I bought this book soon after publication, but have held baack on reviewing it for a reason. I am a Scout Leader, Frequently I have dyslexic youngsters in my Troop, and know that the same is true for other Leaders. I wanted time to try out some of the ideas with my Troop, and also hear tyhe thoughts of others who would try things out as well. I have to report that many of the suggested activities are great for a very mixed group of young people. As is often the case, simple ideas can be both fun and challenging - and do not "show up" people with a diffent skill set. One example is a game in chapter 8 that has small groups counting from 1 to 10 or from H to P. Sounds silly until you read and try the whole thing. It challenged everyone. There is lots of stuff for individuals and for groups of varying sizes. It should be a resource for anyone who interacts with young people. I note that the recommended ages are from 7 to 13, but as a Leader I think that it can easily be slipped into actitities for a wider age with just a little planning.