“Dr. Robert Frank has written a clear, comprehensive guide that will help parents handle not only the practical challenges of raising a child with dyslexia, but also the complex emotions that can often stand in the way of successful learning. It's essential reading for parents who want to gain insights into how their dyslexic child sees the world-- and also how he feels-- so that they can ensure the best support for him at home, school, and beyond.” Sally Lee, editor in chief of Parents magazine
“Robert Frank has written an invaluable, compassionate, yet realistic guidebook to the foreign land that is dyslexia. Like a world-class guide, he efficiently translates its native tongue, takes us to all the best vistas, and leaves the reader with a sense of comprehension of, and new orientation to, this frequently misunderstood challenge to children and their families. After reading this book, you feel ready to let go of stereotypes and embrace solutions.” Kyle D. Pruett, M.D., clinical professor of psychiatry at Yale Child Study Center and Medical School; past president of Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Their Families; and author of Fatherneed: Why Father Care Is As Essential As Mother Care for Your Child
“The author of this easy-to-read volume welcomes the reader into his world of dyslexia. Through personal reflection and by sharing anecdotes, he records both the struggles and triumphs of individuals with language-based learning disabilities in school, at home, and in the workplace, and offers resources and helpful suggestions to enable those who struggle to realize hope and success in every aspect of their lives. A fine addition to one's personal or professional library.” Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D., director of professional services at the National Center for Learning Disabilities, Inc.