Collection: Books

The Dyslexia Shop offers a wide range of books to help children, adults, carers, and professionals on a vast range of subjects within the Special Educational Needs field.

The key areas we stock books in are Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Autism and Social and Emotional wellbeing.

We have developed our range to cover very basic information books up to specialism for practitioners and teachers. We now stock over 1000 books!

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What books do we offer for Children with Dyslexia who are reluctant to read?

Within our reluctant reader range, we are pleased to offer a large selection of Barrington Stock Reluctant readers. They provide a dyslexia-friendly font, wide spacing and are printed on cream paper. Research has proved that many people with dyslexia find the glare of white paper and white backgrounds interferes with their ability to see clearly. Cream paper is a good alternative.

Struggling with Phonics?

Phonics is often an area dyslexic children and adults struggle with. We stock the Jolly Phonics range of books that uses synthetic phonics in their teaching programme and is multi-sensory. This scheme proves motivating for both children and teachers.  


Our dictionaries come in many types starting with Oxford Very First Dictionary, picture dictionary, specialist ones to help child and adults with Dyslexia. We also have dictionaries to help Phonics, Grammar and Punctuations and Maths.

Autisms Spectrum Disorder

Did you know? There are around 700,000 autistic people in the UK – that is approximately 1 in a 100. To date more men have been diagnosed with Autism than women, but this is beginning to change.

There is a comprehensive choice of books available in our range including self-help books, gender specific books relating to these conditions and related problems such as anxiety, stress and worry.

Books For Professionals

We have a vast range of books for professionals which will be of particular interest and use to SENCO’s, teaching staff and specialist tutors.

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