British Journal of Educational Psychology
[this book] will undoubtedly be of interest and of use to parent and teachers of children with NLD and/or other disorders. The content provides an interesting and informative insight into one mother's devoted work on her child's disorder.
Pamela Tanquay writes from the heart (she too is a parent of a child with NvLD) though she clearly grasps the subtle, complex and challenging features of NvLD. It describes the most practical of approaches to the debilitating syndrome. This is an excellent companion to her other text: Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at Home: a Parent's guide, with a forword by Byron Rourke FRSC. Both are highly readable, practical texts on NvLD. This book should be on the shelf of every Senco, teacher of specific needs and diagnostician.