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The dyslexic brain has been a mystery to many and a source of understanding for only a few. When we look into the ways to identify dyslexia and all its accompanying ramifications, it’s nothing new that we will run into difficulties, some severe, some not so severe.

Figuring out if you have dyslexia, what typifies those who have dyslexia, and what to expect in terms of personality, reading skills, and other related aspects, is a puzzle. Then, what’s crucial is to determine what to do about it, where it came from, and many things that can help us dive deeper into the science of the dyslexic brain, solutions, and comprehension on a higher level. 

This audiobook does exactly that. As a basis for that grasp of what is often called a “disorder”, the author will guide you along as he shares his insights from his experiences. 

©2019 David Copperson (P)2020 David Copperson

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  • 14-02-2020

Excellent book

I loved this explanatory guide on Dyslexia. I have a wife who is dyslexic, and her entire family basically is, so I was surprised to see so many similarities. And what makes perfect sense now too, is that she said she had a few signs of ADHD, and just recently, I learned that sometimes, the two are connected. Maybe I shouldn't get so upset with her anymore if she gets distracted by her phone instead of listening to me rambling on. Thanks, David. Good job, Sam. I bid you farewell. Haha! Recommended, guys. This is a good book about the topic.

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  • 14-02-2020

New perspective

Dyslexia is more common than you may think. I think it's good that there is some information all compiled into a 3 hour book like this. I like the points the author was trying to get across, and that he did not condemn the "disorder" or the way they think. In fact, he was quite positive about it, and that brings a fresh perspective.

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  • 14-02-2020

This author knows a lot

It seems like the author has really studied the topic, and hasn't left anything important out. Not only does dyslexia in childhood learning get covered, but the way the brain works (helpful for adults) too. So in that sense, it's a pretty complete book, although I saw another one by the same author, so I guess there is always more to learn.

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  • 14-02-2020

Nice

Very nice book. I don't have a lot to say about it; just that I liked learning more about dyslexia, and that this book was the best way to do it.

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  • Nina
  • 19-03-2020

more of the same. nothing new and un scientific

There was nothing I didn't already know.in this book. Also I found disparaging vocabulary insulting.

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  • 1compgeek
  • 16-03-2020

good insight to me and my children

opened my eyes to how our brains work and process. have my ideas and strategies to help my daughters get better at education.

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  • 17-02-2020

I loved this

I loved it the minute I heard it, and continued listening from that point on. The image on the cover is very applicable, since it shows that we use different parts of our brain more than others. Those who are inclined to remember and read words faster, obviously just use a different side of their brain more frequently, and those who are dyslexic may have hidden talents that would blow some people's minds. I liked the positive outlook on the condition and the solutions that this book gave.

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  • Tilan Tio
  • 31-03-2020

Not for me

It keep saying that there is something wrong with the dyslexic brain and not that it's different

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  • 17-02-2020

This is just as good as the other one

This book is maybe even better, actually, than the other one I listened to from the same author. I recommend both. Thanks.

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