I'm a Dyslexic Superhero - Hard Cover Book

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I'm a Dyslexic Superhero- Hard Cover Book 

by Marnie and Kyla Hibbert

Grade one student Kyla, has just been diagnosed with dyslexia and struggles to read and spell. She ventures into different lands using her superpowers learning positive tips to boost her self-esteem in a comprehensively simple, respectful, and kid friendly way.

Written from the perspective of a 7 year old, it focusses on acknowledging her feelings of frustration, anger, sadness, confusion and more that she experiences having dyslexia. It then provides a positive approach with tips to these emotions (on the same open page) so as to ensure the book remains positive and hopeful.
'If there ever was a book to explain dyslexia to young minds supporting them through what can be a very unsettling time, then this is it.'

I'm a Dyslexic Superhero' is also the perfect introduction for anyone not knowing what dyslexia is all about. A one page overview is presented giving just enough information to know the facts, however the book focusses on feelings, identifying dyslexic strengths and sharing those with the world.


- Ideal for primary ages (5-11yrs)
- Engaging, educational and empowering
- Honest, uplifting and fun
- Includes activities, facts and classroom questions to begin conversations about dyslexia
- Thoughtfully designed for an enjoyable reader experience
- Ideal for parents, teachers, therapists
- Suitable for all young children around the world experiencing dyslexia. The superhero character was created so that children reading the book would automatically associate powerful and capable qualities to someone with dyslexia. The concept of a superhero is relevant to many cultures and using the illustrative cartoon style is inclusive no matter where you live or what you look like.

A QR code is included for a downloadable version of the Kids Activities you see in the book. This means multiple children can enjoy the games. You will also find a link for more fun activities making it a great resource for teachers, therapists and parents.


42 pages

Hard cover

The author does not claim to be an expert in dyslexia. The purpose of this book is to support young dyslexic children by acknowledging their struggles and recognising their talents to help them feel understood.