Hacking the Code: The Ziggety Zaggety Road of a Dyslexic Kid by Gea Meijering
A genuinely funny, humorous middle-grade book about everyday school realities, especially from the eyes of those kids who find it difficult to fit in with all the other students. This book might help them believe that they are capable enough to conquer this world.
Hacking the Code is about Kees and Pete, two kind and caring friends from diverse backgrounds who have their own quirky personalities, but their differences don’t matter. They accept each other just as they are,
Join Kees and Pete as they have a lot of fun along the way with their new secret friends group called NADMIL.
Hacking the Code is a thoughtful book intended to help children with special needs, give them confidence and make them stronger enough to achieve their goals. This book tells children that everyone is unique on their own, and the analogy of the creative Apple brain versus the more structured Android brain. Sometimes our brain is designed differently so don’t worry, go slow at your own pace and discover your true passion.
Perfect for 7+
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