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Children's LiteratureAdam, who has dyslexia, is not alone when he looks for escape from the terrible task of learning to read. His difficulties cause change in behavior, frustration and a number of other problems. Parents and other adults sometimes do not know what to do, which can make the situation worse. It is not a matter of trying harder, but of having opportunities to participate in good activities. This book explains how children with dyslexia can get help once their disability is diagnosed. It is written in an easy to read format but is much like a what-to-do handbook. It is a good selection for children to read or have read to them, and it is ueful for adults who have to deal with these problems. It seems to cover the subject well, and it is written for even the most low level adult reader, and the illustrations support the text very well. 2004, Albert Whitman & Company, Ages 6 to 9.