Writing Right is a children's book meant to connect with kids that struggle with dysgraphia. It follows a boy named Noah as he learns about dysgraphia and how to work through it. He and his mom find new ways of approaching difficult tasks, as well as work with an occupational therapist to help improve his skills. The following is an excerpt from the beginning of the book, as well as a few illustrations from throughout.
"Hi, I’m Noah. I have a ton of awesome ideas. I’m pretty good at describing my ideas out loud but writing them down is hard. My handwriting is not exactly the greatest, and Mom says I have trouble moving my thoughts from my head, to my hand, to the paper. I just think that I don’t know how to write right."