Classroom teachers, mentors, tutors, and parents desperately need help in understanding how and where learning to read goes wrong. They need tools to help the failing reader overcome the problems contributing to their reading failure. They need ways to bring fun into the reading experience for children who are lost in the classroom.
Light in the Darkness of Reading Failure is the first book that provides a medical/educational understanding of why a lot of today's children are failing in reading. More that that, it contains easy diagnostic procedures and fun teaching tools. To date, there are no practical guides providing what Light in the Darkness of Reading Failure does. The need for a medical/educational approach that can turn reading failure into success is answered in this book.