qI feel that this is the time to get rid of the stigma attached to mental health and help all the adults and children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and bullying as all these conditions are linked together.q - Andrew Purnell Description Andrew's excellently direct and life-affirming book reveals what it is like to lead the life of dyslexic. With this book Andrew has given us all some insight into this very common decision with the aim of creating greater understanding of the condition. With 'Through the Eyes of a Dyslexic' Andrew makes the connection between dyslexia, the lesser known condition called dyspraxia and bullying. Andrew has experience of all these, as such he is best placed to write a book like this! About the Author Andrew Purnell is a dyslexic and has a keen interest in this area. He aims to create more awareness about this issue especially, with regards to education.I love building models due to the fact that Ia#39;m Dyslexic and I use the visual side for work, forthis passage of writing and for building models. I wouldna#39;t know what ... My whole collection of technical Lego models are worth over Ap2, 500.00 and are all built up in my bedroom and I have over 20 models. The model above is kept on the top shelf of my wardrobe with I tube light that lights it up. When I was young Ianbsp;...
|Title||:||Through the Eyes of a Dyslexic|
|Publisher||:||Chipmunkapublishing ltd - 2011-06-14|