Library venue for reading and audio book resources display

A reading and audio book resources display for children who experience difficulty with reading was held at the Henry Bloom Noble Library in partnership with the Manx Dyslexia Association on Saturday May 21.

The display included selections of reading and audio book resources from a number of specialist companies whose representatives gave brief presentations and were on hand throughout the event. A number of librarians also attended to give advice and show what libraries around the Island had to offer to children and young people struggling with their reading and dyslexia specialists were available to discuss learning issues.


Front row: Manx Dyslexia Association's Chris Seaward and Sue Ritter, flanked by Claire Jones of Listening Books, left and borough library Jan Macartney, right, with SEN Marketing's Colin Redman, centre. Back row: Manx Dyslexia Association’s Susan Jones and Jacquie Gifford with Barrington Stoke’s Barrie Sherwin 

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