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Thursday, March 05, 2009

WORKING WITH TROUBLED CHILDREN by James M. Kauffman & Frederick J. Brigham

Full Court Press
Verona, Wisconsin
Genre: Nonfiction/Behavioral Science
Rating: Good
ISBN: 1578616786, $19.00, 162 pp.

"A commonsense book for parents and teachers alike, with ideas that can be easily implemented anywhere. The authors identify three, key elements for success in working with troubled children: early identification of behavioral problems, scientifically sound instruction in responding to these behaviors, and the ability to predict or anticipate behavioral problems before they occur."

The authors, James M. Kauffman and Frederick J. Brigham, are highly qualified to write about behavioral disorders. They have presented "Working with Troubled Children" in a simple, straightforward manner. The book is well organized, informative and well edited. If you’re interested in this problem, you may find the book of interest.

Kaye Trout - March 5, 2009