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These books will be used at home and/or at school. It's important that students who have been identified as dyslexic have a true understanding of their new "superpower" because many of them associate dyslexia with intelligence ability, and that cannot be further from the truth. There is some misunderstanding on the part of parents of dyslexic kiddos as well. I want them to understand that dyslexia does not hinder their student. It means they learn differently. Simple as that. There are so many intelligent and creative people with dyslexia. Therefore their own kiddo has just been identified as one of them!

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These books will be used at home and/or at school. It's important that students who have been identified as dyslexic have a true understanding of their new "superpower" because many of them associate dyslexia with intelligence ability, and that cannot be further from the truth. There is some misunderstanding on the part of parents of dyslexic kiddos as well. I want them to understand that dyslexia does not hinder their student. It means they learn differently. Simple as that. There are so many intelligent and creative people with dyslexia. Therefore their own kiddo has just been identified as one of them!

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