How to Teach Your Baby to Read: The Gentle Revolution

How to Teach Your Baby to Read: The Gentle Revolution

Paperback Gentle Revolution

By (author) Glenn J. Doman, By (author) Janet Doman

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  • Publisher: Avery Publishing Group Inc.,U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 288 pages
  • Dimensions: 137mm x 208mm x 23mm | 386g
  • Publication date: 1 July 1994
  • Publication City/Country: Wayne
  • ISBN 10: 0895295970
  • ISBN 13: 9780895295972
  • Edition: Revised
  • Edition statement: Revised edition

Product description

This bestselling classic--with more than one million copies sold in hardcover--illustrates just how easy it is for children to learn to read. Doman shows clearly, and illustrates with fascinating case histories, just how to teach young children to read--and what a great benefit early reading is to both children and their parents.

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Editorial reviews

The hand that rocked the cradle should be teaching the very young child to read by the time he is two. Certainly, as in all cyclical changes, we are back to Montessori and again ahead as currently we are jettisoning the prohibition of twenty years ago - "not before second grade." Mr. Doman is a member of a neurological team which has done research-and-practice work at the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential, at first working primarily with brain-injured children (previously diagnosed as deficient or psychotic). Before very long they found that brain-injured children learned very quickly and they also discovered "what was wrong with well children." They were wasting the crucial 1-5 years, the desire and the ability to learn everything as quickly as possible. It not only can be done, but it is being done, and Mr. Doman concludes with showing how in a basic demonstration of the techniques, along with a bibliography of 40 beginner books. He also has supportive evidence in other areas. (Kirkus Reviews)