Books by Ruth Lature
book, Lature mingles relevant information about dyslexia with humor as she
shares her experiences with students from primary grades through
adulthood. As a teacher of over
thirty-five years and as an advocate for persons with dyslexia—her experience
and insight is invaluable.
seen the blocked potential and even abuse that some persons with dyslexia have
suffered. While the author has dealt with professionals who deny the existence
of dyslexia, she has pushed forward with vigor and passion, sometimes at great
Dyslexia: A Teacher’s Journey gives you
vital information and advice on what dyslexia is, and how you can find help for
yourself or a loved one. The back of the book lists websites, books, and
organizations that can help individuals or families dealing with dyslexia.
for the educational rights of dyslexics will make you laugh, inspire you, and
most importantly inform you of the role you can play in helping all persons
Her story can help present and future
generations glimpse the past, best live in the present, and plan for the
Teachers and parents of dyslexic children will welcome this
intriguing memoir of how intensive multisensory language training transformed
Ms. Lature's life, both personally and
—Marcia Henry, PhD, Professor Emerita,
San Jose State University; Past president, International Dyslexia Association;
Unlocking Literacy: Effective Decoding and Spelling Instruction.