The Book

Rethink Reading Strategies:
Teaching Children with Learning Differences
to Read in 14 Days, Really!

Is your child struggling with reading?  You know they are smart and have the ability to achieve, but are not progressing. National Assessment reports 67% of all fourth-graders in the United States scored below proficient. Rethink Reading Strategies has identified revolutionary ways to reconsider how reading is taught to children with learning disabilities or children who are still struggling in reading and comprehension.

Explaining why writing comes before reading and how storytelling is the basis for comprehension strategies; the book provides a new framework, ideas, and practical ways for parents and teachers to help children become proficient readers in just 14 days, Really!

Richard Lederer

The pages of Dr. Stone’s wise and caring Rethink Reading Strategies glow with the author’s passion to change the world, one child at a time.

Richard Lederer, Ph.D.
Author of The Gift of Age

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Ken Blanchard

I have always been a big believer in catching people doing things right, which is one reason I love this book. Dr. Suki Stone’s brilliant teaching concepts acknowledge that children with learning differences don’t need to be “fixed”—they need to be recognized for what they can do. This recognition is the first step toward success in both teaching and learning. Rethink Reading Strategies is a priceless gift for parents, for educators, and especially for children who happen to learn differently.

Ken Blanchard, Ph.D.
Coauthor of The One Minute Manager® and
Leading at a Higher Level
Mike Reiss

Suki Stone wants to get America reading; both parents and teachers should start with this fascinating, valuable book. This book could get kids away from television and back to reading books, which is bad news for TV writers like me. My four siblings are all teachers, and they’re each getting a copy of this important book for Christmas.”

Mike Reiss
Emmy-winning Writer/Producer “The Simpsons”