Use this alphabetical index to find authors whose books have been reviewed for the Harried Parent's Book Club.
Gallagher, Peggy A.
Book Reviewed: Brothers and Sisters: A Special Part of Exceptional Families (with Thomas H. Powell and Cheryl A. Rhodes)
Bio from the Author's Site: "Peggy Gallagher, Ph.D., is Professor, Department Chair, & Director, Project SCEIs (Skilled, Credentialed Early Interventionists)."
Author's Site: http://education.gsu.edu/epse/1684.html
George, Elizabeth L.
Book Reviewed: The Bipolar Teen (with David J. Miklowitz, Ph.D.)
Bio from the Back of the Book: "Elizabeth L. George, PhD, is coinvestigator with Dr. Miklowitz on the Colorado Family Project and a psychologist with a private practice based in Boulder, Colorado."
Giangreco, Michael F.
Book Reviewed: Quick-Guides to Inclusion (with Mary Beth Doyle)
Bio from the Author's Site: "I am a Professor at The University of Vermont (UVM). I am assigned to the Department of Education and the Center on Disability and Community Inclusion. My professional interests focus on how to plan, adapt, coordinate, implement, and evaluate educational programs and services for students with disabilities who are included in general education classrooms."
Author's Site: http://www.uvm.edu/~cdci/archives/mgiangre/
Girma, Jill Schoenberg
Book Reviewed: Journal Buddies
Bio from the Author's Site: "Jill Schoenberg was born and raised in St. Cloud, Minnesota. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Youth Studies and Sociology from the University of Minnesota and loves to create exciting, fun and engaging journaling tools, articles and resources for kids, parents and teachers. She is passionate about empowering young people to understand and strengthen their self-esteem, creative talents and life-skills."
Author's Site: http://journalbuddies.com/
Glasberg, Beth A.
Book Reviewed: Siblings of Children With Autism (with Sandra L. Harris)
Bio from the Back Page: "Beth A. Glasberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D is the Coordinator for the Masters Program in Applied Psychology, Behavior Analysis Concentration at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ. She is also the Director of Glasberg Behavioral Consulting Services, LLC, which supports individuals in their social, academic, and behavioral skill development. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and two-time recipient of The Lebec Prize for Research in Autism."
Books Reviewed: 101 Reasons to Avoid Ritalin Like the Plague, Inner Wealth Initiative, Transforming the Difficult Child, and Transforming the Difficult Child: True Stories of Triumph.
Bio from the Back of 101 Reasons: "Howard Glasser, M.A. (New York University, 1974), is the Executive Director of the Children's Success Foundation in Tucson, Arizona. He is former director and clinical supervisor of Center for the Difficult Child, also in Tucson. ... Although he has done extensive doctoral work in the fields of Clinical Psychology and Educational Leadership, he believes his own years as a difficult child contribute the most to his understanding of the needs of challenging children and to the success of his approach."
Author's Site: http://difficultchild.com/
Books Reviewed: Ready to Learn
Bio from the Author's Site: "For more than 25 years I taught, provided therapy, researched, and published in the areas of learning, change, loss, and end of life issues. I have published six books, written numerous articles and delivered more than 100 lectures and workshops throughout the United States, Latin America and Asia."
Author's Site: stangoldbergwriter.com/
Book Reviewed: Person-Centered Planning Made Easy (with Steve Holburn and Peter M. Vietze)
Bio from the Back of the Book: "Anne Gordon, M.S.Ed., is a Research Scientist, New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities, Staten Island, New York."
Book Reviewed: Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships (with Sean Barron)
Bio from the Back Cover: "New York Times' "Best-Selling" author 2004-2005 for Animals in Translation, considered "groundbreaking" because her history as a person with autism and her professional training as a Ph.D. in animal science have given her a perspective about animals like no other expert in the field. Author of Thinking in Pictures and Emergence: Labeled Autistic, which transformed the world's perception of autism spectrum disorders. Associate Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University."
Author's Site: www.templegrandin.com/