All posts by lostandfoundbooks

I am unable to withstand the gravitational pull of bookstores and anything vintage. I am passionate about art, books, coffee, public radio (CBC), social justice and writing.

Video: Dysplamentary #dyslexia documentary (part 2)

In my last post, I wrote about the Dyspla collective, which celebrates dyslexic story makers […]

Video: monsters, mavericks, mothers (part 1)

Dyslexics are no longer relegated to the dummy table. We are telling our stories–part confessional, part […]

Top 10 Halloween costumes for dyslexics

Halloween is here! If you’re dyslexic, you’re in luck. There are lots of great costumes […]

New video: Faces of dyslexia

After spending most of my life living in the shadow of undiagnosed dyslexia, I am […]

Campaign: Helping your child, and you, #BeUnderstood

Understood.org is a helpful and trusted source of information about learning and attention issues. Their […]

In first person: how does #dyslexia affect your relationship to language?

The Oxford Dictionary invited three guest contributors to explain, in their own unedited words, how their […]

Study: Dyslexia-related gaps can appear by first grade

No surprise for parents of children with dyslexia: researchers have found that academic gaps related […]

Book Review: Jane Blonde Not Bond

Hello I’m a tween and this is one of my favourite books, and no NOT […]

“It’s what’s in your heart that’s important” – #DiverseNurses

British health writer Roy Lilley is incredibly eloquent when talking about his struggles with dyslexia […]