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The Trail of the Dragon by Robert Z. Hicks

07/14/2018 | By More
The Trail of the Dragon by Robert Z. Hicks

My children’s rhyming story picture book, Danny the Dragon, was at the Page Design department of my publisher when I picked up the Winter Bulletin of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. (SCBWI) An article by Dr. Theodore Cohen PhD, “Are Authors Giving Up On 20% of Their Readers?” caught my attention. Dr. […]

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Can Rhyming Help Children Learn to Read Better? by Robert Z Hicks

06/15/2018 | By More
Can Rhyming Help Children Learn to Read Better? by Robert Z Hicks

Robert Z Hicks, known as “Mr. Bob” is an award winning author and publisher of children’s rhyming picture books.  Coming from a career of teaching college, how did you get started writing children’s books?  Had you always dreamed of someday writing children’s books?No, it never occurred to me to write children’s books.  I thought I was retired after […]

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Children’s Book “The Uncooperative Flying Carpet” by Michele Clark McConnochie to Raise Funds for American Dyslexia Association

03/20/2018 | By More
Children’s Book “The Uncooperative Flying Carpet” by Michele Clark McConnochie to Raise Funds for American Dyslexia Association

Michele Clark McConnochie is not dyslexic; nor does she have a loved-one who is dyslexic. What she is, is a teacher and children’s author who passionately believes that all young people are entitled to books with stories that they love and characters that they can identify with. Growing up in Europe, she was a bookworm […]

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Are Authors Giving Up On 20% Of Their Readers? BY THEODORE JEROME COHEN

02/03/2018 | By More
Are Authors Giving Up On 20% Of Their Readers? BY THEODORE JEROME COHEN

I DON’T KNOW of any industry that purposely would give up 20% of its potential markets without a fight. Yet, mistakes we make in the selection of typefaces, formats, and backgrounds can indeed have that effect. What I am speaking of is the fact that one in five students, or 15-20% of the population, has […]

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Sophia the Bionic Cat by Karolyn Smith

12/29/2017 | By More
Sophia the Bionic Cat by Karolyn Smith

On behalf of 3 Paws Up, It is my honor to share our story with the readers of the American Dyslexia Association: My name is Karolyn Smith, I am the 2014 Veterans of the Year for the 71st District of California, Author of ‘Sophia the Bionic Cat’, Public Speaker and 3D inventor. I am born […]

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The daily sex (dyslexia) tips of a writer

12/08/2017 | By More
The daily sex (dyslexia) tips of a writer

Tobias Stone was diagnosed with Dyslexia when he was 18, having failed to get into university. Thanks to his diagnosis, he was able to go on and complete a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree at two of the world’s top universities. He is currently completing his PhD, after a total of 13 years at […]

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How to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause

11/05/2017 | By More
How to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause

How to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause: Getting Nondyslexic & Dyslexic Teens to Write about Health & More Loving to write as she does and knowing that helping students polish their writing skills boosts their confidence, Davis-Kyle, author of the Kindle book, How to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause: Getting Nondyslexic […]

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Special Edition of “The Hypnotist” by Alyssa Devine Released for Readers with Dyslexia

10/13/2015 | By More
Special Edition of “The Hypnotist” by Alyssa Devine Released  for Readers with Dyslexia

When Tom Lassiter hypnotized his friend Amanda Wilcox, the last thing he thought she would reveal were an abduction and murder that took place 25 years earlier. But who were the murderers, and why did Amanda and Tom have them to fear now? “A great story . . . entertaining, fresh, and crisp, even fascinating […]

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‘Hidden disability’? For one in five people! by Theodore J. Cohen, Ph.D.

10/09/2015 | By More
‘Hidden disability’? For one in five people! by Theodore J. Cohen, Ph.D.

Can you read this? Some people can, but not without considerable difficulty. The text above was rendered in a typeface developed by British designer Daniel Britton. He wanted to recreate for non-dyslexic readers the frustration and embarrassment people with dyslexia experience when they attempt to read newspapers, books, and other literature most of us are […]

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Learning Without Reading: Extreme Dyslexia. By Casey M Tate

09/13/2015 | By More
Learning Without Reading: Extreme Dyslexia. By Casey M Tate

I’m living in a non-reading and writing world. This Book of Pages of words are a snapshot in time of my way of dealing with not reading. These words reflect highlights in my life and disappointments. Everything I learned in life is based on experiences and watching people. Voice recognition with Apple Page, allows me […]

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