Below is an example of an early decodable book for a dyslexic student, written by my ghost author, Puxa the cat. My student was then reading single-syllable words with four syllable types (open, closed, silent e, and double vowels or ‘vowel teams’), with some use of -ing and -ed suffixes. I was experimenting with the font and spacing to improve his fluency, so you may notice the extra gaps between words. Eventually I dropped the additional spacing because he was more distressed by the extra pages than he was about focusing on accuracy. As we worked on these skills, his accuracy improved anyway.
This story is the second in a series about Puxa helping her boy get money for a field trip. The first paragraph sums up previous events. Puxa is helpful in some stories, but other times she is a nuisance. (Sorry, Puxa!) Although Puxa is an outdoor cat (her family is as allergic to her as I am!), she manages to sneak in the house whenever necessary to help her boy. Or seek revenge….