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Time to Read!

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Summer is almost upon us and most of us are gearing up for vacations and long days spent at the pools and parks. During these exciting months packed full of activities, it is easy to forget to...
Written by Laura R. on
Children with learning differences in reading face an uphill battle to claim their place in the literary world. On the one hand, they have the same interests as other children their age and the...
Written by Emily J. on
The Richland Library Children’s Room would like to thank Tracey Ely from Tutor Eau Claire for her generous donation of fifty copies of her book...
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Dyslexia and the Genius

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Did you know that one of the greatest intellects in American History struggled with dyslexia? Albert Einstein who developed the general theory of relativity and won several awards for his...
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Struggling Reader Workshop

Written by Laura R. on
Do you have a child that struggles with reading? I do. Reading is a gateway to other worlds. It is a key that opens doors to information and opportunity. As parents, what do we do when it is our child that struggles to keep up in school? When it is our child that can’t read the latest popular book that his friends are...
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Tech Tools for Dyslexia

Dislexia nens - from Wikimedia Commons
Written by Sarah G. on
There are many apps, websites, and other technological tools available to help both children and adults improve their reading, writing, and spelling skills. Here are just a few of the best iPad/...
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What do Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Whoopi Goldberg, Pablo Picasso, Muhammad Ali, George Washington, Richard Branson and Cher all have in common? Dyslexia. Dyslexia is the most common learning difference, affecting 1 in 5 kids, yet it is the most publicly misunderstood. Join us at the Nickelodeon...
Written by Laura R. on
I remember when my son was younger. While looking at the cereal box during breakfast, he put his head in his hands and sighed, “I wish I could read what this says!” He wanted so badly to read, but he could not seem to remember his letters and sounds from day to day. About twenty percent of our children will have...
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