Stuttering is Cool: A Guide to Stuttering in a Fast-Talking World

My advice and experience with living with a stutter in a book I self-published containing my hand drawn original comics. The book is 5.5″ x 7.5″, 70 pages, black and white, glossy cover. Suitable for ages 10 and up. Please note that this book is not a children’s book. It is written to cover a wide variety of life stages.

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Daniele Rossi your book is epic. A class all its own! We all love it and already inspiring a 15yo to find himself and find his voice through your colorful cartoons, expressive page numbers and fabulous content! BRAVO.

Uri Schneider, M.A. CCC-SLP, USA

A humorous and light-hearted book with general information and personal observations, Stuttering is Cool is the perfect antidote to the emotional downturns that can leave so many people who stutter feeling disheartened.

Lisa Wilder, Canadian Stuttering Association

This highly recommendable book is a book for people who stutter who think life sucks…. For those who have accepted their stutter and want a good laugh.

Anita Blom, European League of Stuttering Associations

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