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June 7th, 2016
“Interview With Local Author Lorna Kaufman”

An Interview with Dr. Lorna Kaufman by Rebecca Skane of The Portsmouth Review. Read the Interview Here.


wbz May 17th, 2016
“Nightside with Dan Rea”

Reading is such a critical part of the education process. Learning to read opens up so many doors and opportunities, but sometimes even smart kids struggle with it. What can you do if your kid is having trouble mastering reading? Dr. Lorna Kaufman has been fighting for better reading instruction in our schools for years, and she joins Dan in studio to talk about what every parent should know. Listen Here.


Midwest Book ReviewMay, 2016
Smart Kid, Can’t Read Book Review”

Smart Kid, Can’t Read should be considered as an essential and critically important addition to community and academic library Educational Studies reference collections and the personal reading list of any parent with a child who is struggling in their attempt to learn how to read.” Read More.


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“Dr. Lorna Kaufman: On Reading”

An Interview with Dr. Lorna Kaufman by Michael F. Shaughnessy of Education News. Read Here.


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“The Point with Mindy Todd”

Instilling a love of reading at an early age, and how to identify and help children who are struggling to read.  Host Mindy Todd talks with two guests.  Mary Cronin teaches early childhood education and children’s literature at a number of institutions including Cape Cod Community College and Bridgewater State University.  One of her classes is called Raising a Reader and is aimed at parents, teachers, and caregivers.  Lorna Kaufman is a developmental psychologist and past president of the Massachusetts Branch of the International Dyslexia Association. She’s also the author of Smart Kid, Can’t Read. Listen Here.


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April 28th, 2016
“Even Smart Kids Struggle with Reading #ilovebooks”

Smart Kid, Can’t Read: Reading Expert Offers Sage Advice for Parents and Others Entrusted with Helping Children Who Struggle to Read. Read More.

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