Featured Books

Reading with dyslexia can be fun - you just have to pick the right books!

Luckily, this is where we can help. Click on your age group (below), to discover the best new books out there for young readers with dyslexia. Whether you like funny fictions or scary stories, we're sure you'll find something you'll like.

And don't forget to check back every month. We're always updating this page with new books for you to try and share. 

So what are you waiting for? Go on - get reading!

Sequin and Stitch by Laura Dockrill

Illustrated by Sara Ogilvie

Laura Dockril and Sara Ogilvie sew together family, imagination and heart for a completely unforgettable read.

Blurb: 

Sequin’s mum is a talented seamstress and their little flat is overflowing with beautiful silks, fabrics, buttons and beads. It’s a sparkling sanctuary, like a princess’s wardrobe. While Mum works at her sewing machine late into the night, Sequin takes care of her baby brother, Stitch, and dreams of a place in the spotlight for her brilliant mum. But then tragedy strikes and their shimmering world is torn apart. Will the little family be able to recover from their heartbreak and start again?

Review:

“It is a warm, surprising and clever gem of a book and we recommend it very highly!"” – Roaring Reads

ISBN: 978-1-78112-931-9
Reading Age: 8
Interest Age: 8+

Wuthering Heights: A Retelling by Tanya Landman

Powerfully retold from Cathy’s point of view in this stunning new edition, Wuthering Heights is the tragic story of a passionate, obsessive love.

Blurb: 

When Cathy’s father brings Heathcliff, a filthy beggar boy, home to Wuthering Heights, she loses her heart to him. Cathy and Heathcliff are not destined for an easy life or a happy ending. Yet theirs is a love that defies everything: pain, punishment, disaster, even death …

​​ISBN: 978-1-78112-937-1
Reading Age: 8
Interest Age: Teen

Already read 'Wuthering Heights'? Why not try Tanya’s gripping retelling of another Brontë classic, Jane Eyre.