A white storefront in the Tribeca area of Lower Manhattan stands out among the brown and gray shops surrounding it. On the front door, in big purple letters are the words “Luv Michael” and “AMAP: Autism Made. Autism Paid.” Luv Michael is a non-profit organization that produces organic, allergen- and gluten-free granola that employs and trains people with autism and other developmental disabilities. The company is showcasing its new book, “The Tales at Luv Michael, The Big Idea” and partnering with New York Makers in a pop-up shop collaboration during the Valentine’s Day weekend.  Every copy of the book that customers purchase on Feb. 11 at the Luv Michael Kitchen & Learning Center, 42 Walker St., will be signed by president, founder and author Lisa Liberatore. Customers will also receive a free bag of Luv Michael granola in either the Originola or Mocha flavors, according to the Luv Michael website.  Lauren King illustrated the book over the course of a year and reflected the personalities of each of the “granologists” in their caricatures, Liberatore said. King also designed the Luv Michael t-shirts.  “We are trying to raise awareness and tell our story in a fun way and get...