Oh, I love a Kindle!

Amazon Kindle

An Amazon Kindle or any e-reader can be a powerful device getting you to read more books. As lovely as traditional books are to physically hold and smell, the text contrast the page and the size can be problematic when you have dyslexia. Not only does a Kindle allow you to download dyslexic friendly fonts (see hack “Fancy Fonts” ), it also lets you customise the font type, size, layout, and contrast to your desire, making the perfect environment leaving you free to enjoy the novel you have been putting off.

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In this episode of The Dyslexia Life Hacks Show, Matt is talking to Carol and Alana Blumenstein from KidsRead2Kids.
KidsRead2Kids offers audiobooks, as well as other study resources which are read aloud by teenage children. This is to provide role models for young children when it comes to reading there is also video content along with the audio. They have won a parents choice award.