From the first edition of our book, The Dyslexic Advantage:

“Early in school most—but not all—dyslexic children will show obvious struggles with reading and spelling. (A few, whom we’ve elsewhere called stealth dyslexics, have problems so subtle or “stealthy” that they evade early detection and often only come to attention later for problems with writing or underperformance.)”

Here is the first article where we first described stealth dyslexia:

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