(2022) Review of “The Out-of-Sync Child,” 3rd ed., at Epidemic Answers

Patricia S. Lemer, M.Ed., LPC, says, “Carol has updated her guidebook to help a new generation of caregivers and educators discover and understand what could be a missing piece of their children’s complicated puzzle…. Even if you already have [an earlier version], you need this one, too.”  Click to read the review  (on the website of Epidemic Answers at www.epidemicanswers.org).

(2022) Review of the new 3rd edition of “The Out-of-Sync Child”

Lelanie Brewer, of Sensory Integration Education, says, “Overall, it is great to see this old favourite book updated with new terminology and I cannot recommend it enough to anyone who has an involvement with an individual with Sensory Processing differences.”  Read her review of the 3rd edition of The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Differences.

(2021) A fun way to get kids moving!

Lindsey Biel, OTR/L, says, “These mini-moves provide sensory, perceptual, and motor ‘snacks’ that feed kids day after day in a fun and easy way!”

(2021) “A Year of Mini-Moves” makes life easier (and more fun)!

Kelly Beins, BHSc, OTR/L, says, “What a great way to help people translate ideas into real life! Screen-free so kids can connect with their bodies, and the format makes it simple and practical for parents or therapists to implement! It’s easily adaptable too, which I appreciate as a therapist AND a parent. This is sure to be a go-to resource for many!”

(2016) New ‘Must-Read’ Books for Adults about Their Special Needs, by Nancy Schatz Alton

Published September 30, on www.ParentMap.com.

Kranowitz gives readers a new term to love: extrasensory grace, which “arrives when individuals with SPD learn to love their quirky selves and discover what they are meant to do and do well.”Read more

(2016) “The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up,” reviewed by Lorna d’Entremont

Published October 6, on Sentio Life Solutions, Special Needs Book Review

Are YOU the parents of a teen with sensory processing disorder, SPD? Are you constantly asking yourself, worrying and wondering if your child as he approaches adulthood will struggle with his sensory issues forever? What could you, his parents, do to help him develop well enough to function smoothly in daily life as an adult? The team at Special Needs Book Review highly recommends The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up.

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(2011) Resources for Early Childhood Motor Development, by Lorna d’Entremont

Published February 10, on Sentio Life Solutions /Special Needs Book Review.

During one of my  Coffee Klatch tweetchats, I featured Joye Newman and Carol Kranowitz, authors of Growing an In-Sync Child: Simple, Fun Activities to Help Every Child Develop, Learn, and Grow. Did you know that early childhood motor development is the foundation for a child’s physical, emotional, and academic success? Early childhood motor development refers to a child’s ability to move and control his body. During the tweetchat, we discussed how even skipping, rolling, balancing and jumping can make a world of difference for our children.
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(2010) Children’s Book on SPD: “The Goodenoughs Get In Sync,” by Lorna d’Entremont

(2013) “In-Sync Activity Cards” among Ten Top SPD Books for Parents and Teachers

(2011) Review of “Growing an In-Sync Child” and “In-Sync Activity Cards,” by Lorna d’Entremont