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If you're so smart, how come you can't spell Mississippi?

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Esham, Barbara. Adventures of everyday geniuses, Mainstream Connections, Volume 1st, Perry Hall, MD, p.29 (2008)

Call Number:

Cubb Curr PS3605 .S53 I3 2008

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8801935

Keywords:

Anxiety--Fiction, Anxiety--Juvenile fiction, Cognitive styles in children, Dyslexia--Fiction, Dyslexic children--Juvenile fiction, English language--Spelling--Fiction, Learning disabilities--Fiction, Learning disabled children--Juvenile fiction, Self-esteem--Fiction, Self-esteem--Juvenile fiction, Spelling ability--Juvenile fiction

Abstract:

Summary: Introduces the mainstream student and educator to the world of the child who struggles academically. The main character discovers her father is dyslexic, as is one of her classmates--and she tries to make sense of it.

Publication Language:

eng

Notes:

Ages 4-8