Tag Archives: Book Review

Book Review: The SLP’s Handbook for Inclusive School Practices

by Jenn Alcorn, CCC-SLP Inclusion is one of those topics that either excites or frightens the involved parties.  I have been exposed to inclusion since I was in grad school and I loved the idea of it!  My involvement in … Continue reading


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Book Review: Late, Lost and Unprepared

Book by:  Joyce Cooper-Kahn, PhD and Laurie Dietzel, PhD Book Review by:  Rachel Jones, CCC-SLP I am child number 3 out of four children, and both of my brothers, in their own way, struggle with executive functioning. My older brother … Continue reading


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Retro Baby: A Book Review

by Dana Moore, OTR/L If you have ever read my blog, then you know that I am a STRONG advocate for bringing back the good ol’ childhood days.  The days when kids would play, you know – with actual toys, … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Two New Children’s Books for Halloween Reviewed in the New York Times – ‘Crankenstien’ and ‘Zombelina’

[Source:  The New York Times] For parents, the scariest thing about Halloween is the lurking question: When kids choose their Halloween costumes, are they choosing their alter egos — or revealing their true selves? In two new picture books, “Crankenstein,” … Continue reading


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Book Review: “How Katie Got a Voice”

by Joleen Fernald, MA, CCC-SLP Pat Mervine’s book, How Katie Got a Voice is a treasure in many ways. Katie is a new student at an elementary school where everyone has a nickname based on their gifts and strengths. Katie, whose … Continue reading


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