Whoever said that learning to read and write is easy?
Sarah is unhappy and she no longer enjoys school. When learning to read and write, she tries to remember which way the letters go but she often gets them all mixed up.
After she discovers that dyslexia is the reason for her trouble, she begins to understand that with extra practice and help from others, whe will begin to read and write correctly.
At the same time, she also discovers a hidden talent she never knew existed!
Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd
Number of pages: 36
Weight: 155 g
Dimensions: 240 x 190 x 4 mm
simple text and bright, child-friendly illustrations-- Mad About Books
'this book is both a lesson for children and a reassurance for them and their parents'-- Books Ireland
'all this is done in a charming story with attractive illustrations'-- Books Ireland
'O'Brien Press are to be commended for publishing It's Called Dyslexia ... The story is strong and will capture the imagination of any child'-- Irish Independent Magazine
'may not only inspire those children who have this difficulty, but give their classmates and the adults in their lives an insight into how it feels to live with dyslexia'-- Evening Echo
'great for paired reading'-- Bookfest
'simple narrative and excellent full-page illustrations, empathizing with the emotions of children grappling with dyslexia'-- Bookfest
'with its good intentions and sensitive text, is a useful book to have available for adults and children to share'-- School Librarian Magazine
'clearly designed to be read by children and their parents ... written in a very reassuring manner, emphasising the help that is available so the child can feel supported by school and home ...of great help to both parents and teachers'-- Armadillo
'This is a clear and well-illustrated book, perfect to snuggle up on the sofa with together'-- Woman's Way