This is a 3-book bundle, which addresses various subtopics, including but not limited to these:
Book 1: Dyslexia may be more common than you think. And it’s important to know about it if someone has it. What’s even more crucial, is knowing how to recognize it, learning to deal with it, and find solutions to solve some of the common problems it can create.
In this book, you will find answers to many questions you may have about dyslexia. Topics vary from the symptoms, the strengths of a person who has it, treatment, the relationship to math, and how society and school systems have positively and negatively managed to cope with this learning disability.
I encourage you to take a look inside or listen to a sample, so you can become more familiar with this subject.
Book 2: People with dyslexia may struggle with many things. As kids, they try to keep up with the reading process in their classes. As adults, they may be good at reading but still not like it or have trouble with vocabulary.
What kinds of other problems come with being dyslexic?
This book will address these issues.
Aside from that, we’ll look into the connection between dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, and other learning disabilities. We’ll get into the root of the hereditary factors of dyslexia, and we’ll compare the dyslexic percentages among males and females.
These are just several of the many things you can learn from this book.
Book 3: If you want a deeper comprehension of the causes of and solutions for dyslexia, then this is your chance, because this guide talks about exactly that.
What’s also included, is an accurate comparison between ADHD and dyslexia and the possible factors that contribute to both. With these data, you can lie the connection in your head between the two and more clearly see patterns in behavior and cognizant skills that others can’t.
Last but not least, an outline is made, accompanied by some thoughts to consider, about teaching methods to help children read.
All in all, this book can help you on your path to understanding dyslexia and its consequences better.