The Other Side of Dyslexia
The Other Side of Dyslexia was created for adult and teenagedyslexics as well as those who have frequent contact with a dyslexic person. The author, who is herself dyslexic, provides an innovative approach to managing the pain and confusion associated with dyslexia. Ken Follett, noted British Author and President of the British Dyslexia Institute, has praised the book: "Ann Farris is certainly an intellectual and knows how to present complex ideas." The book's layout is designed for easy reading by dyslexics. Each page contains a colorful illustration drawn by Farris and an explanatory description for each situation she experienced. The book opens with Farris's tale of discovering she is dyslexic, and continues with a vibrant description of the path she took to transform her pain and confusion. Farris sensitively shares the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual approaches she used to move move her to a new level of comfort with her condition. The Other Side of Dyslexia includes three bonus summary chapters: 1. An overview of what the author learned 2. A "how to" chapter outlining specific steps a dyslexics could take to increase their quality of life. 3. A Glossary of unusual terms.
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