It Just Doesn't Add Up:Explaining Dyscalculia and Overcoming Number Problems for Children and Adults
This book will help raise the profile of dyscalculia, and should be required reading for all sufferers, all parents of sufferers, and all teachers, not to mention ministers and officials in the Department for Education.
This is the very first book to explain dyscalculia - maths disabilities - by an acute dyscalculic.
Perhaps up to five per cent of the population in the US and UK suffer from the condition. Because it is written by a dyscalculic, this book reaches to the very heart of the subject.
For anyone worried about their numeracy (and the book also deals with often related conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit disorders), this could be a life-saver.
Dr Moorcraft minted the campaign slogan: 'Just because you can't count doesn't mean you don't count'.
This often humorous book will help your pupils, your children or yourselves to count properly in school, in your careers and throughout your social life.
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