Can I tell you about Dyslexia?: A guide for friends, family and professionals (Can I tell you about?)
|Rating||:||4.64 (603 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||585 Pages|
This doesn't seem like a particularly engaging book for the classmates of dyslexic Lissa Parker This doesn't seem like a particularly engaging book for the classmates of dyslexic students. The illustrations are black and white. The girl describes her various learning difficulties but there is no emotional content.There are many exceptional books for kids with LD that c. "Five Stars" according to Judy Mummau. Well written and informative
Zoe describes exactly why she finds reading, writing and words so difficult, and how other people can help her in these areas. She helps readers to understand the challenges faced by a child with dyslexia, explaining what dyslexia is and how it affects her at home and at school. Zoe invites readers to learn about dyslexia from her perspective. Meet Zoe - a young girl with dyslexia. This illustrated book is ideally suited for readers aged 7 and upwards, and will be an excellent way to start a discussion about dyslexia, in the classroom or at home.
--Nancy Mather, Ph.D., Professor of Special Education, University of Arizona. This inspirational book is a great resource for children, parents, and teachers alike. Written from a child's perspective, it explains a complicated topic in a simple manner and provides an accurate overview of the most common symptoms of dyslexia (including strengths), an insightful account of how it feels to have dyslexia, and ways that teachers and parents can provide appropriate emotional and instructional supports