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Teresa Giudice & Jenelle Evans Promote Carmela Fazio-Florio’s Special Needs Books

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Source: Courtesy Carmela Fazio-Florio/Instagram

Mar. 9 2019, Published 1:08 p.m. ET

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The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans are helping promote a good cause! In an exclusive interview with, author Carmela Fazio-Florio opened up about her special needs books.

“The reason why I decided to write these books is because I’m a special education teacher,” Fazio-Florio told Radar. “My daughter has special needs. She was diagnosed with ADHD. I saw the need for books to explain to children about disabilities because my 9-year-old son had a lot of questions. His friends and her friends also had questions.”

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Fazio-Florio is the author of Sally Slow to Speak and James and Awesome Autism, which are available on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles.

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“I’ve been going around and reading the books to special education kids,” Fazio-Florio said. “The one thing at the end they learned is we can all play together. I’m hoping to get it in all schools.”

Fazio-Florio is currently working on a third book.

“I want to hit all the different disabilities,” she said. “Deaf, blind, children in wheelchairs. I want to show that it’s okay to be different.”

To help promote the books, Fazio-Florio has teamed up with Giudice, Evans and RHONJ star Danielle Staub.

Follow Fazio-Florio’s Instagram page for updates on her upcoming book!



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