• Dyslexia: Symptoms, Signs, and Solutions for the Seemingly Illiterate

  • By: Victor Carling
  • Narrated by: Clare Radix
  • Length: 1 hr and 32 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (102 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Dyslexia has been misunderstood by many and hardly praised by any. The same is even more true for dyscalculia, which is another thing that leaves so many kids and adults frustrated. Having a hard time reading is definitely a part of being dyslexic, and I won't beat around the bush: It's not a good thing. However, what is often is perceived as a mere handicap by common ignoramuses is actually a deviant way of thinking - something that can trigger the involved individual to have hidden talents others may have underestimated.

In this comprehensive audiobook that explains all the symptoms of dyslexia, it is, therefore, well laid out how this brain pattern can become a benefactor for people who know how to leverage their strengths. 

The book will touch on topics like:

  • The definition, symptoms, and exceptions of dyslexia
  • Common denominators pertaining to dyscalculia
  • The benefits of dyslexia (yes, there are some)
  • The origin and treatment methods to help dyslexic people read anyway
  • Handy tips to read faster and overcome dyslexic tendencies
  • Brain structure difference and cognitive abilities that a dyslexic cerebrum is comprised of
  • Various aspects you can use when teaching or tutoring dyslexic children

Don't wait and let this book pass by! Get it now, and change your perspective on dyslexia, forever.

©2019 Victor Carling (P)2019 Victor Carling

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Dyslexics are awesome

Yeah, they often get criticized, but this book puts it in a different light. It's one of those books that shows you the opposite of what some people believe.

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Very informative

I liked this book because it says "seemingly illiterate," indicating that:

1 - reading can still be learned to a certain degree by those who are dyslexic.
2 - those who lack those reading skills because of dyslexia, typically have other talents the literate might not have.

Overall, a very positive book you should look into.

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This book explains a lot

I like the information, but also the personal touch of some of the stories being added, or the tips and opinions of the author. Good book.

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This is great

There are a lot of things you can learn from this. Not just about teaching kids better, but also about adults, and a lot of things about relationships or disorders related to dyslexia and dyscalculia.

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  • 10-01-19

Great

This is great. I learned so much about dyslexia that I didn't know yet. For example, I didn't know dyslexics had some strengths other people don't. I just thought they were disabled about reading and writing. This clarifies a lot, though.

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