Dr Dawn, appreciates the way Amanda has presented the book in a simple, yet brilliant, way; providing insight into Cerebral Palsy and the disabilities caused by it. The usage of language, colourful illustrations and the message is amazing.
Kehoe considers it as a big achievement for her and her title. She gave up her work in 2009 to take care of her son, Tadhg, as he was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Global Developmental Delay. This major life event turned into an inspiration for her to write the book based on the disability.