- 40 pages
- Premium Color
- 8.5 x 11.0 inches
- eBook (epub, pdf)
- 978-1-5255-2708-1 eBook
- 978-1-5255-2707-4 Paperback
- 978-1-5255-2706-7 Hardcover
Juvenile fiction, dyslexia, reading, overcoming challenges, young readers, education, children’s books
The Girl Who Couldn't Read
Until She Discovered Her Super Powers
Once there was a girl who couldn’t read...until she discovered her superpowers. Based on a true story, this book highlights the author’s struggle with learning how to read, write, and deal with the anxiety of having a learning disability. This book shows how all people can overcome a learning disability through persistence, resilience, and a growth mindset.
DPA Weston, the author, is an elementary teacher who works with students with special education needs. Despite her learning disability, Ms. Weston holds degrees in Science,
Business, and Education. DPA Weston loves helping students discover their own super powers.
Leena AK, the illustrator, is a grade 5 student. She loves art, reading, writing and history. When she grows up, Leena would like to be a fashion designer, a history professor, an artist, and a writer who publishes her own books. Ms. Weston was her grade 3 teacher.
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