Dyslexia affects more than 40 million American children and adults. Reading David presents an intimate look at the child behind the label of dyslexia and the mother who was desperate to help him.
Incorporating the direct and honest voice of her son, Reading David expresses a mother's fear and hope, as well as the bewilderment and courage of a child who cannot learn along with his peers. It is the story of a journey that not only taught David to read, but also brought mother and son to a deeper understanding of each other.
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Lissa Weinstein, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology at The Graduate School and University Center C.U.N.Y. She has been studying or working in clinical psychology for more than 20 years. She has written numerous articles about developmental psychology for various scientific journals and has also contributed to a number of books.
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