Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) August 15, 2008
As the back-to-school season has blossomed upon us the bumpybooks series is being utilized by educators and parents around the country to give all those challenged readers a head start on reading mastery. The news of these multi-sensory reading aides has started to make its way throughout the media- especially in the New York media circuit. As local media continues to profile these ground breaking reading manuals, it is certainly the hope of the creators, Ann Edwards and Karen Goldberg, that national media takes a footing in highlighting these books.
Edwards and Goldberg, the creators of bumpybooks, are focused on bringing their books to the masses in a manner to strengthen the awareness of their creation while at the same time offering support to millions of troubled readers. Dyslexia remains a primary focus of these profound books are founded in the clinically proven Orton-Gillingham methods to help even the most severe readers hampered by dyslexia to begin a long lasting and enjoyable life of reading and writing.
Credibility in the success of bumpybooks is not an issue for any skeptics since the author, Ann Edwards, is an accredited fellow of the Orton-Gillingham Institute, and the late agent for the works of Dr. Seuss, Jed Mattes also held enormous affection for the book. When asked his opinion on the bumpybooks series Mattes was emphatic in stating his adulation. "Bumpybooks is the first new product I've encountered [which has] the capacity to be a genuine, long-term phenomenon in the children's reading development world. I consider it to be an authentically revolutionary concept and that it has great value in the publishing, merchandising and education fields."
To have such a regarded Literary Agent as Jed Mattes staking his name in association with bumpybooks is not only a great honor for this Brooklyn, NY based company but it also shows the enormity by which bumpybooks will revolutionize the reading development, merchandising and educational fields.
Recently having to sieve through media requests from around the country, the public continues to want to know more about bumpybooks. Especially how they can help even the most disadvantaged reader become a seasoned pro. Bumpybooks have been a mainstay in all of the New York City Libraries as well as having made their way into the hands of educators around the country. From early reading teachers to special education coordinators the desire to utilize this patented and ground-breaking reading manual is astounding.
So much so that Edwards is fast at work developing the styling and formatting in the next book of their acclaimed series, while Goldberg continues to design the graphic elements. From Public and Private schools, libraries, Montessori Schools, Nursery and Pre-Kindergarten Schools, Speech and Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and more have found the importance and vitality of utilizing bumpybooks in the pursuit of teaching challenged readers the wonders of reading and writing.
Having a basis laid through the concepts of Orton-Gillingham the bumpybooks will no doubt become a foundational element in all school systems as they learn of these instructional books and bring them to their students. Originally designed for: beginning readers (Ages 3 and up), dyslexic students, the visually impaired, children with sensory issues, learning disabled, home schooled, and any student who is struggling with reading and/or sound association, there is quickly becoming another facet of readers running to their copy of bumpybooks.
Recently, those who are looking to learn for themselves how to teach others reading are utilizing bumpybooks as their manual of choice. Simply stated, bumpybooks not only teach others how to become proficient readers and writers, but they also teach others how to teach reading and writing for themselves.
Bumpybooks currently are utilized all throughout the country by well-informed parents and instructors. Using all five senses to encapsulate a total learning process of reading and writing, by repeatedly tracing and feeling the bumps on each letter of the alphabet, as they see, hear, and say each letter, children will use all the senses to master the basic elements necessary to read. As an innovative manual for those looking to teach others to read, bumpybooks is firm in its proclamation of reforming the teaching of reading, and has been placed by many as the foremost manual for such efforts.
The creators of bumpybooks, Ann Edwards and Karen Goldberg are continuously being interviewed regarding their bumpybooks and have been seen on network television throughout the New York City area. As business grows and interested parties appear from throughout the U.S and Abroad, all inquires for interviews, product statements, and appearances are being handled by Ann Edwards, while the two simultaneously prepare to launch other works in their bumpybooks series.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release contact Ann Edwards at 718.238.2784 or visit http://www.bumpybooks.com