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Tag Archives: Kindle
Learning to drive.
A driving instructor, Diane Hall, has published a book on learning to drive called ‘L of a way to pass’. It includes a chapter for dyslexic and dyspraxic people, written by Sandra Read, a specialist dyslexia tutor. Amazon sells the … Continue reading
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Kindle book about dyslexia
‘The Deceitful Dyslexic’ by Alex Nile. A dyslexic member of Dyslexia Forum wrote, “It’s a good read about a dyslexic in the workplace, who goes through a personal discovery of why he does things.” It is an e-book, enabled for … Continue reading
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Word to Kindle
How to download a Word document to Kindle. 1. Connect your Kindle to your computer. 2. Choose a Word document and download to Documents in your Kindle directory on your computer. 3. Send an email to @kindle.com from the e-mail … Continue reading
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These are new products on the market. Have you tried them? Are they useful? Have you found something else you could recommend? Let us know! The Kindle. The Kindle e-book from Amazon. The Read Assist ruler. The Read Assist ruler. … Continue reading
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