Book Reviews on Special Needs and Disability Topics

Are you looking for book reviews on special needs and disability topics? Have you bought stacks of books, only to be disappointed by some of them? Are you tired of spending time and money you don't have, trying to find the information you need? Do you wish there was a resource that can check out these titles for you, to save you hours and hours of time? Here it is. We have done the work for you.

These candid evaluations provide such information as:

the credentials of the author,

the contents of the book,

how readable and user-friendly it is,

the audience we think it will help - parents, teachers, people with special needs,

our rating on a scale of 1 to 5 stars,

and the bottom line - whether we recommend the book.

Find reviews on topics of autism, sensory integration, Asperger's syndrome, learning disabilities, inclusive education and much more.

A QUEST For Social Skills,
For Students With Autism or Asperger’s

Sensational Journeys: 48 Personal Stories of
Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensitive Sam

What I Wish I’d Known About Raising
A Child With Autism

Autism & Reading Comprehension:
Ready-to-Use Lessons for Teachers

Starting Sensory Therapy:
Fun Activities for the Home and Classroom

Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses:
The Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide

The Child With Autism at Home & in the Community

The Child With Autism Learns About Faith

My Friend with Autism, Enhanced Edition

Asperger's in Pink for Raising (or being!) a Girl with Aspergers:
A Mother and Daughter Guidebook

Asperger's on the Job: must-have advice for people with Asperger's or high-functioning autism and their employers, educators and advocates

Behavior Solutions for the Inclusive Classroom

How Do I Teach This Kid to Read: teaching literacy skills to young children with autism, from phonics to fluency

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