Learning My Way I’m a Winner Swenson and Kunz 1986 This is part of a series on helping children cope with social situations, friendship, and other minefields of life. This book walks children through the diagnosis and treatment of learning
Understanding and Helping the Retarded Reader Strang 1965 Submitter: My local library has a small section on education help. Here is an ancient book from the proceedings of a conference on reading problems held in 1962. Scholarly, and not much
Mental Retardation Dunbar 1978 Some books are just obvious. This came to me from an alert media specialist weeding her elementary school collection. I also found copies in quite a few public libraries. Yes we can debate the use of
Preserving Special Education for Those Who Need It Lieberman 1988 Special Educator’s Guide to Regular Education Lieberman 1986 Submitter: These are books 2 and 3 in a series that also included Preventing Special Education for Those Who Don’t Need It.
The Church: The Gifted and Retarded Child Kemp 1957 Given the date of this publication I am impressed that someone was actually addressing special needs children. Although this book might be important in a religious education collection, it really doesn’t
Music Activities for retarded children a handbook for teachers and parents Ginglend 1965 Another ALB spy sent this lovely book to us. Think of it as a companion title to the crafts book! Thankfully, it has been weeded from the
Crafts for Retarded: Through their hands they shall learn McNiece 1964 Some librarian spies from the west sent along this wonderful title to ALB. I am not quite sure of the craft on the front, but the spies sent along
Creative Recreation for the Mentally Retarded Amary 1975 Thank you to the anonymous submitter for this one! Wow. I’m going to assume that most librarians do not think this is a good choice for today’s shelves. Here’s a great