These books all contain dyspraxic characters and the stories are wonderful. I have given each novel a rating a la
Amazon.co.uk, with one star being the worst and five stars being the best.
The Dream Master
by Teresa Breslin
Rating: * * * * *
"Cy is about to wake up from a terrific dream about the Ancient Egypt, but finds that he can re-enter his dream world. But the Dream Master isn't used to boys who want to break all the rules. Cy moves back and forth in time and finds that dream life and real life become ingeniously intertwined."
This book is fabulously imaginative, and it has a poignant subplot that will comfort any dyspraxic person who has ever been bullied. Take a look at it here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/tg/ ... 48-1270309
by Julie Noble
Rating: * * * *
"Life is tough at home, but school is even worse. If the class bully isn't giving Cassie a hard time then it's the teacher, because Cassie has always got her head in the clouds. So is she dreaming again when it is time for the class trip to Howarth Parsonage, home of the Brontes? Who is the strange figure on the stairs who calls herself Talli, and why is she so interested in Cassie? A donation will be made to the Dyslexia Institute and the Dyspraxia Foundation for every copy of this book sold."
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