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1.   The Alphabet War: A Story About Dyslexia
Diane Burton Robb (Author), Gail Piazza (Illustrator)
Learning to read is a great struggle for Adam, whose frustration grows over the course of his elementary school years as the demands become greater. "I can't do that" becomes his regular refrain, until Adam begins to discover that there are many things he can do well. With hard work and support, Adam's confidence gradually grows and he ultimately wins "The Alphabet War." The book includes information about dyslexia for adults.
[Grade Level: 2 - 5]
 
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