An informative presentation and Q&A from market-leading children’s dyslexia-friendly, reluctant and struggling reader publishing specialists, Barrington Stoke.

Parents, guardians, teachers and those with a vested interest in learning more about books that focus on making reading more accessible for children are invited to learn more about these fantastic titles.

The presentation includes:
How Barrington Stoke titles are appropriate and user-friendly for:

  • Children with dyslexia, reluctant readers and children that find reading challenging
  • Children with a reading age lower than their actual age
  • Irlens syndrome and visual processing issues
  • How Barrington Stoke books differentiate with specialised paper, bespoke fonts and spacing
  • Signs you can look out for that can make books more challenging for children to read

Mostly Books will be hosting a book sale of a huge range of Barrington Stoke’s titles suitable across ages 7-14 (wider reading ages apply).

This evening is kindly supported by Abingdon School in Partnership.

Please note that this event has been moved to the Charles Maude Room. Please note that there is no step-free access to the Charles Maude Room. 

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