We are absolutely loving our read aloud book Fish in a Tree. It's a quality read about a girl, Ally, who has dyslexia. She is a master at hiding her struggles, but she is always left feeling dumb when other kids around her can read. Whether we have dyslexia or not, we can relate to Ally while she tries to fit in. The moral of the story is differences are valuable and highly important. We can't wait to see how this story turns out for Ally and her fabulous friends Albert and Keisha in Mr. Daniel's sixth grade class.