Editor’s Note: When I was school, I’m not sure dyslexia was even identified. And so these kids seen as “stupid” or “slow learners”. When my kids were in school, dyslexia become known as a learning disability. Now we know, as this book reveals through both scientific and individual stories, the dyslexic brain simply has a different mode of operation. Soon, it will become known that the dyslexic brain actually provides advantages that non-dyslexic brains lack, and vice versa. As with so many reveals in my lifetime, different is neither all bad nor all good; it’s just different.