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Buffalo based occupational therapist and author Stephen Nawotniak has launched a crowdfunding campaign at Indiegogo in support of his award winning children’s book series which is aimed to raise funds for Museum of Disability History.

Clarence, NY – November 15, 2016 – Buffalo-based leading occupational therapist and a kind-hearted author Stephen Nawotniak has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign at Indiegogo seeking support for his award winning children’s book series with a cause “Mubu the Morph”. Awarded by the prestigious “Mom’s Choice Award”, the book series is aimed to raise money for Museum of Disability History.

Scheduled to run from 11/11/2016 to 12/11/2016, the crowdfunding campaign is geared to raise $2,000.

“We have come up with a self-sustaining fundraiser for the Museum of Disability History with our award-winning children’s book series. ‘Mubu the Morph’ is a book about understanding & acceptance and inspires to celebrate the differences. Kids will love to go on a rhyming adventure with the cute Mubu as he explores the gravitas of self-identity, sharing his gifts & gratitude and the essence of friendship in this book series. With playful tone, bright colors and vibrant illustrations by leading illustrator Jeffrey Scott Perdziak, the book is sure to boost up the imagination and fun quotient for both little ones & adults alike. Through this book series, we are looking forward to raise funding for Museum of Disability History which is themed on this noble mission to advance acceptance, understanding & independence of people with disabilities. But such efforts would need your collaboration and support to materialize and hence this crowdfunding campaign. Your generous assistance would be much appreciated,” stated the award-winning author while declaring about the crowdfunding campaign at Indiegogo.

The book is published by People Ink Press in association with the Museum of Disability History.

Speaking further on his inspiration behind the children’s book series and his strong connection with the Museum of Disability History, he revealed about his own journey with a bipolar condition. He stressed on infusing the book with every kind of moral lesson for children regarding understanding, acceptance & independence, whilst simultaneously supporting the Museum of Disability History. The Museum’s collections, exhibits, educational programs & archives are all designed to spread awareness and creating a portal for dialogue & discovery of people with disabilities. It’s the only museum in the USA and most probably in the world, which is dedicated to such cause.

At present, 100 percent of proceeds for each book sold through the campaign will be dedicated to supporting the Museum, 33% would directly go for the Museum & 64% for the further promotions, site development and advertising campaigns to make the project self-sustainable.

“As a Mom’s Choice award winner author, I have been able to make a mark in children’s literature scene as somebody who can connect with the little ones & power them up with positive messages.”

A cool host of perks are waiting for the backers. These include, autographed (signed both by the author & illustrator) copy of the original award-winning Mubu the Morph, signed copy of Blue Mubu, autographed copy of Mubu’s Christmas, donation of the signed book to the backer’s choice of library, school or museum or church on the backer’s name as a charity and so on. A higher pledge of $50 would mean autographed copies of all the 3 Mubu books.

To show your support for Mubu the Morph, visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mubu-the-morph-a-project-with-a-cause-books#/


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Company Name: Mubu the Morph
Contact Person: Stephen Nawotniak
Email: steve@mubuthemorph.com
Phone: 585-490-1511
Address:6245 Salt Rd
City: Clarence
State: NY
Country: United States
Website: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mubu-the-morph-a-project-with-a-cause-books#/

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