Caterpillar Stickers: Ten Year-Old with Dyslexia Co-Authors New Children’s Book

You’re Invited to the Official Book Launch and Signing Party on November 11th!


Saturday, November 3rd and 10th from 1:00pm – 2:15pm at
Plano Children’s Theatre
3201 Custer Street, Ste. 706
Plano, TX. 75075

Following a heart-warming story of personal triumph, one Dallas-based ten year-old is delighted to announce the launch of her new children’s book, Caterpillar Stickers. However, unlike most authors, Sierra Rene Flad a.k.a. See Ray faces challenges that make her achievement extra special: she faces the daily struggle of Dyslexia.

When See Ray found reading such a struggle that she developed a fear of school, her parents worked diligently to help her discover of the joys of reading. With new-found confidence and skills far beyond her years, See Ray has co-authored a new children’s book with her Mom, Ruth Flad, that proves anything is possible!

Stop by and meet Sierra and Ruth at the official book launch and signing party for Caterpillar Stickers:  Sunday, November 11th from 1pm – 3pm at Barnes & Noble, Preston Road in Plano.

Synopsis of Caterpillar Stickers

Ayanna lives in caterpillar village with a big loving family. Her sisters, Rosie and Tulip, attend the local Bug High and apply caterpillar stickers to their backs to change the way they look. Caterpillar stickers are sticky butterfly wings, but they are not real, as they are just stuck on stickers. Rosie and Tulip think wearing the caterpillar stickers make them beautiful. Ayanna does not want to pretend to look like a butterfly.  She wonders if there is a better way to look “butterfly beautiful” and learns that what she must do is transform into a butterfly. Ayanna discovers the secret of transformation and sets out to become a beautiful butterfly. Ayanna’s name literally means “beautiful flower”.

Caterpillar Stickers: Be Yourself and Be Butterfly Beautiful can be purchased here.

You can see a video about it on YouTube:

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The following information is included with permission by ADA for anyone who is interested in learning more about Dyslexia. The ADA offers free resources for dyslexia training, email them or visit their website at


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