Author Archive for: Kaleb Brown
Kaleb Brown is a happy, silly, and very creative ten year old boy. Home-schooled in Jacksonville, Florida, with his younger sister, Jessamine, Kaleb loves to help take care of rescued animals his family fosters. When Kaleb was three years old, he was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism affecting social functions.
Kaleb's mother saved all Kaleb's drawings from when Kaleb was little. Hoping to someday see his creativity come to life in a cartoon, Kaleb published his drawings into children's books and a comic book. Soon after his work was published a cartoon pitch-video was created for Kaleb's website. Kaleb desires to share the spirit of over-coming obstacles and following dreams with other kids his age through his imaginative talent.
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Entries by Kaleb Brown
I have a great life, but I know there are kids out there that don’t, and I want to help them. I was bullied when I was in public school, but not everyone can be home-schooled like I am now. Don’t be sad or scared by bullies. Bullies are actually scared and even jealous of you. Ignore the bully, tell your teacher or an adult in charge, and definitely keep being yourself. You are unique, and that’s a good thing. Being yourself will make you happy. When a bully stops you from being yourself, you will become sad. Kids need… Read more.
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