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A non-reader in my class in September is now proudly sitting with the tomes of Inkheart and Inkspell on his desk. Why? He thought he was stupid. I convinced him that severe dyslexia did not stop him from being highly intelligent and that he could do anything he wants to. When reading whole class novels he has impressed the rest of the class with his astonishing memory, ability to make links and thoughtful analysis.
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