This Dyslexia Picture Book, called "So....Reading is a Little Hard for You?", teaches students, parents, and teachers about what dyslexia is, and how people who struggle with reading skills can find success.
This is a "Big Picture" Picture Book, giving people with dyslexia and other reading disorders perspective, hope, confidence, and direction in how to navigate the issue of reading problems. The story line is positive, humorous, and informative, while also teaching the 'big picture' skills that dyslexics need to learn.
The picture book is illustrated with photographs of adorable children, and also with graphics that demonstrate the main points. Teachers and parents can read it to their students and children, while also learning, themselves, about the brain differences in dyslexic and non-dyslexic individuals.
The book talks about famous people with dyslexia, and the benefits of the Orton Gillingham Approach, also known as Structured Literacy.
This picture book is 32 pages long, and can be printed on regular copy paper, card stock, or photo paper, for a lovely photo-journalistic experience. The book can be bound with comb binding, or put into page protectors, for repeated readings. The book would make a great gift for teachers, and also for anyone who is struggling with reading and literacy skills.