Ghost Writer

(2 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Andersen

Review

Frankie Ruggles DBNT (Dyslexic But Not Thick) has just moved to a new school. Not only does he have to cope with making new friends, explaining his dyslexia and being taught by the terrifying Miss Bulpit, he’s also visited by the ghost of a Victorian boy.

Frankie develops strategies to cope with his dyslexia, but ultimately it's his new friends who help him out just when he needs them most. This spooky ghost story also gives an insight into the everyday difficulties faced by dyslexics.

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