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Recommended Reading for Students

07Sep
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Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver

The Mostly True Confessions of the World's Best Underachiever
series

06Feb
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Helen Lester

A picture book that tells that author’s true story about becoming a writer, including mistakes and disappointments along the way.

06Feb
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Kate Scott

Sam is a bright high school student in challenging classes; however, she struggles with whether to tell her friends and teachers that she has dyslexia.

06Feb
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Claire Alexander

Stan’s class is writing birthday cards for his principal, but Stan has trouble writing and does not think he can do it.  With a lot of help and extra practice, Stan writes a card he is proud of.

06Feb
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Pat Schmatz

Travis is having a hard time, missing his old home and dreading being called on to read in class; however, a caring teacher and a new friend make all the difference for him.

06Feb
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Joan Bauer

Twelve-year old Foster and her mother start a new life in a small town, and Foster is soon able to expand her passion of baking by selling her goods in a local coffee shop, while also overcome her difficulty of learning to read.

03Feb
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Lynda Mullaly Hunt

Ally has always hidden her dyslexia by disrupting class, until she has a new teacher who sees the creative, bright student behind the behavior. Then Ally realizes that dyslexia is nothing to be ashamed of.

 

03Feb
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Brenda S. Miles and Colleen A. Patterson

Providing a concrete way to explain learning disabilities to young children, parents can use this book to educate and comfort about learning difficulties.

03Feb
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Barbara Esham

A series of picture books that explains learning difficulties such as dyslexia and ADHD.

03Feb
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Jim Forgan

A series of picture books that explains learning difficulties such as dyslexia and ADHD.