The Boy Who Couldn’t Read

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This is story about a little boy — a happy little boy who loved to do all the normal things a happy little boy would do. But then he started school and his struggles began. Finding it next to impossible to learn to read, this happy little boy soon became sad as he learned he had dyslexia. How will this little boy deal with the challenges he will now face? Written specifically for children with dyslexia, The Boy Who Couldn’t Read will help your child learn to survive and THRIVE with dyslexia.

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Interview with Corban and His Mom

When did you realize you had a book (or some books) inside you?
The idea for the book started when Corban shared his story on his mom’s blog. He realized that he was helping other kids who struggled with the same issues that he did, and Corbans bookhe wanted to help even more.

Why is the theme of this project important?
So many kids struggle with dyslexia. This book is written to them to help them know that they are still special and that God has a plan for their lives, that could include using their dyslexia in amazing ways!

What did you learn about yourself while writing this book?
Corban learned that he can accomplish great things with God’s help and that God can use him to make a difference in the world.

How do you find time to write?
Corban is homeschooled, so he worked on this book as part of his normal homeschooling day.

If you could work on a writing project with anyone (dead or alive), who would it be? Why?
Henry Winkler because he write books about a boy with dyslexia and he also has dyslexia.

About Cheri Gamble, Corban Gamble


Corban Gamble is a nine year old boy who has dyslexia and this book is his story. Together with his mom, Cheri, he put his story into words and then drew all the illustrations. It is his hope that through this book, other boys and girls like him will learn that they are special and that they can do great things because of their dyslexia.

You can learn more about Cheri Gamble, Corban Gamble at


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Makasha Dorsey is an award-winning author, motivational speaker and public relations professional. Her personal essay Diary of an Aspie Mom is included in The Motherhood Diaries (Strebor Books/Simon & Schuster). She blogs about being a writer, mother, wife, woman and Christian over at a wife in progress and has written for Absolute Write, The Midwest Book Review, Snaps1000Words, The Daily Times Leader, and ModVive Magazine. You can purchase a copy of her book First Family Secrets on

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