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No Barriers

31Mar 20
Journalist with dyslexia speaks out

Journalist with dyslexia speaks out

Bronte Howard struggled to write her name. She confused left and right. Poor short-term memory and challenges with spelling and math also made school difficult. It was not until college that she was diagnosed with dyslexia and dyspraxia. Howard had never received extra support in school. But she was still able to achieve her dream…

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31Mar 20

Journalist with dyslexia speaks out

Bronte Howard struggled to write her name. She confused left and right. Poor short-term memory and challenges with spelling and math also made school difficult. It was not until college…

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No Barriers shares the real stories of people who don’t let having a disability hold them back. Titles cover artists, adventurers, scientists, journalists, and entertainers. Compelling narratives highlight the achievements of some of the world’s best-known individuals, showing young readers that having a disability does not have to prevent people from pursuing their passions or making an impact on the world.

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