The following is a list of books that will provide further information on dyslexia.
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The Gift of Dyslexia, by Ronald D. Davis
Did you know that Cher, Whoopi Goldberg, Leonardo da Vinci and Walt Disney were all born with dyslexia? Some may think they achieved success despite their disability, but the author of this book says they have dyslexia to thank. The Gift of Dyslexia shows why some of the most smart, creative people have trouble reading and presents a revolutionary new method for learning to read, formulated by the author Ronald Davis, himself dyslexic.
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The Gift of Learning: Proven New Methods for Correcting ADD, Math & Handwriting Problems, by Ronald D. Davis with Eldon M. Braun. Perigee Books, 2003
The Gift of Learning focuses on proven methods for correcting three basic learning difficulties children and adults experience, beyond problems with reading. It provides specific, additional tools to supplement the detailed instructions in The Gift of Dyslexia for addressing reading problems. Parents and teachers who have been working with students using the Davis reading techniques will find that this new book provides additional exercises they can use to improve other basic learning skills.
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Charlie's Challenge, by Linda Gladden , Ann Root
A delightful and positive children's book, profiling the progress of a talented third grader with a learning difference. Geared for ages 6-10.
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In the Mind's Eye, by Thomas G. West
The computer-generated information superhighway could launch a new renaissance of creativity for millions of visual thinkers! Some of the greatest minds in politics, science, literature, and the arts experienced undetected learning disabilities that stopped them from assimilating information the same way as their peers. Some of our most original intellects -- Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Lewis Carroll, and Winston Churchill -- relied heavily on visual modes of thought, processing information in terms of images instead of words or numbers. Recommended for adult readers, researchers, and others seriously interested in studying dyslexia.
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The Right Mind, by Robert Ornstein
Twenty-five years after his best-selling "The Psychology of Consciousness", Robert Ornstein gives new insight into how the brain really works. In a brilliant and short book, the psychologist makes sense of the right brain/left brain controversy. Ornstein maintains that differences between left and right are not unique to humans--they occur even at the molecular level and turn up throughout evolution. Recommended for teachers and other adults interested in learning more about brain function.
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Your Child's Growing Mind: A Guide to Learning & Brain Development from Birth to Adolescence, by Jane M. Healy
This book became an instant classic when it was published in 1987, and has been a cornerstone for educators ever since. Now revised and updated to reflect recent findings in brain research, this book guides parents, teachers, and caregivers as they gauge the level of development of an individual child's brain. Recommended for parents.
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Strong-Willed Child or Dreamer? by Dana S. Spears, Ron L. Braund
Children with creative-sensitive personalities are imaginative and compassionate, and they possess a unique vision of life. However, they often feel misunderstood, are easily hurt by criticism, and can seem stubborn. This guide is designed to help parents know whether or not their child is a dreamer, and offers encouragement and advice for raising the dreamer child in an atmosphere where he or she can flourish. Recommended for parents or teachers.
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Attention Deficit Disorder: A Different Perception, by Thom Hartmann
A new edition of an influential study of Attention Disorder, which argues that the condition is rooted in human evolution, includes new supporting evidence and reflects new advances in non-drug treatments. Original. Recombined for adult readers, students, teachers and others interested in understanding Attention Deficit Disorder.
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The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with Dyslexia, by Abigail Marshall
This book, written by the Dyslexia, the Gift webmaster, is a “must read” for every parent who knows or suspects their child has dyslexia. Provides positive advice and welcome relief from the maze of conflicting information parents encounter about their child's learning needs. Includes information about testing for dyslexia, school choices, treatment methods, the IEP process, and practical suggestions for help with homework from elementary through high school years.

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