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Books by Caroline Janover
Caroline Janover is a Learning Disabilities Specialist with more then thirty-five years of diagnostic and remedial experience in both public and private education. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College and received Master's degrees from Boston University and Fairleigh Dickinson University in the field of special education. Caroline Janover has dyslexia and lectures nationally with humor and insight about the creative talents and academic challenges of children who grow up with ADHD and dyslexia.
Josh A boy with Dyslexia
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Josh
A Boy with Dyslexia

"Josh is a gripping story for children and expresses beautifully what self-esteem can mean to a child with dyslexia."

Sylvia G. Richardson, M.D.
Past President of the International Dyslexia Association


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The Worst Speller - A One Act Comedic Drama

"We are excited about the new plays in the Multi-Cultural Awareness section. Worth your review is THE WORST SPELLER, a gentle comedy that explores the challenges (and rewards) of dyslexia."

Steven Michalicek, President of Heuer Publishing

The Worst Speller in Jr. High
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The Worst Speller In Jr. High

"Katie is an engaging heroine; she rebels against injustice and prejudice, puts family commitments before her social life and courageously battles disability -- all the while inviting and maintaining the reader's affection." PUBLISHERS WEEKLY.

The New York Public Library, Books For The Teen Age, 1995

Zipper the kid with ADHD
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Zipper
The kid with ADHD


"Portraying the frantic, disorderly, and frustrating life of this preteen, Caroline Janover aptly presents the academic, emotional, and behavioral dimensions of ADHD. Janover's story will enlighten and reassure children who see themselves and others in the character of Zipper"

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Zipper the kid with ADHD
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How Many Days Until Tomorrow?

"Josh is the kind of boy I wish every kid could meet....hard-working, sensitive, adventuresome, intelligent, and yes....dyslexic! Thanks to Caroline Janover for giving young people a great story and an even greater understanding of what it means to be dyslexic."

J.Thomas Viall, Executive Director, International Dyslexia Association

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