Dyslexia Series-Disabled Legend Victor Villasenor

Victor Villasenor was born in 1940. Victor is an American fiction and non-fiction author. Victor works center on the Mexican American experience. Victor’s 1991 book Rain of Gold, a New York Times bestseller, describes the roots of his family. Victor’s works are often taught in American schools. Victor has gone on to write Thirteen Senses: A Memoir, a continuation of Rain of Gold and Burro Genius: A Memoir that describes his own life. He has also written screenplays. “First of all, I’d like you to know that dyslexia is a gift. It allowed me to see patterns that other people couldn’t see. In high school, it was very difficult at first for me to learn how to play chess, but then once I learned, I quickly became the best chess player at our whole school, even beating our faculty and some of them thought they were great chess players.”

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