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I have family members with dyslexia who find reading hard work. I wish they didn’t have to struggle to learn this necessary skill. I recently found out that if certain changes are made to books, these people are better able to understand what they are reading. Did you know that changing the page color and font style can make a difference? I didn’t. Unfortunately, there aren’t many publishers out there catering to dyslexic readers. My distributor, IngramSpark, posted this story  by Gloria Morgan. Read her story of persistence in publishing for the dyslexic reader.

http://www.ingramspark.com/blog/publishing-for-a-purpose-books-for-dyslexics?utm_campaign=IngramSpark%202016%20Blog&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=57350107&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-9lIekIoUdOzf4Rj-IT_ZfqRPw_GKv1G3goRMdjMUSlMxlrFxkzsWeoUxxxduTZ39UsGlyyobScwEKmhOeAy-OmwUK5xw&_hsmi=57350107

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