• Dyslexia

  • The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Those with Reading Disabilities
  • By: Harold Stanley
  • Narrated by: Brenda G. Brown
  • Length: 1 hr and 4 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (100 ratings)

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Dyslexia

By: Harold Stanley
Narrated by: Brenda G. Brown
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Publisher's Summary

This audiobook provides detailed information about dyslexia, a learning disorder, involving reading issues, identifying speech sounds, and learning how they relate to letters and words.

What you'll find in this audiobook about dyslexia:

  • The best methods to guide children with dyslexia.
  • Ways to see dyslexia in a different light.
  • Steps to take advantage of the good sides of dyslexia.
  • Ways how dyslexia and dyscalculia overlap.
  • Reasons why dyslexia is often misunderstood.
  • Identification of whether or not dyslexia is more common in boys or girls.
  • Signs of dyslexia and how to recognize them faster.
  • The differences in children and adults with dyslexia.
  • And many other meaningful, helpful ways to deal with dyslexia and dyscalculia, either in yourself or others.
©2019 Harold Stanley (P)2019 Harold Stanley

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I liked this book about what dyslexics struggle with and what they are good at. It's a good one that explains a lot.

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  • Anna
  • 02-15-20

Mixed review

As a dyslexic I found a couple of points and bits of information useful. For its length, this is a comprehensive, well rounded introduction to dyslexia. However the general ‘tips’ are fairly useless, and clearly not written by someone with dyslexia. There are a couple of really irritating and biased references to gender - and oddly a couple of religious connotations...
The narrator’s voice is irritating and distracting- I thought it was an automated voice until the credits at the end.
This might be a useful, quick introduction if you are studying the subject rather than a dyslexic looking to understand yourself and tips for learning.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-01-19

Special

This is a very special book for special people, and I don't mean that in the negative sense. Actually, it's the opposite. I always thought that things like ADHD or Dyslexia were simple handicaps, but this book showed me the other side. The opposite is true, and I owe some thanks to the author for now understanding this "disorder" if you could called it that... better. Thanks, Harold Stanley. And thank you, Brenda Brown, for narrating this book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-31-19

This is a great guide

For teachers, for parents, even for husbands or wives who married someone with dyslexia. Or just as a general information source to know more about the "disorder" or in other words, the way the brain works. I like how the brain stimuli were broken down into different parts, and the dopamine and learning competencies were highlighted and explained to make it sound reasonable and understandable. What I also liked, was the emphasis on the strong parts of dyslexic people: The strengths and the talents they might possess, even though it might take a little digging to figure out what exactly they are so good at. Overall, a good book.I enjoyed it and I recommend it.