Ready, Set, Action! An Entertainment Fun Book for Parents of Dyslexic Pre-teens

Ready, Set, Action! An Entertainment Fun Book for Parents of Dyslexic Pre-teens

by David Carlson
     
 

Ready, Set, Action! promises to empower parents of pre-teens challenged with dyslexia. It is a veritable treasure chest brimming with a wealth of sparkling writing and performing exercises, basic grammar with relevant and positive examples and incremental building blocks to foster do-it-yourself confidence and enhance self-esteem in students. An index adds to its…  See more details below

Overview

Ready, Set, Action! promises to empower parents of pre-teens challenged with dyslexia. It is a veritable treasure chest brimming with a wealth of sparkling writing and performing exercises, basic grammar with relevant and positive examples and incremental building blocks to foster do-it-yourself confidence and enhance self-esteem in students. An index adds to its bounty as an instructional guide. Challenged with dyslexia, or not, it serves families and homeschoolers, alike, to help make learning a joy for their ’tweens and beyond!

Editorial Reviews

Swedish Dyslexia Assn
I really enjoyed Ready, Set, Action! As a mother of a dyslexian son (now age 28) and a teacher with 35 years’ experience instructing children, pre-teens, and older pupils with severe writing/spelling problems, I find the book to be a teaching treasure for instructors and a thrilling journey for every dyslexian
Vienna Dyslexia Assn
It is for sure this book will help students to follow their own way, reach their goals, and never ever give up!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014860062
Publisher:
E LABS PUBLISHING
Publication date:
08/10/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
112
File size:
9 MB

Meet the Author

David Carlson, the originator of Ready, Set, Action, is a magician and musician who has worked some magic to make his dream of helping other dyslexics come true through the presentation of this fun workbook. During the bleakest moments of his youth, his late grandfather, George Yeager, inspired him with the words, “You are the architect of your own life.” Now, Carlson extends that same heartfelt encouragement to others around the world who are challenged with dyslexia.

Linda Davis-Kyle, MA, editor and writer of several hundred general interest articles published in more than a dozen countries on five continents, is the primary author of four books and a TEFL instructor.

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