Debbie Hymer's New Book, "The Story of a Teenage Dyslexic" is an Uplifting Novel for Young Adults Discovering the Power to Overcome Learning Difficulties.

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Hanford, CA - Aug 13, 2018 - Debbie Hymer, an Institute of Children’s Literature graduate and mother of four, the youngest two of whom struggle with dyslexia, has completed her new book, “The Story of a Teenage Dyslexic”:  an optimistic book about a person’s ability to overcome their personal struggles.

Debbie shares the following excerpt from her new book, “Mom spoke up—that is, when she could pull herself together. ‘You can’t say that! You have to help us! There must be something you can do. She has to graduate. You can’t just dismiss a student like that!’

I held my head down low, looking at my hands folded in my lap, hoping nobody could see the tears ready to pour down my cheeks. Jennifer, you can’t cry…You can’t let them see you cry.

Silence.

Mr. Perry quickly turned to his computer and started punching some keys on the keyboard. Shaking his head a few times, then punching some more, he finally looked up at Mom. ‘There is one thing we can do.’ He waited until he saw Mom nod her head. ‘I have some curriculum that I can send home with you. It’s quite a lot of work to do over the summer. But if you’re willing to work with your daughter’— he couldn’t even say my name—’she will need to complete this entire course, and then pass the test at the end of summer. If she can do that, we can promote her to a senior.’”

Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Debbie Hymer’s new book is a powerful reframing of a personal disadvantage in the face of a person’s determination as well as the help and support they receive to help them make a difference.

Hymer’s book educates people about the basics of dyslexia, its symptoms, and helpful techniques for helping strugglers—critically, the story is specially written to encourage dyslexic readers to keep reading as they join the brave and relatable Jennifer in her quest to better herself.

Readers can purchase “The Story of a Teenage Dyslexic” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.

Covenant Books is an international Christian owned and operated publishing house based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books specializes in all genres of work which appeal to the Christian market. For additional information or media inquiries, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.

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