Dyslexia is my Superpower - gallery 3

By Dyslexia Scotland | 20 Oct 2017

These inspiring art works were submitted by children and young people from Scotland and further afield for Margaret Rooke’s new book Dyslexia is my Superpower (most of the time!). Margaret only got to pick a few for her book, so we're getting the chance to show off the rest on Dyslexia Unwrapped!

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Image credits (left to right)

1. 'You can do anything if you put your mind to it' - Jamie, Scotstoun, Scotland. Jamie says: 'if you put your mind to it you can do anything!'. Thanks to DRC Generations for sending this in.

2. 'I learn by drawing' - Jamie, Scotstoun, Scotland. Thanks to DRC Generations for sending this in.

3. 'I can't spell' - Joe, age 13, West Lothian, Scotland. 

4. 'Jigsaw pieces' - Keri, age 15, Dairy, North Ayrshire, Scotland. Keri says: 'This shows how I try to understand words and how I sometimes have to break them into small pieces to understand them just like a jigsaw puzzle'.

5. 'People see dyslexia differently' - Keri, North Ayrshire. Keri says: 'This shows how I feel dyslexia can be viewed by people. And how I try to make sense of words.'

6. 'Creativity' - Libby, age 11, Alloa, Scotland. This image is about dyslexia and creativity.

7. 'Art and music' - Lucy, age 15, Bannockburn, Stirling, Scotland.

8. 'Dyslexia' - Lucy, age 15, Bannockburn, Scotland

9. 'Self-portrait' - Lucy, age 15, Bannockburn, Scotland