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Fish In A Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt

Reviewed by Sarina Nayak



Fish In A Tree is an amazing read.. Ally Nickerson’s inability to read sets her apart from the rest of her class and often leaves her vulnerable to bullying. At the beginning of the story, Ally believes that she is not smart and that there is something wrong with her. But when a new teacher arrives at Ally’s school, she starts to think differently about herself. She finds out that she has dyslexia. She soon learns that she is not unintelligent, but that her brain simply works in a way different than her peers. This book teaches us to appreciate the importance of diversity and uniqueness. Fish In A Tree would be a great read for all ages and anyone who wants an insight into what it is like to have dyslexia.

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