I have severe dyslexia which means that for the majority of chess books I find it very difficult to accurately read games (although having a board does help). My favorite chess book when I was younger was Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess (which I am sure many of you have picked up at one time or another); its visual style really appealed to someone with my particular difficulties. Is there a series of chess books, or an author/website which uses a similar purely visual method to tackle the more in-depth aspects of chess?
Since you have yet to receive any answers involving books, perhaps my earlier comment may serve as an actual answer: these days, for those like yourself working through obstacles like severe dyslexia, there is an ever-growing body of video-based chess instruction materials that could be well-suited visual alternatives to typical chess book fare.
Don't know if you are still looking for books, but if you are there are a couple that fit your bill.
The method that was used in Bobby Fischer Teaches chess is called programmed instruction.
There are two books that use that method. One is called The Chess Tutor: Elements of Combinations and the other is called The Genesis of Power Chess: Effective Winning Technique for Strategy and Tactics. Both are by Leslie Ault.
Leslie Ault was involved in the writing of Bobby Fischer Teaches chess as well.