Review by: Brian A. Goldstein, Temple University
"A rare broad and deep treatment of the myriad issues surrounding language and literacy development and disorders in bilingual children . . . an indispensable resource."
Review by: Geva Eshter, Professor, Chair, Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
"Balanced and useful . . . synthesize[s] in an accessible, well-informed, and practical manner what is known about typical and impaired bilingual and second language learning in children."
Review by: Jeff MacSwan, Arizona State University
"[The authors] expertly review and integrate current research on bilingual language development . . . informing the critical perceptions and decisions of SLPs and educators working with a wide variety of bilingual child profiles."
Review: The Midwest Book Review - California Bookwatch
"From making decisions on schooling options to applying assessment strategies to diagnose language issues, this is packed with real-world answers to common problems."