A new book that reaches out to readers with challenges…
One of my goals as a writer and storyteller is to distribute stories and books (and audio) to as wide an audience as I can.
My friend, Charlie Westcott (@taichicharlie) told me he had dyslexia and found it difficult to read books.
My publisher and I decided to engage in an experiment with a new font called Dyslexie, which is designed to help readers with dyslexia and other disabilities “get into” a book.
We hope you’ll read and enjoy the book (click the picture to buy it on Amazon or use one of the links below). And email us to let us know what you think:email@example.com
Here are a few other resources for you:
- Be.Understood.Org – helping parents and children with learning and attention issues
- The BiPartisan Congressional Dyslexia Caucus – Dyslexia advocacy within the US government!
- Dyslexic Advantage – “The mission of Dyslexic Advantage is to promote the positive identity, community, and achievement of dyslexic people by focusing on their strengths.” — Pretty cool!
- International Dyslexia Association – Worldwide resource. Lots of info, including tests and resource materials.