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Dyslexia By Kristopher Irons
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Since she was a little girl, Dyslexia wanted to be a super hero. On her twelfth birthday her wish comes true, but she learns not all super powers are created equal and sometimes they come with a... More > price... Not only does Dyslexia turn invisible, but everyone in the world stops paying attention to her. No one sees, hears, or cares about Dyslexia anymore. No matter what crime she stops or good deed she accomplishes, her actions go unnoticed and unappreciated by everyone around her. Pedestrians constantly trample her, cars never see her cross the street, and she quickly learns the world is a dangerous place for a girl who's out of sight and out of mind. But when she uncovers a terrible secret of a demon that threatens life as she knows it, Dyslexia must battle an evil much larger than herself while fending off her own arch-nemesis — loneliness.< Less
Dyslexia, Really? By Robin Pauc
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30% of children currently diagnosed as suffering from dyslexia may well in fact have convergence in-sufficiency, a condition that can be diagnosed in minutes and treated effectively in a matter of... More > weeks.< Less
The Grace of Dyslexia By Ken Jones
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The Grace of Dyslexia is designed to demonstrate how implementing Biblical wisdom and good modern teaching practices best edify troubled readers in their endeavor to learn to read better.
The Grace of Dyslexia By Ken Jones
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The Grace of Dyslexia is designed to demonstrate how implementing Biblical wisdom and good modern teaching practices best edify troubled readers in their endeavor to learn to read better.
Dyslexia and Me By Peter Ohs
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The actual story of a dyslexia person who grew up in the 1940’s and 50’s before dyslexia was well known. Major events and his coping caused by dyslexia from grade school through college,... More > thirty years in the federal government and twenty years in the information technology field as a programmer.< Less
Dyslexia and Me By Peter Ohs
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The actual story of a dyslexia person who grew up in the 1940’s and 50’s before dyslexia was well known. Major events and his coping caused by dyslexia from grade school through college,... More > thirty years in the federal government and twenty years in the information technology field as a programmer.< Less
The Dukes of Dyslexia By Ray Piper
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This is the journal of two brothers and their poignant struggle to overcome perceptions and deal with dyslexia while growing up in the British educational system. The book also contains useful... More > information for those families in similar situations and highlights some do’s and don’ts to help understand dyslexics. You will find a list of famous people who are still dealing with dyslexia. There is no cure.< Less
The Dukes of Dyslexia By Ray Piper
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This is the journal of two brothers and their poignant struggle to overcome perceptions and deal with dyslexia while growing up in the British educational system. The book also contains useful... More > information for those families in similar situations and highlights some do’s and don’ts to help understand dyslexics. You will find a list of famous people who are still dealing with dyslexia. There is no cure.< Less
Beating Dyslexia By Robert Taylor
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This guide helps you understand the illness and how you can move forward in your life, career and education. Learning disabilities can hold you back in life, this book changes everything.
DYSLEXIA WAS NOT IN MY DICTIONARY By Douglas Kingston
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My teacher often wrote on the top of my exercise book “THINK” in big red letters. Miss Hancock was my best teacher but even she wrote in my book ’You haven’t understood the... More > question’. On one of my holiday visits with Roger he had a tape recorder which we all had to speak into while reading from the newspaper. I suddenly reaslized that my turn was about to come. I became almost paralyzed with fear. Should I say that I can’t read or should I try to remember what the others had read before me? Reading and spelling weren’t the only difficulties I had. Mental arithmetic was a huge problem for me. The numbers kept moving around in my mind.< Less