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A Dyslexic Writes’ by Al Campbell is a rare thing, a book about dyslexia written by a dyslexic from a dyslexic’s point of view.
This book, subtitled ‘An Essay on the Conundrum of Conundrums’, is an exploration of dyslexia based on the author’s experience of his own late diagnosed condition and that of his two children. It is a volume of anecdotal experience and observational insight. Through it we come to realise that no two dyslexics are the same and that there is no simple single way to account for it. Their individuality is their strength.
Most books about dyslexia tend to be specialist and rather academic. It is great to be able to promote such a simple and engaging book that will do so much to demystify dyslexia for a much broader public. (Bernadette McLean, Helen Arkell)