7 Books For Reluctant And Dyslexic Readers That Make The Struggle Worthwhile (AmReading.com)

The school years are tough, no more so than if you’re diagnosed with dyslexia. The problem is many people assume reading is a natural trait for humans. In fact, talking or oral communication is our brain’s natural predisposition – reading is quite another thing and has no genetic basis. As The Yale Center For Dyslexia & Creativity website explains:

“When you read, your brain has to do a lot of things at once [:…] connect letters with sounds and put those sounds together in the right order […]  Then it has to help you put letters, words, and paragraphs together in ways that let you read them quickly and understand what they mean. It also has to connect words and sentences with other kinds of knowledge.” […]

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