Dyslexia Wonders: Understanding the Daily Life of a Dyslexic from a Child's Point of View

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Morgan James Publishing, 2009 - Education - 75 pages

A Child Knows More Than You Think
Written by a 12 Year Old Child With Dyslexia
Jennifer is struggling through school. Kids tease her, teachers question her ability. Her own family doesn't even understand her.
Listen to her story as she tells it in her own words.
Learn how she struggles from being different from her peers, how she reacted when she finally found out why, and how she overcame the trials dyslexia brought into her life. Parents, teachers, tutors, and family members will benefit from the lessons in this remarkable story.
“I Have Dyslexia: This Does Not Define Who I Am!” Jennifer Smith
For the one in every five children who has dyslexia and the millions of other's who struggle to read at their own grade levels and for their parents, teachers, tutors, families and friends.

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About the author (2009)

Jennifer Smith wrote this unique account of her life when she was 12 years old, describing what it was like growing up with dyslexia in central Michigan. Her surprisingly mature insights have helped those diagnosed with learning disorders adjust to everyday life, while expanding the vision and understanding of others. She speaks frequently to raise awareness about living with learning difficulties.

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