"Exceptional!" -- Today's Books, Best Reads, May 27, 2002<br /><br />"Buy this one quickly! I've re-read it twice and still find 'new' nuggets to ponder. What a gem!" -- Beth's Library, October, 2002<br /><br />"From parents to teachers to camp counselors, this is a great guide for any educator." -- Bookpage, August, 2002<br /><br />"The list of resources available is of good quality and will be reused many times in our household." -- Outlook, Minnesota Council for the Gifted & Talented, July/August, 2002<br /><br />"A must read for any home schooling parents and useful for any teacher of gifted students." --Joni Lawver, Nebraska Association for the Gifted Newsletter, Fall, 2002<br /><br />"...incorporates a wealth of best practice research and advice from home schooling veterans." -- Gifted and Talented International, Fall, 2002<br /><br />"This work will become a major resource for parents and educators of the gifted." -- Gifted Education News-Page, Volume II, Number 6<br /><br />Winner of the 2003 Glyph Award! -- Glyph Awards!<br /><br />"A solid, accessible, 'user friendly' guide packed with advice, information, ideas, and insights on homeschooling especially gifted children" --Midwest Book Review, Spring, 2002
About the Author
Lisa Rivero is a freelance writer who began home schooling her bright son when he was not thriving in school. She has taught intense and creative learners in elementary classrooms and now leads a book discussion group for home schooled children.