A children's story whose main characters happen to have dyspraxia, dyslexia and Asperger's. This is a great story about children and self-belief that most kids will relate to. But it has hidden depths allowing it to be also used by parents and teachers to subtly discuss what it is like to have a specific learning difficulty. Read more >
An illustrated children's story about it being ok to be different. This illustrated children's story explains what it feels like to be a child who is different from other children. Charley has a specific learning difficulty (dyspraxia) which isn't mentioned explicitly in the story. Read more >
An illustrated children's story whose character discovers she is dyslexic. This illustrated children's story explains what it feels like to be a child who finds it difficult to read. When Azzie, the main character, discovers she has Dyslexia, life begins to get easier for her and everyone around her. Read more >
A story told from the point of view of a child wanting to know more about how dyspraxia and SPD affects her sister. Written by the parent of a child with Dyspraxia and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), this book paves the way for adults to discuss these specific learning difficulties with children. Read more >
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