Alais Winton, author of The Self Help Guide for Teens with Dyslexia and private tutor for young dyslexics
This is an interesting and insightful book which has been well researched and includes relevant case studies to illustrate key traits for the successful dyslexic. My own struggle with undiagnosed dyslexia at school certainly made me more determined and this has played an integral role in my achievements and success.
Dr. Kate Saunders, C.E.O., British Dyslexia Association
This book provides a 'road map' for the 10% of the world's population who experience some degree of dyslexia, to help them fulfil their true potential. So have courage, be inspired, harness your energies and build positive strategies. The world needs the strengths and talents that dyslexic individuals can bring.
Professor Amanda Kirby, Chair in Developmental Disorders at University of South Wales and author of How to Succeed in employment with specific learning difficulties
An inspiring and really practical book, well written by someone who clearly has the expertise and experience of working with many wonderful people with dyslexia. This book is for anyone wanting examples of how talent, perseverance and commitment can lead to great success.
Margaret Rooke, author of Creative, Successful, Dyslexic: 23 High Achievers Share Their Stories
This book contains fascinating information for people with dyslexia and anyone interested in helping them to achieve. Margaret Malpas makes it clear that high grades at school are not the only route to a fulfilling life, with detail on the significance of determination, rapport, listening skills and creativity. She even explains how procrastination can be useful. There are some truly inspiring nuggets in here to inspire and encourage, plus handy summaries for those not wanting to read it all at once.