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To Read or Not to Read

Answers to All Your Questions About Dyslexia

This comprehensive guide is a one-of-a-kind book that addresses the complexities of dyslexia in an open and thoughtful format from teacher and author Daphne M. Hurford.

Winner of the 1999 Margot Marek Book Award, an award given by the New York Branch of the International Dyslexia Association for “the best book, fiction or nonfiction, written for parents and their children that will further their understanding of learning disabilities,” Hurford has penned the first guide to educating and understanding the complexities that come with dyslexia.

Complete with ten easy-to-follow chapters and inspirational stories from Hudford’s students and notable figures with dyslexia, such as Winston Churchill and Nelson Rockefeller, this guide gives advice on how guardians and educators can tailor educational programs to meet individual needs.

Exploring what can be done to help those with dyslexia by evaluating different programs and teaching methods available, To Read or Not to Read is a welcome resource for anyone who knows the experience of living and learning with dyslexia.