Dutton’s I Can Hear You Whisper: An Intimate Journey through the Science of Sound and Language by science writer and mother Lydia Denworth launched last week with a terrific feature in the NYT “Science Times” section. This was followed by a fascinating and moving segment on CBS This Morning, in which Contributor Lee Woodruff (whose own daughter was born with hearing loss) interviewed both Denworth and her son Alex. In a review on Sunday, The Washington Post raved, “Writing with clarity and style, Denworth serves as a capable guide to a world that few with full hearing are fully aware of.” The book is included in this month’s Vanity Fair, and People, Parents, Scientific American Mind, and Princeton Alumni Weekly have all confirmed reviews as week. Lydia will continue her launch with a 16-city radio satellite tour, interviews on WNYC’S Leonard Lopate Show, WHYY’s Radio Times and SiriusXM, as well as events in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Philadelphia and South Hadley, MA, the latter three in conjunction with the Clarke School for Hearing and Speech.