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Sunday, July 04, 2004


Stacy Spigelman

I have a gifted son who is diagnosed with dyslexia and dysraphia.He has been in several schools that were unable to meet his needs. We have finally found a wonderful school that is absolutely perfect for him. The city of MD has denied to fund him. In MD dyslexia is not recognized as a learning disabbility. As he is one child of 5 children, 4 of whom have learning differences, we have fallen on hard times financially. My husband was laid off 10 months ago when his company was downsized.
We are trying to raise the funds personally for our son to stay in his school, The Lab School of Baltimore,where he has finally found hapiness.I wonder if you might have any suggestions where we might turn to during these hard times. If someone is actually reading this a reply would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for taking you time and attention.
Stacy Spigelman

Molly Noble Bull

Several years ago, I was declared a high achieving dyslexic at this website. Now I have a book out that I would like to tell others about. It's titled The Overcomers: Christian Authors Who Conquered Learning Disabilities by Margaret Daley, Ginny Aiken, Jane Myers Perrine, Ruth Scofied and me, Molly Noble Bull. All five of us have published with Love Inspired, a Christian romance novel series, but this is our first non-ficton book.
The Overcomers is already out at Amazon as an e-book. But it is not yet available in paperback. We are hoping you will consider featuring it at your website.
For a sample of what the book is like, go to Amazon and write Molly Noble Bull in the search slot.
Those wishing to contact me can do so by sending a letter to Westbow Press, Attention Molly Noble Bull. Or going to Molly Noble Bull on Facebook.

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