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  1. Juanita Tobin says:

    National Learning Disabilities Awareness Week

    Ms. Juanita Tobin

    6710 University Drive

    Baltimore, Maryland 21220

    410-335-9270

    Dear Library:

    These books are great for National Learning Disabilities Awareness Week, during the month of October each year. My step-granddaughter has Dyslexia, and I feel this series is very important to offer to parents, educators, and of course, children.

    If you have these books, please let the local elementary schools, tutors, pediatricians, and counseling centers in your community know about this book series. So many children need a resource to help them understand that each of us has a “learning style”, and there is help and hope for those who might struggle.

    It is my goal, in honor of my step-granddaughter, to bring this series to the attention of every library in the United States. Below is the list of titles and the “ISBN” identifiers if needed. I also noticed e-book versions of this series at my local library with Overdrive.

    Free Association, Where My Mind Goes During Science Class

    ISBN: 978-1603365468

    (This is a new book in The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses book series)

    If You’re So Smart, How Come You Can’t Spell Mississippi?

    ISBN-13: 978-1603364485

    Mrs. Gorski, I Think I Have the Wiggle Fidgets

    ISBN-13: 978-1603364690

    Last To Finish, A Story About the Smartest Boy in Math Class

    ISBN-13: 978-1603364560

    Stacey Coolidge’s Fancy Smancy Cursive Handwriting

    ISBN-13: 978-1603364621

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