A unique story book written by a group of dyslexic children at a Devonshire Primary School working with writer Sue Boyd.
The Bridge features the adventures of a dyslexic 10-year old boy and his twin sister who discover that they have magical powers. They find a friend for the Loch Ness Monster, encounter pirates, battle Julius Caesar; meet dragons and other magical creatures, play in the Wimbledon Final ... and throughout the adventures Billie Joe learns to face and overcome the problems caused by his dyslexia.
"The stories by the young people in this book show perfectly that every child has an inner potential of their own that can be realised and shared with the world" (From the foreword by dyslexic artist Michael Frith, whose portraits are featured in The Sunday Times.)
112 pages, with colour illustrations by Katy McCarten