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Impact: Young & Creative (Dyslexia-Smart)
Rebecca Constable

Rebecca Constable was a 19-year-old undergraduate in theatre design, when she was awarded the title Young Creative of the Year.

Her extraordinary piece of creative writing ‘Impact’ made a huge impression on the judging panel.

You can share that piece here, along with other writing and art work that showcases Rebecca’s talent.

Also available on a variety of other coloured backgrounds.

Dyslexia -
An Amazing Discovery
Jacqui Vittles

This book is not just about dyslexia, but about Jacqui's personal experience of being dyslexic and not knowing. At 46 and having already earned an MBA, held down high- powered management jobs and run her own business, Jacqui made the life-changing discovery she describes as "emerging from a tunnel into the light for the very first time." For so many who have been labeled stupid or lazy, this book will help them to explore whether they too might be dyslexic, but not know it.

Creative, Successful, Dyslexic: 23 High Achievers Share Their Stories
Margaret Rooke (editor)

23 very well-known people from the arts, sport, and business worlds talk about how dyslexia affected their childhood, how they were able to overcome the challenges and use the special strengths of dyslexia to achieve great success in adulthood. Darcey Bussell CBE, Eddie Izzard, Sir Richard Branson, Meg Mathews, Zoe Wanamaker CBE, Richard Rogers, Benjamin Zephaniah, Steven Naismith, Lynda La Plante CBE, Sir Jackie Stewart OBE, Sophie Conran and others share their stories, and their advice.

The Dyslexic Experience

Don't Forget To... Smile: A memoir uncovering the hidden difficulties of Dyslexia
Jo Rees

Don't Forget to Smile is an intimate and personal tale revealing the real implications of dyslexia. Letter reversal, slow reading, and poor spelling are literally the tip of the iceberg!


Don't Forget to Smile explains how dyslexia impacts the whole person; how confidence and be so damaged that feelings of being stupid become the overwhelming voice and can stop people with dyslexia fulfilling their potential.


There are, however, gifts associated with being dyslexic and when we understand our diagnosis we can begin to overcome our difficulties and start to conquer the world one step at a time!

My Dyslexia
Philip Schultz

Despite winning the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 2008, Philip Schultz could never shake the feeling of being exiled to the bottom set in school. Not until his son was diagnosed with dyslexia, did Schultz realise that he suffered from the same condition. In his moving memoir, Schultz traces his difficult childhood. In doing so, he shows how a boy who did not learn to read until he was eleven went on to become a prize-winning poet by sheer force of determination. His balancing act - life as a member of a family with two dyslexics, countered by his successes as a writer - reveals an inspiring story of the strengths of the human mind.

Self-fulfilment with Dyslexia
Margaret Malpas

Discover the ten key traits which people with dyslexia have harnessed in order to reach success and self-fulfilment. Dyslexia brings both challenges and the potential gift of a unique skill set - through a combination of academic research and case studies, this book shows how you can use all of this to your advantage. From increasing your self-esteem to imaginative problem solving, each of the ten secrets to success is explained and brought to life through interviews with accomplished people describing how they have profited from a single star characteristic in realizing their goals.

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