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How can you see someone’s dyslexia? What is a clear indication, and what is just a spelling difficulty or ordinary struggle every child experiences?

These are some of the many questions that will be answered in this quick guide to dyslexia. Also, you’ll hear more about:

  • How nature and nurture both contribute to the manifestation of dyslexia in someone’s learning style.
  • Different approaches to learn more about the disability.
  • Intelligence in relation to dyslexia (is there any relationship at all?).
  • What the "reading gene" consists of and how to tap into it.
  • And much more!

Get ready and experience a new boost of knowledge about this particular topic.

©2020 Kesha Smithsson (P)2020 Kesha Smithsson

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Great book

I had a lot of questions about dyslexia. There is so much we don't know, and so many people know others or have family members with this thing, and they don't understand diddly squat about it. This answered so many of those questions and clarified a lot of confusions about dyslexia. Definitely worth it.

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Pretty interesting if you ask me

If you ask me, this is one of those guides we've all been waiting for. The Q&A in here are spot on and very informative.

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Loved it

The narrator appears very professional, and the author understands a ton about the topic. The ideas from the author made sense to me. I agreed with everything, and that's another reason I am so thrilled about this book. The author did not arbitrarily choose bits and pieces of wrong advice, but instead, analyzed the claims enough.

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Thought this was good

I thought this was good. Education about certain learning disabilities is needed. Dyslexia is more common than you think. There is great value in the information in this book. I highly recommend it.

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  • 04-08-20

Informational

This informational book shows you so much. People with dyslexia have hidden gifts, and they don't often get acknowledged. But they also have a handicap when it comes to learning certain things, and that's what they need to deal with. This book helped me understand the condition better.

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  • 04-08-20

Perfect for dyslexics

Dyslexic people should really get this audiobook. It's destined to be in their hands. It will teach them about their imperfections, but also about their gifts.