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Fun, relatable book for ages 10-14 about the joys and pitfalls of being at school when you have dyslexia
Alais Winton is a private tutor working with dyslexic children in
Wales. She has taught on several further education programmes, as
well as teaching adult learners on PGCE courses. As a dyslexic
teacher and learner herself, Alais has collated and researched
techniques to assist dyslexic learners in education.
Zacharia Django Millard: Zac, who was fourteen at the time of writing this book lives in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Being dyslexic Zac finds school work challenging, especially English and Maths. He loves playing x-box games and going for walks. Zac would like to be rich and famous and live in Spain.
This book will ease the way for any dyslexic adolescent grappling
with the trials and tribulations (and the joys) of transitioning to
life at secondary school. Alais and Zac bring a lightness of touch
to this engaging, visual journey into life with dyslexia. -- Alison
Patrick - author of 'The Dyspraxic Learner - strategies for
I could really relate to this. I really liked the images and
some of it made me laugh.
This would be good for anyone with dyslexia because it is so relatable and shows them that they are not the only one.
I like the style of this, I like that it's a diary because this
makes it easier to read.
The font is nice and big and easy to read.
It's just amazing (like yoda).