Dyslexia Friendly Edition Reviews

Amazing

July 4, 2023

Such a great story, I loved diving into the world of Daisy – I hope exploring this world doesn’t end here. Also huge thanks to Alan Campbell for creating a book in Dyslexic Friendly font – I found it so much easier to read. I truly wish more author gave this option which makes a massive difference and may allow more people to fall in love with reading.

Roisin

I read the dyslexia-friendly version first, without any difficulty...

May 17, 2022

I read the dyslexia-friendly version first, without any difficulty, wondering if it actually made an improvement. Then I opened the conventionally typeset version and couldn’t even begin to read it. I just had the sensation

Anglia Ruskin University

The way the words in this edition have been laid out evidently makes a notable difference...

May 17, 2022

As someone who assesses neuro-diverse people on a weekly basis, I know dyslexics not only struggle to read, but are often afraid of reading. The way the words in this edition have been laid out evidently makes a notable difference. The heroine of the story, Daisy, is almost certainly neuro-diverse herself and the narrative relies heavily on dialogue which dyslexics often find easier than tight prose. I hope more publishers follow RedDoor’s initiative.

Fleur Campbell, PATOSS registered specialist dyslexia assessor

I realised for once I could read without being frightened...

May 17, 2022

When I looked at the first page, I realised for once I could read without being frightened. It’s a good tale too!

Mark Wilson, playwright, and theatre director

I found both the experience and the story thoroughly enjoyable...

May 17, 2022

It’s about time publishers woke up to thefact that there are millions of dyslexics like me for whom life could be a whole lot easier just by typesetting and formatting books a bit differently. I found both the experience and the story thoroughly enjoyable.

Phoebe Downey, public administrator