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This book is extremely helpful, especially when starting the journey of trying to figure things out your child's learning styles. Read morePublished 2 months ago by julz
Wow, so many different conditions overlap in how they manifest. A child could look like he has Asperger's, but actually be dyslexic? Intriguing, compassionate and helpful book.Published 13 months ago by MaddieMay
It explains all different subtleties and details like no other book in a language easy to understand for everyone. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Veronica Escudero
This is a comprehensive guide to what science knows about how the brain learns, and the problems that children encounter as they learn. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Scarlett O'Hara
Very helpful book on working with all kinds of special needs. I've shared it other teachers of regular and special needs classes.Published on January 4, 2014 by Karen S. Robbins
This book is really great at dividing up what to look for and how to help. They have broke up common mis conceptions and bring to life real life soulutionsPublished on December 7, 2013 by Onita02
All the conditions/' deficits', & interventions are very clearly explained.
A very compassionately written book : that family members, ' educators' have to look at the CHILD... Read more
The wisdom this book brings is phenomenal.
Do not forget to read also "The Dyslexic Advantage" by the same authors.
Excellent read! I will use this book as a parent and as an educator. It is a very well written resource.Published on November 8, 2013 by Julie