Children's Books

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Children's Books

Postby johnhillhouse » Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:02 pm

Hi

Can anyone recommend good children's books that can help a 7 year old understand what dyspraxia is all about?

Thanks,
John.
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Re: Children's Books

Postby parnassus » Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:24 pm

Hello John,

My Friend Has Dyspraxia by Nicola Edwards would be a good start. It is simply written, attractively presented, and covers nearly all the major aspects of dyspraxia with sensitivity and insight.

The Dyspraxia Foundation has produced a booklet called 'Dyscover Yourself' that is aimed at primary-aged children with dyspraxia. This would be ideal as well. It includes quotations from children with dyspraxia and is illustrated with their drawings, which I thought was a nice touch. You can order it from the Dyspraxia Foundation's website.

I hope this helps.

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