Norell-Lee Morrison-Ramsay is a doctor of physical therapy and poet turned children's book author who started writing books in 2015 for her son who was diagnosed with Autism at the age of two. She soon realised that his early ability to read was his super power. He has an insatiable appetite for books and Morrison-Ramsay was inspired to write books that would help him and other children learn about their world through the alphabet, colours, nature and the weather to express their own curiosity and explore their imagination through books that are fun and easy to read.
Where is the Rain? is a delightful tale of a little boy looking out for the signs of rain. This easy to read book introduces children to the basic elements of weather, colors and how to playfully use their imagination to explore, even if they get a little wet. Creatively designed for all children including those on the autism spectrum to learn and enjoy.