TV audience gets opportunity to 'Meet Mason'

Published 06.15.2021

Faculty & Staff

"Big" little brother Christopher (center) leads an impromptu dance party on the set of "PA live!Author Megan E. Rogers, a Penn College employee, and sons Mason and Christopher were featured in a segment of WBRE’s “PA live!” on Monday afternoon. Co-hosts Haley Bianco and Christopher Bohinski interviewed the family about “Meet Mason,” a newly published and beautifully illustrated book designed to boost readers' understanding of special needs and to help them discern the too-often-unseen similarities alongside those differences. "Even without vision, there's still vision," Megan said. "One of the things that Mason has taught me is to see things in a different way, without my eyes. To be able to see with my heart; something as simple as the sun shining on your face. When I see him smile, you appreciate that on a whole 'nother level." The book is available from Amazon in paperback ($15) and at a pair of local book-signings in the coming weeks: The Otto Bookstore on June 26 and at North Central Sight Services on July 18.