Review: The Midwest Book Review Education Shelf
February 2010 Bookwatch
Review: Reference and Research Book News
August 2009 issue
Review: Midwest Book Review, California Bookwatch
"From applying the latest research to everyday teaching practices to using assessment techniques for each of a child's languages, and using the curriculum to foster learning, <i>One Child, Two Languages</i> is a powerful tool."
Review by: Janice Myck-Wayne, Assistant Professor, California State University, Fullerton
"An informative, well written and practical book for early childhood educators . . . a worthy contribution to the field. Tabors presents a well researched, concise, informative and timely book on a subject that needs much attention."
Review by: Elizabeth Peña, Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Texas at Austin
"Relevant, timely, and practical . . . I recommend this book for teachers of young children and for anyone interested in second language learning in early childhood."
Review by: David Dickinson, Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Teaching and Learning, Vanderbilt University
"The book that all early childhood students and professionals who work with young children must read . . . should be owned by all prospective and current teachers of young children."
Review by: Sheffner Hammer Carol, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Penn State University
"A comprehensive resource for educating young bilingual children . . . truly valuable."
Review by: Andrea DeBruin-Parecki, Associate Professor, Early Childhood, Old Dominion University
"Enhanced to provide future and practicing teachers with more effective research-based practical examples . . . useful to those who work in classrooms with children who speak one language other than English as well as those in classrooms with children of many different language backgrounds."
Review by: Fred Genesee, McGill University
"Even better than the first edition. It provides innumerable practical suggestions, with back-up from research, for early childhood educators and trainers of early childhood educators on all aspects of the early education of ELLs."
Review by: Karen Stanley, Birth-Kindergarten Coordinator, UNC-Pembroke
"Comments from students are consistently positive about this text! They express appreciation for the practical approach of the author, the glimpses into real classrooms and lives of young children learning English, and strategies that work."
Review by: Karen A. Carrier, Associate Professor, Literacy Education; Coordinator, Project QUILL, Northern Illinois University
"A complete view of the needs of young children learning English as a second language . . . My students can easily relate the principles and strategies that Tabors presents to their own clinical learning experiences."
Review by: Sonia Soltero, Associate Professor and Director, Bilingual-Bicultural Education Program, DePaul University
"An important contribution to the field that will provide valuable insights into how best to address the needs of linguistically and culturally diverse children and their families in the early years."