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This is the home of Dr. Phyllis Fischer’s research-based, multisensory reading-decoding program, Concept Phonics, a classroom-tested, efficient, economical way to achieve breakthrough success with beginning readers.  We publish materials in:

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Kim Ramsey’s Stories from Somerville Readers and Comprehension Workbooks are now available as pdf downloads!

These stories have several unique features:

This cleverly written collection of 75 engaging stories introduces phonetic skills and patterns sequentially in an order compatible with most Orton-Gillingham phonics programs.

Now get both readers and their comprehension
 workbooks as pdf downloads for less than $50.
(That’s $20 below the cost of the printed set!)

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Stories from Somerville

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End-of-School-Year Special!

Until July 31, use coupon code 0616 to get

15% off

the price of any retail order from us.

This applies to all our printed publications and downloadable pdfs (but not to ebooks, which we do not sell directly).  

Recommended summer reading:

Math through the Ages: A Gentle History, 2nd Edition, which a prominent reviewer calls “a treasure, one of the best history of math books at its level ever written…. [T]he 30 sketches are small gems of exposition that stimulate further exploration.”

Legacy of the Blue Heron: Living with Learning Disabilities, a warm, insightful, first-hand account by Harry Sylvester.  The library journal CHOICE says, “This book is a must-read for those who want to rely on ‘more than numbers’ to see that children and adults with severe reading problems can be successful.”

Expanded Second Edition of
Math through the Ages,

co-published with
the Mathematical Association of America

— a hardbound book with the same text material as the paperback Second Edition plus 64 pages of Questions and Projects.

more about Math through the Ages

Adoptions of this book for fall courses are taking off!  
If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s well worth a look.  Call or email us now for a 30-day examination  copy.