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SPELD NSW Booksale

In recognition of Dyslexia Awareness Month,  the SPELD NSW online bookstore is offering a sale for the month of October.

Each year, October is recognized worldwide as Dyslexia Awareness Month, a time to come together to raise awareness, share resources, and tell stories about dyslexia successes.

To support SPELD NSW members, schools and parents we are offering all SPELD NSW members an additional discount in the online store. This is a great opportunity to replenish your stocks of decodable readers for the new school year in 2022.

To access the discount simply log in to the online store using your membership details and add products to your cart.

SPELD NSW sells a selection of high quality decodable readers to support classroom teachers, learning support teachers, tutors and families.  We have put together a range of classroom packs of decodable readers that are a great resource for classrooms and learning support teams.  Please get in touch with us if you would like some advice or information about the purchase of decodable readers.

You can also download the order form and return it to us. 

Terms: The SPELD NSW Online Store Booksale offers an additional 5% off for members from 1 October 2021 – 31 October 2021. 



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