Reading Is Easier with the Dyslexic Font from Overdrive

OverDrive is the only US eBook provider to offer a dyslexic font option as a reading setting. Select this option in the OverDrive app, Libby, browser-based OverDrive Read, and at the OverDrive website.

Standard typefaces are often difficult to read for people with dyslexia as the letters are hard to differentiate and words tend to jumble together. The dyslexic font, or dyslexie, is designed so that each letter is unique. Letters and words have extra distance between them to combat reversal and flipping of letters. Additionally, capital letters are bolder to help readers see where new sentences begin. With dyslexie, more readers can focus on finding and enjoying their next great read.

From the Setting Page go to "Display Options", and select Dyslexic Font to turn on.