I really appreciated reading this book about a character with dyslexia. I don’t personally struggle with dyslexia, but I have friends who do, and I can attest to the fact that just because they struggle with reading does not make them less intelligent than anyone else (not that they need my stamp of approval!).
I think this book could be a great addition to a home or school library with any children who have dyslexia. The book includes some supplementary vocabulary and talking points for discussing dyslexia with your child or student. I would give this book five stars and recommend it for any neurodivergent child to help them understand that they have unique strengths.
I received an advance copy of this book for free, and I’m leaving this review voluntarily.