"Packed to overflowing with tested and proven wisdom, insight, perspective, tips, hints, how-to; it is a must-have for every parent, teacher, Sunday School teacher, homeschool co-op leader."
Review by: Veronica Zysk, Managing Editor, Autism Asperger's Digest magazine
"A spectacular work, filled with thought-provoking wisdom that cultivates an appreciation for the positive potential inherent in every child on the autism spectrum, and practical suggestions for helping these kids shine! You're going to LOVE this book!"
Review by: June Downing, Professor Emeritus, California State University, Northridge
"Provides the same incredibly practical information as the first edition and then some . . . a very positive and upbeat state-of-the-art resource that goes well beyond including students with autism and presents solid advice on best practices for a wide range of students."
Review by: Patricia Mack-Preston, Special Education Teacher, Howard County, Maryland
"A wealth of knowledge, strategies, and resources to assist all educators in successfully understanding the value of inclusive education for all learners . . . Each chapter in this book said, 'Believe.'"
Review by: Jed Baker, Director of the Social Skills Training Project and author of No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-of-Control Behavior
"I loved this book! Respect and empathy infiltrate every chapter . . . and inform us how to appreciate and include all kids."
Review by: Cathy Pratt, Director, Indiana Resource Center for Autism; Board Chair, Autism Society
"Solid, practical, and realistic ideas . . . uplifting and extremely positive. Every teacher should have the opportunity to experience Dr. Kluth's wit, clarity and wisdom."
Review by: Brenda Smith Myles, Consultant, The Ziggurat Group
"The first edition was excellent, and whatever superlative exceeds excellent should be given to this new edition. It is simply fabulous!"
Review by: Anne M. Donnellan, Director, Autism Institute, University of San Diego
"Paula Kluth has, astonishingly enough, improved upon a unique and wonderful book. . . . Here, every page has ideas and ways to get to know and meet the unique needs of each student. You're going to love the book as I do."
Review by: Lynn Kern Koegel, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Full of great ideas and excellent strategies . . . Every teacher and parent should have multiple copies - one to keep and the rest to loan out!"
Review by: Michael McSheehan, Clinical Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Project Coordinator, Institute on Disability, Durham, NH
"Excellent! Paula brings clarity to complex issues, makes tangible the values and vision of inclusive education, and advances education toward wonderful new possibilities. Your students and colleagues are waiting for you to read this book!"