On Being Dyslexic
Who is the dyslexic in your life? A son or a daughter? A grandchild or a pupil? Maybe you are the dyslexic yourself?
In this book, Sarah Platt takes you on the journey of her own story with dyslexia, weaving you in and out of the decades of her life. You will meet both heroes and villains. You will laugh at the funny moments and be indignant at the unfair ones. No matter who you are, there will be someone in this book you will relate to. What you can do to make a difference for the dyslexic in your life might be easier than you realise. Simply put, things work differently in the dyslexic brain. Understanding what is going on inside their heads will empower you to help them fly.