Walk in the Words A Walk in the Words

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a walk in the words hudson talbott

Hudson Talbott's inspiring story vividly reveals the challenges--and ultimately the rewards--of being a non-mainstream kind of learner.

When Hudson Talbott was a little boy, he loved drawing, and it came naturally to him. But reading? No way! One at a time, words weren't a problem, but long sentences were a struggle. As his friends moved on to thicker books, he kept his slow reading a secret. But that got harder every year. He felt alone, lost, and afraid in a world of too many words.

Fortunately, his love of stories wouldn't let him give up. He started giving himself permission to read at his own pace, using the words he knew as stepping-stones to help draw him into a story. And he found he wasn't so alone--in fact, lots of brilliant people were slow readers, too. Learning to accept the fact that everyone does things in their own unique way, and that was okay, freed him up and ultimately helped Hudson thrive and become the fabulous storyteller he is today.---from the publisher

32 pages 978-0399548710 Ages 4-8

Keywords: learning, learning differences, reading, words, secrets, slow readers, being yourself, believing in yourself, Language Arts Curriculum, acceptance, self acceptance, self esteem, identity, literacy, empowerment, dyslexia, overcoming obstacles, struggle, 4 year old, 5 year old, 6 year old, 7 year old, 8 year old

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