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Looking For Heros:
One Boy, One Year, 100 Letters

Aidan Colvin

I love how this book came into being. In Looking for Heroes Aidan Colvin was a dyslexia student in high school who was really struggling. He couldn't figure out how other famous dyslexics had pushed through and found their success. With the help of his mom, he decided to write them a letter and ask just that - "How did you do it?" And "Can you give me just one piece of advice." He didn't really expect any answers but then to his surprise, these successful adult dyslexics began writing him back!

Dyslexia Advocate!:
How to Advocate for a Child with Dyslexia within the Public Education System [Second Edition]
Kelly Sandman-Hurley


Dyslexia Advocate! The original edition of this book was one of my all time favorite resources to share with parents who have recently had a child diagnosed with dyslexia. It is a WEALTH of knowledge. I myself, frequently refer back to it when I need to refresh my memory or am looking for a little clarity on a particular topic. If your child is dyslexic and you are navigating the public school systems, this book is a must have!

All About IEPs
Peter W.D. Wright, Esq.
Pamela Darr Wright, MA. MSW
Sandra Web O'Conner, M.ED.


THE IEP Help You Need!  
Peter Wright is THE special education needs lawyer for children in the U.S. As a child, not only was he diagnosed with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and ADHD but he was also taught by the renowned Orton-Gillingham instructor, Diana Hanbury King. This man KNOWS the ins and outs of IEP's. All About IEPs is full of clear answers about IEP's and special education law that every parent needs. 

Overcoming Dyslexia
Sally Shaywitz, M.D.
Jonathan Shaywitz, M.D.

Overcoming Dyslexia has long been considered the "the Bible of Dyslexia". Dr. Sally Shaywitz and her husband, Dr. Jonathan Shaywitz are world renowned experts on dyslexia. They have been studying and researching dyslexia for decades at the Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity. This sentence from the inside flap says it all - "Here is a trusted source to which you can turn for information, advice, guidance, and explanation."