Dyslexia Books for Kids

When we found out our son has Dyslexia, one of the first things I did was research Dyslexia Books to read to him.

Understanding Dyslexia can make children feel more comfortable with their challenges and with themselves.

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I know my son felt better knowing other kids had Dyslexia too.

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One of our favorite Dyslexia books is definitely Tom’s Special Talent.

It was one of the first we read and really approaches has Dyslexia in a smart and encouraging way.

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Like these Dyslexia books? For resources about teaching children with Dyslexia how to read, check out the following resources:

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    1. Soooooo wonderful!!

      I have relatives in their 60s and 70s who grew up with dyslexia before it was really a thing and they were really affected emotionally.

      It’s just amazing and so RIGHT that things have changed so much.

      Thanks and love,
      Full Spectrum Mama

      1. Yes! It’s easy for our kids to feel like they’re the only ones struggling. It definitely helped my son to know there are other kids (and grown ups) managing Dyslexia.

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