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I read this book (slowly and painfully at first, as always), and had a bit of an epiphany.
And then there are the hours and hours of symbol mastery work to get him in charge of the letters, sounds, and words he needs to be able to read.
Great book for a parent trying to understand what her dyslexic child is going through and how you can help him.
This book is helpful and it really opened me up to the world of dyslexia.Published 11 days ago by Tracy Bixby
I am not a dyslexic. If Ron Davis’ explanation for the nature of dyslexia is correct, I could never have become one, because I think almost entirely in words, and have very poor... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Dr. Robert Rich
I had been wanting to read this particular books for years, but had not made time until recently when I decided the school system and his therapy just werent addressing my son's... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karol
It really works. It took time to implement the theory and carry out the instructions.
i practiced the instructions several times before trying it out on my daughter. Read more
Very clear and concise on what can be an emotional and confusing subject. Not only does the auther (who is dyslexic) explain the symptoms fo dyslexia but many of the reasons behind... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Moonlightgraham
When I first found out my son had severe dyslexia, this was one of the books I chose to read. The Gift of Dyslexia is excellent encouragement and helps you feel proud that your... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Geocookie