The Illustrated Guide to Dyslexia and Its Amazing People

Kate Power (Author) Kathy Iwanczak Forsyth (Author)
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Use this guide to weed out what dyslexia means for you and discover the tools you need to blossom

Dyslexia comes to life with visual imagery and colourful text in this new book on what dyslexia means, how it feels, what to do about it, and how to learn to embrace it. There are advantages to being dyslexic, including an aptitude for design literacy and innovative thinking, although these can be obscured by its challenges. This beautifully designed book, complete with stunning visuals and gentle humour, approaches the subject of dyslexia in a simple and encouraging way for all age groups. By showing what dyslexia is and asking the reader how it applies to them, this book offers a fun and engaging means of working out how dyslexia affects the individual specifically, with a multitude of learning tools and tips, and a gallery of inspirational dyslexics who have used their particular skills to do something amazing with their lives.

Product Details

Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Publish Date
September 21, 2017
6.6 X 0.5 X 8.9 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

Kate Power works in the creative industries, and has dyslexic children. Kathy Iwanczak Forsyth is a graphic designer and has dyslexic children.


Dyslexia is a learning difference NOT a difficulty. Use this book to really, authentically celebrate that difference.--Mike Fleetham,
It is a really imaginative book which manages to impart a lot of very good and accurate information in a way which will engage young people (and their parents too).--Shirley Cramer, CEO of Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) & Ex-CEO of Dyslexia Action
This is a novel, unique and highly informative illustrated guide to the disadvantages and very many advantages of those who possess the gift of dyslexia.--Dr. Martin Phillips, School & Behavioural Psychologist, Former Chairman of Hornsby International Dyslexia Centre