Why Can't I Learn Like Everyone Else: Kids with Learning Disabilities
by Sheila Stewart & Camden Flath
For kids with learning disabilities, school can sometimes be a very frustrating place. There are many different types of learning disabilities, but they all make it difficult for a person to learn. Kids with learning disabilities sometimes think they must not be very smart, but this isn't true at all. A learning disability might make it a lot harder for someone to read or do math, but that has nothing to do with how intelligent he is. Understanding the causes and effects of a learning disability, as well as ways to overcome it, are important for kids dealing with these types of disabilities--and it is also important for people who know someone dealing with them.
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