12 Children’s Books With Dyslexia Characters You Can’t Miss | The Literacy Nest

“If you are a parent or a teacher, it is CRITICAL for you to step into the shoes of a dyslexic reader to know what they experience. When we do, we build empathy for children, which we could all use a bit more of these days, am I right? SO… I have an amazing list of children’s books which feature dyslexia characters or discuss learning differences.”

Advantages of Dyslexia

Dyslexia is often called a “learning disability.” And it can indeed present learning challenges. Although its effects vary widely, children with dyslexia read so slowly that it would typically take them a half a year to read the same number of words other children might read in a day. Therefore, the fact that people whoContinue reading “Advantages of Dyslexia”