The latest stammering books and more
Read what our team of volunteer reviewers think of the latest stammering books and more.
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A review of Alan J Hill's A Boy Called Arsenal, the true story of a man coming to terms with autism, which touches upon his stammer too.
Jack from our volunteer review team gives his opinion on the book 'Fighting To Speak: Rugby, Rage & Redemption, by Mark Jones.
Volunteer John Russell reviews the new book 'A Stuttering revolution: Don't fix your stutter, fix your life' by Paul Gaskin.
Sarah Moriarty from our volunteer book review team reviews 'Do Animals Stammer?', a new book for young children by 7 year-old Arthur Minella.
Sarah from our volunteer team reviews a new children's book about a goat who builds confidence with his stammer.
A review of the book 'Compelling Speech: The Stammering Enigma' by Sean Bw Parker.
A new children's book by Steven Steinfeld all about his mother Ettie, who lived life to the full with a stammer. Read a review.
We review the new book Franky Banky in Tales of Mischief, Mayhem and Mirth. Plus, your chance to win a copy.
Library book: A guide — from a medical model of disability perspective — to the evidence, theories and practical issues associated with 'recovery' from stammering in early childhood and into adolescence.
A review of the book 'Parts of Speech: One family, three generations of stammerers', by Tony Millett.
John Russell from our volunteer book review team tells us what he thought about 'Every Waking Moment: The Journey to Take Back My Life from the Trauma and Stigma of Stuttering' by Christopher Anderson.
On International Stammering Awareness Day, an immersive event in London based on a book of poems gave audiences a unique insight in what it's like to stammer. We went to check it out.