Monthly Archives: September 2016

When is Adore, Not a Door?: Homophones and Homographs

Some readers may be familiar with the riddle: when is a door not a door? If you are unfamiliar with it, well, a door is not a door when it is ajar. All joking aside, riddles and puns permeate our … Continue reading

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Further Reading

  Reading in the Brain┬áby┬áStanislas Dehaene This book is a great overview of the science surrounding our contemporary knowledge of reading and brain science. At times it may seem challenging, however, Stanislas Dehaene expertly brings in review and peppers the … Continue reading

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