So many great books, so little time! Keep checking back for more.
For children and teenagers
- This is a comprehensive list from Canadian bookstore, Chapters (I provide this as a reference; you can get many of these at the library for free)
1) Memoir: Reading to understand what it’s like to be dyslexic
My Dyslexia by Pulitzer-prize winning poet Philip Shultz
Book review: Once Upon A Time A Sparrow by Mary Avery Kabrich, psychologist and author (Compelling story of a young girl with dyslexia but misdiagnosed with “minimal brain damage”; fiction based on the real life experiences of the author)
2) Non-fiction: Reading to empower yourself, your child or students with dyslexia