When Darrel Jenerson found out his daughter was dyslexic, he wanted to give her a little treat. She was upset, as anyone would be. She’d have to take extra tutoring and would experience a tougher time learning how to read, write, and do math. The Jenerson family isn’t exceptionally wealthy, so Darrel used an IKEA bookshelf to show his daughter just how much he loved her. When we heard what Darrel did with an IKEA bookshelf, we asked him to come into our studio to show us just exactly how he did it.
Darrel showed us three different ways to make this shelf so much more special for his dyslexic daughter.
Here’s the IKEA bookshlef Darrel brought in.
Lean to the side
First, Darrel took the bookshelf and leaned it to the side.