Omari describes the book as a ‘huge accomplishment’ as he believes it achieves his mission ‘to bring people together through food without harming animals’. 
“But I’m also proving to myself and others that anything is possible,” he told his followers. 
“I was labelled as dyslexic and told that I wasn’t bright enough to do my SATs. My mum wasn’t having that [so] she registered me as homeschooled and we went hard because she believed in me. 
“Now look, I’m the author of my own cookbook Omari McQueen Best Bites. It took a lot of hard work, grammar and spellchecks. I have my own show on CBBC; I have been acknowledged around the world and supported by all you amazing people.” 
This video is about the journey of Sam, a Nottingham Trent University Journalism student and the support she received whilst at university from Clarion UK through her mentor Amanda 
For teenagers with dyslexia, every class can be a struggle because they all involve some aspect of reading and spelling. Dyslexia is also connected to some social, emotional and behavioural issues. Take a look at this visual guide to see how dyslexia can affect a teens daily life at school. 
I'm a really rotten reader the worst in all the class, the sort of rotten reader that makes you want to laugh. 
I'm last in all the readin' tests, my score's not on the page and when I read to teacher she gets in such a rage. 
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