In August, we were proud to publish a gorgeous new super-readable edition of Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Our aim, as ever, was to reach more readers, this time by opening up a classic text to those with dyslexia, visual stress or other issues that affect an individual’s ability to cope with print.
Awareness of dyslexia is growing and there is more discussion than ever around the issue. Inevitably, though, this means that confusing information, contradictory information and even misinformation gets out there too. As an author, bookseller, librarian, reviewer or general book person, it can be hard to know how to talk about dyslexia. Today we’ve rounded […]
We catch up with one of our favourite little readers: Emily. She talks about becoming a Young Ambassador for Dyslexia Scotland South East and what she does to help raise awareness.
Queen of Tween Karen McCombie stops by the Barrington Stoke blog to share an OMG-worthy realisation she stumbled upon while stomping around London and chatting about her new book.
As of January 2016 the ‘dyslexia-friendly’ sticker on our books will be replaced by one that says ‘super-readable’ instead. This is reflective of a message close to our hearts: just because a book is accessible to an individual with dyslexia or visual stress does not mean it is ‘for’ them and them alone. That message […]