In 2019, Lasafer's advocacy for special needs rights expanded to reach his artistic side, allowing him to educate children. The inspiration sparked when his young daughter asked him to create a short presentation about autism for her elementary school. It occurred when she noticed fellow students misunderstood her autistic brother. Several of her peers and teachers contacted Ibrahim Lasafer after the presentation was delivered at their schools, asking if it could be turned into a book.
Seizing the opportunity on World Autism Awareness Day in 2019, Lasafer published his first children's book, Special Fox. With his illustrative and writing skills, he managed to simplify the complexity of autism into an easily digestible format for children aged 4-10 years. The book topped Amazon's sales that year. Further, he has been invited to present the book to children in many elementary schools in Colorado. Given the scarcity of such informative books and the persistent requests from educators, he decided to create a series of books to increase awareness of special needs. In 2020, he published his second book, Special Fish, which focused on dyslexia. The pace of his publishing efforts slowed somewhat when he embarked on his Ph.D. studies at Arizona State University. However, his third book about Down Syndrome will be available soon.