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The Dyslexic Advantage

September 23, 2011

The Dyslexic Advantage by husband-and-wife duo, Dr. Brock and Dr. Fernette Eide, attempts to reverse the stigma that comes with dyslexia and prove that the learning disability actually has its perks. These neurology experts provide convincing case studies that reveal the exceptional talents and creative intuition of dyslexic individuals. This self-help book successfully blends advice on how to maximize one’s potential through dyslexia and evaluate the material, narrative, and dynamic reasoning that helps one thrive in the workplace.

The Dyslexic Advantage is a paradigm-shifting book that captures the remarkable advantages that come with this different style of thinking. This book should be the first people reach for when they want to learn about it really means to be dyslexic.” – Vince Flynn, New York Times bestselling author

“How did the two of you know me so well? Anywhere I open your book, clarity falls out.” – Henry Winkler, actor and bestselling author

“This provocative book explores the misunderstood side of the dyslexia that is characterized by skill and talent. The authors focus on what dyslexic people do well. This is a must-read for parents, educators, and people with dyslexia.” – Gordon F. Sherman, Ph.D., executive director of Newgrange School and Education Center and former President of the International Dyslexia Association

Brock L. Eide, M.D., M.A., and Fernette F. Eide, M.D. are experts in the growing field of neurolearning. They’re active members and board members of the International Dyslexia Association and Learning Disabilities Association of America, and the SENG: Supporting Emotional Needs for the Gifted, respectively.

The Dyslexic Advantage is available from Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com, and The Dyslexic Advantage online.

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