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Diary of a dyslexic school kid / Alais Winton and Zac Millard ; Illustrated by Joe Salerno.

By: Winton, Alais.
Contributor(s): Millard, Zac | Salerno, Joe [illustrator.].
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia, PA : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2020Description: 103 pages : Illustrations : 22 cm.Rating: Grade 4 to 6.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785924422.Subject(s): DYSLEXIA | CHILDREN | ADOLESCENTS | DIARIES | PERSONAL NARRATIVES | JUVENILE LITERATUREGenre/Form: Juvenile works.Summary: Experience day-to-day life for a dyslexic kid, including school life, bullying and coping with tests and homework, in this frank and funny diary. Co-authored with a teenage boy with dyslexia and illustrated with cartoons, this is a positive yet honest look at the difficulties of being dyslexic. Using a simple and relatable approach, the authors display the ups and downs of school - and home - life with a reading difficulty, focussing on the sometimes overwhelming experience of being at a bigger school and studying loads of new subjects. Providing tips for what really helps and works based on real-life experience, this fun, accessible book shows teens and tweens with dyslexia that they are far from alone in their experiences" -- Provided by publisher.
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Experience day-to-day life for a dyslexic kid, including school life, bullying and coping with tests and homework, in this frank and funny diary. Co-authored with a teenage boy with dyslexia and illustrated with cartoons, this is a positive yet honest look at the difficulties of being dyslexic. Using a simple and relatable approach, the authors display the ups and downs of school - and home - life with a reading difficulty, focussing on the sometimes overwhelming experience of being at a bigger school and studying loads of new subjects. Providing tips for what really helps and works based on real-life experience, this fun, accessible book shows teens and tweens with dyslexia that they are far from alone in their experiences" -- Provided by publisher.

Grade 4 to 6.

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