Some of these books are for parents, written about dyslexia. Other books are for children, written by dyslexic authors who struggled with reading themselves.
by Kathryn E. Livingston and Robert Frank, Ph.D. Year Published: 2002
In this book, you'll discover what your child goes through every day. You will come to understand his struggles with things you take for granted, such as reading, writing, memory, and following directions. What's more, you will learn, step by step, the best ways to help him reach his true potential.
by Dav Pilkey Year Published: AverageDav Pilkey is a crazy guy! He had trouble in school because he was dyslexic and had ADHD. He is a successful author/illustrator today. by Patricia Polacco Year Published: AverageThe author shares her personal struggle with learning to read as a child. She had a special teacher who took the time to help her.Note: This book is available in our Library. by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver Year Published: Average
Hank Zipzer is a fourth grader who is dyslexic. He gets chosen to be the pitcher at his school's softball game, but he needs his sister's lucky monkey socks to be able to pull it off! Henry Winkler writes from his personal experience as someone who struggled with dyslexia and ADHD in school.
Note: This book is available in our Library.