Preorder a signed copy of one of Don M. Winn’s books for the Central Texas Dyslexia Conference on October 19, 2019, at the Austin ISD Performing Arts Center. You can buy your books now at a discount and then pick up your signed copies at the conference.
If for some reason your plans change and you are unable to attend the conference, you can make arrangements to pick up your books in Round Rock after the conference by using the contact form below. All sales are final. Any orders not picked up at the conference or within 30 days after the conference are forfeit.
If you would like to have books shipped directly to your home, please order them from Amazon or Barnes and Noble. Books ordered from these sources will not be signed. Raising a Child with Dyslexia: What Every Parent Needs to Know will not be available from Amazon or Barnes and Noble until October 2019.
Please note that if you use this page to order two or more different books, you will have to place a separate order for each title. The prices listed below are special reduced prices for the dyslexia conference and already include sales tax.
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Raising a Child with Dyslexia: What Every Parent Needs to Know
This user-friendly guide provides detailed assistance to parents and educators who want to help dyslexic children achieve their best life. Topics include symptoms that warrant diagnosis by a professional, what to expect during the testing process, how parents can help their child at home, tips on working with the school to create an optimal learning environment, and most importantly, how to offer a dyslexic child a safe, encouraging emotional space in which to cope with the emotional fallout of the dyslexic struggle. Softcover. Approximately 250 pages.
There’s a Monkey in My Backpack! (Hardcover)
This is the story of Anna, a third-grade student who has an unusual companion—a monkey in her backpack! Not everyone can see him, but he causes a lot of trouble for Anna by mixing up her spelling letters, distracting her in class, and making it hard for her to keep up with the other kids. He causes so many problems for her that Anna wonders if she will ever make it to the end of third grade with the other children. But she learns that her troublesome monkey companion can also be a big help to her if she lets herself understand, accept, and appreciate her unique situation. This book is designed for parents and educators to read with their dyslexic children and students to help them understand both the troubles and benefits that accompany dyslexia and other learning difficulties. Reading and discussing this book together will encourage children to vocalize their own feelings about having a learning difference. Hardcover. 32 pages.
The award-winning Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Books by Don M. Winn are rousing tales of adventure, perfect for captivating struggling readers. They also feature a dyslexic character named Reggie, who is a hero in his own right. Find out more about Reggie in the video below.
Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Book 1: The Knighting of Sir Kaye
The Knighting of Sir Kaye is the tale of a young, new-to-the-job queen who takes a risk and knights twelve-year-old Kaye for doing a brave deed. Now Kaye must triumph over his father's enemy—the mighty Sir Melchor—in a tournament, or disgrace the queen forever in the eyes of her new subjects. Softcover. 168 pages.
Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Book 2: The Lost Castle Treasure
The Lost Castle Treasure tells how the new queen of Knox discovers that Knox owes a lot of money to the neighboring country of Eldridge. To make things worse, the previous king hid all the treasure from the castle's treasure house. The rotten Sir Melchor offers to pay the debt for the queen—if she promises to un-knight Kaye. Can Kaye find the missing treasure before he loses his knighthood forever? Softcover. 184 pages.
Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Book 3: Legend of the Forest Beast
In Legend of the Forest Beast, Kaye must find his missing tutor, attempt to live down a humiliating nickname, and stop a shipment of valuable jewels from leaving the country of Knox so that the rebel knight Bragwayne cannot finance an army to invade Knox. Softcover. 178 pages.
Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Book 4: The Eldridge Conspiracy
In The Eldridge Conspiracy, the fourth and final book in the Sir Kaye series, Kaye learns of a plot against his father's life. Now he must leave Knox to find the mysterious foreign man who can tell him the details of the plot so Kaye can prevent the ambitious Baron Thomas and his henchmen from assassinating his father and the king of Eldridge at a grand festival tournament. The only problem? This man is the Baron's most trusted employee. Softcover. 174 pages.