Help your school understand Learning Disabilities! Talk with administration and the learning specialist at your child’s school about the Adventures of Everyday Geniuses Book Series, and why you feel the series is an important resource for children, parents, and educators. … Continue reading
Listen to what New York Times Best Seller Debbie Macomber and other experts are saying about “The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses” book series!
Barbara Esham and daughter Lauren visit Los Angeles County Public Schools for an author visit. Barbara and Lauren shared the honor of reading from The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses!
Barbara Esham has an IQ of 130, but often gets lost while driving. She mastered high-level math with ease, but has trouble remembering basic spelling rules. She calls herself “spicy” — a term she created to describe exceptionally smart people … Continue reading
They just couldn’t get enough of David and Carolyn’s imagination, so they invited us to host a creativity session at their annual conference. To learn more about this Association visit their site.
Little did Carolyn know that her story would one day be reviewed by the American Library Association Booklist. Read what they have to say about Stacey Coolidge’s Fancy Smancy Handwritting!
We are very excited to announce that If Your So Smart How Come You Cant Spell Mississippi and Last to Finish, A Story About the Smartest Boy in Math Class has received a 2008 Parents’ Choice Recommended Award. In addition Stacey and Max received … Continue reading