Emiline is a charming, dyslexia-friendly children's story about learning to read, told in a traditional, watercolored style reminiscent of Beatrix Potter and Garth Williams.
Emiline is learning how to be a knight. There are many skills that knights need: sword fighting, unicorn riding, and PB&J eating! While Emiline is very good at these, she has a hard time reading. But when fixing a dangerous situation means Emiline must read some magic words, she discovers that with practice, curiosity, and help from her friends, she can improve at reading and save the day!
Emiline has been developed to be easier to read for children with dyslexia, including a dyslexia-friendly font and low-contrast art.
Kimberli Johnson has always loved to create stories and draw. When she was young, she always had new stories to tell, but writing them was difficult because she has dyslexia. Through hard work and the support of teachers and family, she is here creating comics for young readers. Kimberli grew up and currently lives in what used to be the Wild West, with her cat, dog, and horse. She loves telling stories through art, drawing cute critters and magical folk.