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Overcoming Dyslexia: A New and Complete Science-Ba&hellip von Sally Shaywitz M.D.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Informative, Constructive, 15. März 2009
I heard Dr. Shaywitz speaking about dyslexia on NPR's radio program "Parents' Journal," which is how I first heard of "Overcoming Dyslexia". The detail in this book helped me clearly see that my son has dyslexia, and after reading it, I feel well-equipped to be his advocate in school. What I liked best were the tips on how you can help your dyslexic child--by asking for additional time on tests, requesting assignment reduction if homework goes on for hours, talking through assignments before having the child tackle them on his own, having the child read poems aloud, and so forth. I also appreciated the detailed descriptions and contact information for all the resources… Mehr dazu
The Power of Praying: Help for a Woman's Journey T&hellip von Stormie Omartian
2.0 von 5 Sternen nicht praxisorientiert, 16. November 2008
E: I preferred the more practical approach of Omartian's "The Power of a Praying Wife". "The Power of Praying: Help for a Woman's Journey Through Life" is more abstract with a lot of Bible verses strung together. I felt I would have gotten as much guidance directly from the Bible.

Dt: Ich fand den mehr praxisorientierten Stil von Omartians "The Power of a Praying Wife" besser. Dieses schmale Buch hier ist mehr abstrakt mit vielen Bibelzitaten. Ich hatte das Gefühl, ich hätte genauso viel Hilfe von der Bibel selber bekommen.
Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman's Search for Everything von Elizabeth Gilbert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Searching while traveling, 29. Dezember 2007
I am another of those readers who read Gilbert's book in three days: spent a day reading each of the three sections--experiences in Italy, those in India, and those in Bali. Each day I felt transported to those countries, getting to know the locals far more than I ever could have were I to sightsee in the cities myself. Was like reading a friend's letters home, a friend with a great sense of humor.

As someone separated from her husband, I was really surprised and consoled that my feelings and constant thoughts of what happened to "us" were mirrored in Gilbert's own honest reflections about her failed relationships. Made me realize that everything takes time, and that that is… Mehr dazu