Rainbow is a 12 year old artist with autism who has the willingness to use art as the lead support and survival tool during a period of uncertainty. After months of creation while facing anguish, fear, PTSD, increased OCD, silliness and witnessing the passing of a family member, she understands that love and family will always guide her path, as well as discovering the ability to cope.

The co-authors believe this is an important message to all families facing a myriad of challenges and not knowing what to do with their children.

*A beta reader of the book commented: “Rainbow wants us to discover and implement positive coping mechanisms to help us deal with our feelings when circumstances are beyond our control.”


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  • ShaSha states:

This book is very well written and shared. It gives the world a glimpse of how the world today has effected one of our youth. Thank you for sharing your courageous Covid journey and continue to allow the world see your rainbow.


  • M. Moscoso in Nashville comments:
Pausing allows us to see, approach and celebrate what IS. Rainbow Mosho helped my family see the difficulties we are experiencing due to COVID-19 and other matters unaware to our consciousness. Her book reminds us that with every challenge there is a victory.  It invites us to reflect on the reality of the pandemic and compels us to go join her the process of feeling and expressing our emotions around its impact on our lives.  This is a model worth applying to all our emotions. By fulfilling the human need to create and heal, Rainbow’s artistic creations reward her with growth and peace of mind. She shares the light at the end of this shared tunnel which helps relieve our comfort in being stuck, fearful or reactive towards challenges. Thank you for sharing your powerful spirit and reminding your readers to see and celebrate the gains from our feelings. 


Thomais V. Moshopoulos AKA Rainbow Mosho was born in Athens, Greece in 2008. She was developing like any other child. But at 30 months, she had a massive regression and autism became a part of her life. She loves dinosaurs, whales, the Titanic.
Dyslexia also challenged her. Thomais learned to read between 2016-2017 at almost 9 years old. Thomais paints, draws and runs daily.

In 2020, she created the COVID19 Art series to express the discovery of life and death, handling PTSD, greater meaning of family and deep wisdom for a 12 year old with autism.
Her art has been exhibited in Tennessee, U.S.A. and Japan. She won 3rd Prize in the Fly Your Flag contest – organized by Kidizenship.

“What I Gained and Lost During COVID19” was launched on November 19, 2020. The authors invite you to be marveled in a transformational and unconventional reading and art experience!

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  • Publisher : Autism: The Happy Kingdom (November 19, 2020)
  • Language: : English
  • Paperback : 39 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0996290869
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0996290869
  • Item Weight : 4.6 ounces
  • Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches

Additional information

Weight .25 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 8.5 in