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The Little Dyslexic Angel by Robert Warrington
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Oct 08, 2012

it was amazing
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Read in October, 2012

Washington author Robert Warrington’s debut children’s book is an imaginative narrative wrapped around God’s latest created angel and the issue of dyslexia. The delightful tale, just in time for Dyslexia Awareness Week, Oct 8th through the 14th, captures the difficulties of dyslexia from a youngster’s perspective.

Dyslexia became personal when Robert picked up his eleven-year-old niece Kelli from her weekly therapy appointment with the eye doctor. When she got in the car and said, “Today the letters finally stopped moving…!”

He laughed and said, “Letter don’t move around Kelli.”

She said they did for her, she couldn’t see words. Instead she saw “…a bunch of dots, lines, and curves…”

Her words gave him this creative story idea that begins with a devastating Indonesian tidal wave and a beautiful cloud-bound angel in an inspired children’s story of dyslexia, angels and Christmas…Full Review:


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