[amazon asin=1585428280&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 1: Val Walker, author of The Art of Comforting.
Topic: What to say and do for people in distress.
Issues: What makes a person comforting? What do you do if the person you’re comforting resists your efforts? Using art, writing, and words as to comfort and heal.


[amazon asin=0399535241&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 2: Diane Frankenstein, author of Reading Together.
Topic: Everything you need to know to raise a child who loves to read.
Issues: Guidelines for selecting appropriate books for all ages and reading abilities; how to support your child’s reading skills; helping child decide what to read.


[amazon asin=0615152767&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 3: Harold Levinson, author of Smart But Feeling Dumb.
Topic: New understanding and dramatic treatment for dyslexia, learning disabilities, and ADD.
Issues: The discovery that dyslexia is not just about reading difficulties—it’s part of a syndrome that includes hundreds of symptoms (ADD, phobias, and more); scientific proof that all these conditions can be treated with a simple, over-the-counter motion sickness remedy.