[This book] made me feel good [about being dyslexic] and it's going to help other dyslexic people. [I] almost burst into tears because it reminded me of me.
Alais has captured in this practical handbook the many trade secrets that highly creative thinkers employ to navigate their way through mainstream education. Too many talented young people disengage from their learning because of how it makes them feel. With Alais's strategies at hand, you too can focus on feeling good about learning what you need to achieve what you want. For the first time, a book that empowers the learner to hone their learning skills rather than waiting for the teacher to connect with them. Read - and reread.
This is like a breath of fresh air. For a young person with dyslexia it's good to know that it's ok to be dyslexic.