Toronto,  Canada

Tara Stephen (teacher) says,

"Christopher A. Chaplin has filled a niche for the parents, siblings, teachers, caregivers and classmates of special needs children. It was a joy to stumble onto picture books that clearly explain and creatively illustrate the perspective of parent and child. The world of autism, ADHD and other diagnoses can challenge and baffle those who come in contact with them each day. Chaplin's stories are written in such a way as to allow the reader to gently enter this unique world. They are a comfortable read-aloud with plenty of opportunity for discussion at the level of the listener.

Sharing from his own experiences, Chaplin’s books are an invaluable educational tool for families and teachers trying to understand the difficulties these precious little ones may encounter in a seemingly ordinary daily routine. Every school, daycare and doctors office should have copies as a gentle way to inform and educate adults, and to sensitively answer the questions of children."

Tara Stephen
-Literacy Co-ordinator & Elementary Teacher with Toronto District School Board
-President of Centennial Child Care Centre Board of Directors
- Mother of three

Dr. Bob says, (Counselling psychologist)

“This little volume contains poems and short essays by Chris on a variety of relevant topics, and an outline of the contribution his various other books can make to the education of a multiple-handicapped child. He is a shining example of how to turn adversity into an opportunity for personal growth, giving and love.”

Dr. Bob Rich - "The Australian Journal of Counselling Psychology"

Additional Information

Published works include: Stumbling Upon My Purpose (ISBN-13: 978-1897347034), Mr. I-Presume & Friends Activity Book (ISBN-13: 978-1897347041), We’re Going To Do It (ISBN-13: 978-1897347072), Bodola (ISBN-13: 978-1897347010) Act Alive and Say High Five (ISBN-13: 978-1897347003)

Contact Information
MasterpieceFactory Inc.
1117 Queen Street West box 202 
Toronto     Canada
Contact Author: Christopher A Chaplin

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