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Jumbo Minds Science ABC’s

The authors were kind enough to send me a few of these. I gave them to my kid on Christmas and he loved them. Sorry, loves. Ever since he got these, things are reframed around these books. He’ll play weatherman

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Dynalist

Dynalist is a outlining and organizing web app. It can be used for notes, Todo lists/GTD, brainstorming, etc. It has a good looking (seriously so), easy to use interface, and includes OpenDyslexic as an option. Get it at https://dynalist.io/

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Textkraft

Textkraft is a professional text editor for the Apple iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch with built-in dictionaries for 22 languages. Extended offline dictionaries with synonyms and built-in online references help you with spelling, language, expression, grammar, definition and translation. Precise

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Sometimes Noise is Big

I haven’t read it, but I like the idea behind this book a lot. This book is an introduction into how some people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) might experience the world around them. If we view things from someone

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Scurry’s New Neighbor

Message from the author below. It’s a book about making friends with new arrivals. Something that even adults could use. 😉 “International writer and author with an elegance” Tharini Pande (www.tharinipande.com) publishes her first children’s book, Scurry’s New Neighbor, featuring

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ABC Keyboard

This is a change to what you are used to in a keyboard: a keyboard layout that’s entirely alphabetical. From the App Store listing: The ABC Keyboard can help increase computer accessibility and productivity for children, individuals with special needs,

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DyslexiaKey

Where the previous iOS keyboard app was iPad-only, DyslexiaKey works on the iPhone. From the store listing: DyslexiaKey increases readability for those with reading disabilities. By using a font with a heavy base line, alternating stick/tail lengths and larger than

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