“An honest, provocative look into the world of learning disabilities. It shares with great warmth and humor the lives of three wonderful children, their parents and teachers. Never before have I seen such a clear and inspired understanding of what it’s like to be dyslexic.”—Catherine A. Nugent, Associate Executive Director, External Relations, National Center for Learning Disabilities
“Informative, moving, inspiring!”—Kristine Baxter, Head, The Churchill School and Center
“Turns over the preconceptions and cultivates a new understanding within the audience...” —Jenny Russell, Educator, Berkshire Community College
“In the film we see challenges of living with this disability in a humorous and touching way. The film is an excellent educational tool that can be used to introduce what it means to be dyslexic to others.” —Rebecca Hamilton, Advisor, I-LEAD Scholars Program, Bank Street College of Education
“Sensitive and illuminating…. The film is not sentimental, but we feel and care. Most importantly, we are enlightened, we understand." —Karen T. Schlesinger, Executive Director, Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc.
“I highly recommend this film for both parents and professionals interested in increasing their understanding of what it is like to live with a learning disability.” —Debbie Zlotowitz, Head of the Mary McDowell Center for Learning
“The filmmakers—who are themselves dyslexic—have crafted a beautiful documentary that is as lively and compassionate as it is insightful and illuminating, one that puts the kids' point of view—and their families and teachers—at the center of a story that everyone should know.” —Faye Ginsburg, Professor of Anthropology, Director, Center for Media, Culture and History, New York University
“You come away thinking of how essential it is that learning disabled children are identified early and provided with the best teaching possible, which turns frustrated kids into successful adults.” —Mary Ann Martin, Director of Development, The Forman School
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