Books for children with dyslexia are a big hit
June 25, 2016
Children with dyslexia are often reluctant to read books but a UK-based mother has come up with a solution.
Liz Pichon, who is a mother to three kids, has published her tenth book about the adventures of a schoolboy Tom Gates. Her books, which have brightly coloured covers, creative illustrations and different fonts, have become a big hit among kids with dyslexia and reluctant readers.
Pichon has dyslexia herself and found out that her eldest son had the same condition. Her books have reached millions of children. The next book in the Tom Gates series will be published in October 2016.
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