Easton author enlightens readers about dyslexia among young learners in new children’s book
EASTON, Md. — Author Fran White announces the nationwide release of her new juvenile fiction, “Nicki Nice’s Tricky Letters.” Its hardback edition will be released in January next year.
“Nicki Nice’s Tricky Letters” explains this disability clearly to children and how to cope with the emotional and social problems associated with this learning disability. White reaches out to this population and their families in providing knowledge and an understanding of dyslexia.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the books are available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
White, who is a mother and grandmother of nine grandchildren and is a licensed psychologist and marriage/family therapist, was inspired to write this book to respond to the various tales of being bullied, learning problems and other issues as described by her little angels. White’s expertise as a school psychologist in the testing, evaluations and interventions in the lives of children and families in dealing with problems and differences has been clearly demonstrated. She provides an in-depth understanding in defining the disability entitled dyslexia. This condition deeply affects the academic performance and self-esteem of those children afflicted by this condition. Currently, White resides in Easton, Maryland.