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Reading David: A Mother and Son's Journey Through the Labyrinth of Dyslexia

Reading David: A Mother and Son’s Journey Through the Labyrinth of Dyslexia

Lissa Weinstein made a career of helping others understand the nature of learning disabilities, but when her own son was diagnosed with dyslexia, she found herself just as frustrated and confused as the parents she counseled. In their own words, Lissa and David Weinstein express the confusion, fear, faith and love they found on a journey that taught David to read, and brought mother and son closer than they had ever been.

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