May 2017

Get Free Audiobooks from Penguin Random House Audio

Get Free Audiobooks
from Penguin Random House Audio

Penguin Random House Audio is the leading audiobook publisher, winning numerous awards and recognition for their productions. They are drawing from their collection of bestselling titles and generously offering DyslexiaHelp visitors the chance to select from over 80 free audiobook CDs and digital downloads through the Penguin Random House-DyslexiaHelp Audiobook Club Program.

Featuring a wide selection of popular titles from Treasure Island to Judy Blume, all students from early elementary school to high school can find their next favorite book thanks to the literacy benefits of audiobooks! This program lets students with dyslexia read with their ears, helping them keep up with their curriculum and more easily find their way into a story. When selecting your free titles, you can listen to audio clips and find out more about the benefits of audiobooks.

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Keep ‘em Reading! The Importance of Audiobooks for Dyslexics

Keep ’em Reading!
The Importance of Audiobooks for Dyslexics

We are excited about our partnership with Penguin Random House Audio through which DyslexiaHelp users can access free audiobooks on CD. Dr. Pierson tells why audiobooks are so important for dyslexics.

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Reading Interest Inventories

Reading Interest Inventories

The interests of the reader are often important motivators when teaching and encouraging dyslexic students to read. Discover an inventory of questions to help assess reading interests.

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Success Story: Alex Malchow

Alex Malchow

International Dyslexia Association’s
Remy Johnston Award Recipient

Alex Malchow was just eight years old when he began writing a novel with his father. Despite serious learning difficulties, his determination to write a book proves the novel’s message that anyone can accomplish great things if he has the courage to believe.

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Foster Language, Reading, and Writing Improvement at Home

Foster Language, Reading, and Writing Improvement at Home

There are many ways to encourage a love of reading and improve writing and language skills. Allow your child's interests to guide you and have fun as a family playing word games, following a recipe, or studying the instructions for an art project.

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TeamQuest Training and Events

TeamQuest Training and Events

TeamQuest combines endurance training and fundraising to raise awareness of the difficulties some people have with reading and learning and enables anyone to be a part of a greater cause by improving their own lives while improving the lives of others.

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On-The-Go Fun for Kids!

On-The-Go Fun for Kids!

Whether you're on the road for summer travel or just looking for ideas for creative play activities, On-the-Go Fun for Kids! can help.

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