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We all know the disadvantages of dyslexia; this book lifts the curtains on its advantages. In making their claims, Doctors Brock and Fernette Eide aren't being wide-eyed, crazy optimists; they are basing their assertions on recent research and proven results. They don't minimize the challenges that dyslexics face as they attempt to reshuffle letters and words, but they note that brain science shows that these men and women, girls and boys, often excel at other skills, ranging from those useful to architects, surgeons and scientists to the gift of narrative that is so essential to novelists and lawyers. The first complete portrait of dyslexia.