Dyslexia: A Teacher's Journey, Memoir - What Others are Saying

What Others are Saying

Hi Ruth:  I cannot put it down. I skimmed through the many interesting chapters. I need three more immediately! I am going through what you went through years ago setting up the SEE (Dr. Shedd’s program  via Dr. Pickering) here in Central Kentucky. I am taking it to tutoring and request every parent order a copy!! The book portrays the history of efforts to help families with dyslexia in KY.  -  Lisa

Dear Mrs. Lature, I just had to write you and tell you how much I enjoyed your book.  I would have to say it is one of the best books about dyslexia I have read.  Even after 24 years of teaching your book has made me even more determined to make a difference. Thank you for all that you do for these children and their families.  We need more people like you.  -  Leigh in Alabama

If your want to know the history of the early pioneers in this field, and be inspired to continue their battle, this book is a must read.  -  Susan Barton, Founder, Bright Solutions for Dyslexia 

This book is written in clear, concise langage that anyone can understand, whether that persons has a knowledge of dyslexia or is reading about it for the first time.
 - Amy in Kentucky

I commend Ms. Ruth Lature for her passion and drive to help dyslexic children and adults and for her work to educate others about the challenges inherent in this neurological disorder.   — Phil Bryant, Governor of the State of Mississippi

Teachers and parents of dyslexic children will welcome this intriguing memoir of how intensive multisensory language training transformed Ms.  Lature's life, both   —Marcia Henry Professor Emerita, San Jose State University; International Dyslexia Association; Author, Unlocking Literacy: Effective Decoding and Instruction.