New Children’s Book written by Irish school-children who have dyslexia
Dyslexic Brains Learn Differently is a new Irish-produced book about dyslexia for children. It is written by children for children, and has been created by the students of the Reading Class at Ennis National School, Co. Clare (aged 10-13 years, with severe dyslexia).
In this 40-page book, each of the ten children tells their own unique story, from discovering that they have dyslexia to learning how to cope with it. It illustrates their many talents and abilities. There are information pages for parents and families, including recommended websites and apps. A unique feature of the book is that readers can scan a QR code on the cover to hear an audio-recording of the stories. The book is beautifully illustrated by AnnMarie Cawley, a young student at Limerick College of Art and Design, who has dyslexia herself.
The book is available online at www.wowwee.ie and www.ennisns.ie . It is on sale in O’Mahony’s bookstores in Limerick, Tralee and Ennis, in the Ennis Bookshop and Scéal Eile in Ennis. Price is 10 euro. For any further details, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dyslexic Brains Learn Differently – Book Cover