A Sampling of Books by Edenridge Press

Foreign Languages for Everyone:  How I Learned to Teach Second Languages to Students with Learning Disabilities

Irene Brouwer Konyndyk, with forewords by Lynn E. Snyder and Marjorie Hall Haley

This groundbreaking book is based on Irene Brouwer Konyndyk’s years of teaching foreign languages effectively to students with learning disabilities. The goal of serving at-risk students became highly personal for Irene when she realized that her own daughter had a learning disability but could succeed academically with the right combination of multisensory learning experiences. Read more at the author’s website.

“This book is about how I learned to teach a second language to those who either have failed before or were not really given a chance to succeed. I wrote it to help others to be smart, productive teachers of foreign languages to students with learning disabilities. The book called me. My life journey prepared and inspired me to write it.” — Irene Brouwer Konyndyk, from her preface

“This book is a conduit for students, teachers, and teacher educators—a carefully guided path to making language learning not only possible, but meaningful and fun!” — Marjorie Hall Haley, PhD, Board of Directors of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), Director of Foreign Language Teacher Licensure, George Mason University, from her foreword

 

Free Press in Freehand BookA Free Press in Freehand: The Spirit of American Blogging in the Handwritten Newspapers of John McClean Harrington 1858-1869

Michael Ray Smith, with an introduction by Roy Atwood, President and Senior Fellow of Humanities, New Saint Andrews College, and a preface by Quentin J. Schultze, Professor of Communication at Calvin College

Published in both hardcover and paper. This is the first book to locate the origins of American blogging in nineteenth-century handwritten newspapers. Includes extensive illustrations of the original, handwritten papers. Of special interest to Civil War researchers and buffs. Endorsed by many leading journalism historians. Read more at Amazon.