Henry Winkler Copes With the Fonz and Dyslexia in New Memoir

From an AP interview by Mark Kennedy headlined “Henry Winkler grapples with the Fonz and dyslexia in his entertaining new memoir”:

Henry Winkler’s memoir begins on a Tuesday morning in October 1973, at his first audition for “Happy Days.” He was almost 28 — quite a bit old for a high schooler — and struggling with something he didn’t know had a name.

“Being Henry: The Fonz… and Beyond,” released Tuesday by Celadon Books, is a breezy, inspirational story of one of Hollywood’s most beloved figures who became an unlikely TV screen icon and later a champion for those with dyslexia.