Turnabout Children: Overcoming Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities
Gifted writer and therapist Mary MacCracken offers a heartwarming chronicle of her private practice with learning-disabled children. A professor of learning disabilities calls it, "A classic"... and must reading for anyone who has a child with dyslexia or other disorders. The book won the l986 AmericanHealth Book Award.
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