Written by a bright and articulate teenager who has dyspraxia making it very readable and relevant for other teenagers to read who have, or think they may have, dyspraxia. Helps the reader to understand that having dyspraxia (mild.......severe) simply means being aware of the symptoms and finding ways to work round these. We all do this in life e.g we are tall/short, left handed, colour-blind, stutter etc etc etc. We should avoid giving people labels; celebrate the fact that we are all different and concentrate on the positive things in life. Definitely a recommended read!
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