• Dyslexia

  • Understanding the Thought Processes of Dyslexics
  • By: David Copperson
  • Narrated by: Sam Logsdon
  • Length: 3 hrs and 29 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (101 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Whether you think you are dyslexic or know someone else who might be, this guide can help you. It is the main theme. The author has studied the topic extensively and all kinds of topics related to it. 

For example, there are studies that connect ADHD and dysgraphia to dyslexia. Other explanations and insights include focusing on dyscalculia and the anxiety that comes with it or with dyslexic problems. More information is available in the form of busting some of the most common myths about dyslexia and revealing the full truth. And last but not least, this audiobook shows you the benefits of dyslexia, and yes, there are many. 

Don’t wait; learn more about the disability now. 

©2019 David Copperson (P)2020 David Copperson

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Dyslexia in a nutshell

If you look at the cover, it kind of looks like a walnut shell, so that's what I had to think about. Either way, yes, dyslexia is very well explained in this book.

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Awesome

This is an awesome book. I never understood so much before about dyslexia. Now I can breathe. The symptoms aren't weird. They are common. Also interesting that it mentions other disorders.

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