Looking for a good book series? Then we highly recommend Fisher's Autism Trilogy: Through Fisher's Eyes, Dark Spectrum, A Problem With the Moon. Pace School of Education partnered with the author, Paul Nelson, in creating an audiobook version of this trilogy, which was inspired by his autistic son, Michael.

A valued partner, Paul speaks to SOE's NYC Teaching Fellows and pre-service teachers every year, about his first-hand experiences as both a father of a son with Autism and as a former music teacher, to help them better understand the population and discuss ways to build a connection with parents.  He also speaks about the story behind the books and how Michael is his daily inspiration.

Pace University Performing Arts students also played a role in developing this audiobook as voiceovers, which is a milestone for the school. School of Education Special Education professor, Dr. Jennifer Pankowski was instrumental in publishing the audiobook and worked closely with both Ally Kimmel in the Faculty Center and Matthew Humphreys in Performing Arts. The School of Education also plans to distribute copies of the audiobook trilogy to our NYC Department of Education partner schools, for students who do not read printed text.

Although geared for young adults 12 and up, Fisher's Autism Trilogy is a good read for all ages. Filled with enchantment, and suspense, this trilogy follows the journeys of autistic friends who use their amazing superpowers of the mind. Get your copy of the first book, Through Fisher's Eyes which was just released on Audible. Join the School of Education, Paul and Michael Nelson, as we support and promote autism awareness in our young minds, through the power of reading!


                                                                          Author Paul Nelson and his son Michael