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Meet the Dyslexia Club!

The Amazing Talents, Skills and Everyday Life of Children with Dyslexia
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Anticipated publication date

Oct 21, 2024

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If you're dyslexic, you might struggle with reading and spelling, writing neatly, or staying focused when people give you lots of instructions. This book shows how you can help yourself and how adults can help you.
You will meet a group of dyslexic children who talk about their lives, what their schooldays are like and what they are great at.
You might recognise some of their strengths as things that you can do too! Some dyslexic children are fantastic at storytelling, some are great at helping other people, some love all sorts of art and design, some are problem-solvers, and some are brilliant at spotting patterns in groups of numbers.
This book also provides guidance for parents and teachers, with advice on how they can support children with suspected or diagnosed dyslexia, and signposts further resources and bonus content.
  • Published: Oct 21 2024
  • Pages: 80
  • ISBN: 9781839978432
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Press Reviews

  • Kathy Hoopman

    I smiled all the way through reading this book. It offers so much joy as it embraces the uniqueness and skills of dyslexic people whilst giving helpful and realistic ideas to support their challenges. It's a little book overflowing with wisdom and hope.
  • Sue Atkins Parenting Broadcaster, Speaker and Author of ‘The Can-Do Kid’s Journal

    I absolutely LOVE everything about this wonderful book by Margaret Rooke. The fabulous characters, the wonderful illustrations by Tim Stringer, the inspiring forward by Roisin Lowe & her purple pen, and I really love the helpful hints around how grownups can help kids with dyslexia. This book is just what kids need to build up & nurture their self-esteem, give them confidence & offer them oodles of hope for the future. I highly recommend this wonderful book.'
  • Alais Winton, author of Diary of a Dyslexic School Kid

    This is a wonderful collection of easy to read, honest and personal stories by dyslexic young people. I love that these stories don't just focus on the challenges of having dyslexia but the amazing skills and talents these young people possess.