As a dyslexic, I find that many books are not really accessible. Maybe if publishers would consider creating copies of books with the Dyslexi Font more kids (and adults) would read more books. I have the entire collection of Diary of the Wimpy Kids. It is written in a font that is similar to handwriting, and there are pictures to break up large sections of text. Also, there are lines, which help dyslexics who have problems with tracking. Does anyone else think that LitPick would be an ideal place to get this topic out to the publishers and writers? Thank you for allowing me to share.
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