Motivated by her autistic son, Curtis, who was diagnosed with Autism at the age of four, inspired her to create this entertaining story that young readers will enjoy. Hudson believes that autistic children do have imaginations but are unable to show or talk about them.
"A child with Autism has unique ways of learning and exploring the world. They have imaginations, fears, and creativity that many may not understand."
The story follows the life of a young autistic boy who prefers to walk barefoot because he fears a stinky monster hides inside his shoes.