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All About Dyspraxia follows in the best-selling footsteps of Kathy Hoopmann’s All Cats are on the Autism Spectrum and All Dogs have ADHD. Through engaging text and full-colour photographs, this book shows how people with dyspraxia see and experience the world and highlights the unique characteristics that make them special.

A perfect introduction to dyspraxia for those recently diagnosed with the condition, as well as their families, friends, and the people who work with them. People with dyspraxia will also appreciate the book for the way it shares their perspectives on life with care and gentle humour.

Reviews

A brilliant book that takes the complexities of dyspraxia and makes it understandable. A very good introduction to the disorder for kids, families, and teachers alike. Brilliant!
Warren Fried, President and Founder, Dyspraxia USA
This is a beautiful, thoughtfully presented book about dyspraxia. A perfect read for children (or parents) who are new to dyspraxia and the challenges and strengths that come with it.
Alison Patrick, author of The Dyspraxic Learner and The Memory and Processing Guide for Neurodiverse Learners
Genuine, insightful and respectfully written. Kathy's classic gentle humour and gorgeously awkward imagery make for the perfect introduction to dyspraxia. I've no doubt this book will prove to be a valuable resource for people starting their journey.
Kylie Cox, BSN. Autistic, mother of four Autistic/dyspraxic children, co-founder of 'The Experience Collectors'
Kathy has captured the intricate characteristics of dyspraxia, an additional, yet common diagnosis in neurodiverse individuals, in a fun and easy to understand format suitable for both children and adults. This book would be a wonderful resource in any classroom.
Kirsten Harpley BFA(VisArts), GradDipEd, MEd(InclEd) MAutismSt
This is a wonderful book that clearly describes the life of my child. Dyspraxia is so misunderstood. This book really helps to understand and explain exactly what it means and how it is for the person. What a great read! Gorgeous pictures too! I love it.
Helen Green, Mum to a child with dyspraxia