I like school, but sometimes I get confused. 
That's because I learn in a different way. 
But guess what? That's OK.

 

Gold Medal, 2014 Mom's Choice Awards

How I Learn introduces the concept of a learning disability in concrete terms for younger students. This supportive and upbeat story reassures readers that they are capable, and can use "smart strategies" to help themselves learn.

And that's better than OK. That's GREAT!

A Note to Parents, Caregivers, and Professionals is included, with suggestions to guide discussion and help children identify their particular strengths and challenges.

By Brenda S. Miles, PhD, and Colleen A. Patterson, MA
Illustrated by Jane Heinrichs

Published by Magination Press, 2014.

Reviews 

A valuable resource to teach all children about strategies for learning, How I Learn is a choice pick for school library picture book collections. 
Midwest Book Review

The authors present some excellent strategies for students and parents in a gentle, accessible manner. 
School Library Journal

How I Learn will serve as an important resource for children in helping them understand their experiences with a learning disability. The language used is appropriate, supportive, and friendly, and will make this story very approachable and readable for its intended child audience. 
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