History of dyslexia: Interview with Dr. Maggie Snowling

Poor Percy F. Diagnosed with “congenital word blindness” in 1896. What happened to Percy? Did […]

Why our schools need to say dyslexia

Me at three. I remember this day clearly. I insisted on dressing myself. Mismatched mittens […]

Telling our own story/ies

“We deserve a chance…not to be defined by what we struggle with and what we are […]

Summer reading

The Dyslexic Library is on vacation, and we’re reading: Relish: My life in the kitchen (2013) […]

Ask an expert: Q&A with Nancy Young (part 2 of 2)

In our new series, “Ask an expert,” we talk to the professionals who devote their […]

Book review: Secret Code Actions™ – Parent Edition

When my copy of Secret Code Actions™ — Parent Edition arrived, it barely fit into […]

History of dyslexia: Life magazine 1944

On April 10, 1944, Life magazine published a feature article about dyslexia.

How i didn’t learn to read

I’m a child and this is how I learnt to read or you could say […]