An Introduction and Reflection -The Path's End Kindle Edition is now available.

I am excited to share The Path's End, the last book in the Ed and Mel's Decodable Adventure series. The Kindle edition is now available on Amazon! The paperback will be available soon. I'm just making a few final adjustments.

The Path's End wraps up Ed and Mel's adventure. Will they save the baby dragons and Ebrin? Will they be freed from the communication stealing spell or will they finally be defeated by it? The Path's End has the answers.

As I look back on the complete story, I realize how much our journey shows up on the pages of these books. The Black Silk Path embodies our diagnosis and newly named difficulty. Dyslexia was a problem that needed to be overcome. Sometimes it was overwhelming and we had to focus on taking one small step at a time. The Hunt for R. L. Nox embodies our gaining momentum and pursuing our foe, or dyslexia, to stop its negative impact. This process included learning about and developing strengths while working with a supportive team. The Path's End embodies another important part of our journey. While there are aspects of dyslexia that need to be overcome or defeated, there have been benefits to accepting it as a part of our journey and seeing it as one part of the bigger picture. Dyslexia will never leave us, but that does not mean it has defeated us. In fact, it has become a part of what has helped us grow into the people we are today. Perspective and acceptance have given us hope. 

I hope these books will help students on their journeys whether they find encouragement in the story or just read it to practice new skills.
 

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