About How Tony Learned to Read: Growing up Dyslexic by Tony Fishel and Judy Fishel
My name is Tony. When I was ten years old, I still couldn’t read or write. The kids in my class thought I was stupid. My mother took me to a neurologist. He said I was extremely intelligent but also severely dyslexic and that I might not ever read or write. But I never gave up. There were a lot of hard times. Failures. Times when I was depressed. But with my mother’s help, I reached my goals. My mother and I wrote this book. Some parts are funny, some might make you cry. Some are really amazing or even inspiring. Writing the book changed my life. It’s a book you won’t forget.
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Tony’s Bio is really this book. He now is married, has twin boys and teaches high school physics.
His mother, Judy, was an award-winning teacher of math and science in middle and high school. Now that she is retired she is writing books including “Straight A’s Are NOT Enough.” She and her husband also have enjoyed Bird-Watching in interesting places around the world.