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Feb. 22, 2022

Coloring By Mixed-Up Numbers

Coloring By Mixed-Up Numbers

   Have you ever heard of Dyscalculia? I didn't until I read our next guest author's children's book, Cassidy and the Mixed-Up Numbers. We talk to Best-Selling Author Dezi Sheppard about her latest book that follows a young girl named Cassidy struggling with Dyscalculia and how she learns to empower herself while educating her classmates. This fantastic book has a depth that adults can see and understand while children find their voice. The colorful illustrations are vibrant and fun for children to look at while listening to a narrative that educates them at the same time. Who knows, you may learn something about yourself at the same time.

   If you would like a copy of Cassidy and the Mixed-Up Numbers by Dezi Sheppard, head over to Amazon.Com and purchase your physical or digital copy TODAY!!! Also, if you want to support the show, please share with as many people about this and every episode to grow a supportive community around these fantastic authors. Finally, if you like our new format and shorter showtime, please let us know by leaving a review on our website.

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Dezi Sheppard

Author/ Financial Advisor

At 22, Dezi Shepperd worked as a secretary for the New York City Department of Education District 75/Special Education. While an employee, it was suggested she get tested for a learning disability. She then learned she had a learning disability called Dyscalculia and ADHD. The diagnosis changed her academic career and gave her the confidence to re-enroll in college and eventually graduate with her BA in Psychology. Her experience having a learning disability inspired her to write Cassidy and the Mixed Up Numbers. She hopes to bring awareness to unseen learning disabilities such as Dyscalculia.