Page 1

FALL 2013










Professional books and curricula to help all students succeed


CONTENTS SPECIAL EDUCATION / INCLUSION . . . . . . . 3 Classroom Planning IEPs. . . . . . . . . Co-Teaching . . . . Disability References Inclusion Strategies .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

3 4 5 6 7

AUTISM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Paula Kluth . . . . . . . SCERTS . . . . . . . . Family Support . . . . . Academic & Social Skills

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

10 12 13 14

BEHAVIOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY / MENTAL HEALTH . . 19 LEARNING DISABILITIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 READING AND LITERACY . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Early Literacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Vocabulary/Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Adolescent Literacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

MATH AND SCIENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 SCREENING AND ASSESSMENT . . . . . . . . 32 CLASS . . . . . . . TPRI & Tejas LEE . NSS . . . . . . . . Alternate Assessment

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

32 34 36 38

TRANSITION AND EMPLOYMENT . . . . . . . 39 Transition Strategies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 College & Career Readiness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

ADMINISTRATOR RESOURCES . . . . . . . . . 45 FOR FACULTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Reading & Math . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Inclusion & Disabilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

ORDER FORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Take our fast e-book survey & you could win a Visa gift card! See page 44.





order form on page 51 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK:



Everything You Need to Organize, Manage, and Monitor Your Classroom


By Cindy Golden, Ed.D.

“Everything a [teacher] needs to set up a classroom.” —Belva Collins, Ed.D., University of Kentucky


verwhelmed special educators: Reduce your stress and support student success with this practical toolkit for whole-classroom organization. A lifesaver for K–12 special educators, this book-and-CD set has the tips, tricks, and strategies you need to expertly manage everything, from schedules and paperwork to student supports and behavior plans.



1. Environment. Make the most of every inch of classroom space. 2. Communication. Implement low-cost communication supports. 3. Teaching Methods and Materials. Create schedules, simplify the IEP Includes CD-ROM with process, and more. 60+ forms and tools! 4. Behavioral Systems. Organize a system that motivates students and uses • Clutter Cleaning Checklist positive reinforcement. • Environmental Planning Worksheet 5. Data and Paperwork. Slash paperwork time with a simple, logical, efficient management system. • Functional Behavior Assessment 6. Staff & Home Supports. Build strong relationships with staff and parents. • IEP and Eligibility Calendar $39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70977 | 2012 | 240 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback w/ CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-59857-097-7

Instructional Technology in Early Childhood


Teaching in the Digital Age

By Howard P. Parette, Jr., Ed.D., & Craig Blum, Ph.D., with invited contributors


ideos, apps, SMART boards—how can you choose and use instructional technology options like these to strengthen teaching and learning in preK and kindergarten? Discover the answers with the step-by-step EXPECT ITPLAN IT-TEACH IT framework in this problem-solving guide, aligned with the NAEYC policy statement* on technology in early childhood programs.


• and more


The Special Educator’s Toolkit


Better teaching & learning through technology

• plan instructional activities that help all children meet curriculum standards and benchmarks • integrate affordable, high-quality technology options into planned activities • use technology to enhance inclusion of children with disabilities • measure the effectiveness of technology-supported activities PRACTICAL FEATURES: Quick-reference charts that lead teachers through the EXPECT IT-PLAN IT-TEACH IT approach • Detailed classroom vignettes • Screenshots and photos of key technology applications • Specific examples of enhancing instruction with technology $39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72452 | 2013 | 280 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-245-2 *Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8. A joint position statement of NAEYC & the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media, adopted January 2012. | 1-800-638-3775 |



Choosing Outcomes and Accommodations for Children A Guide to Educational Planning for Students with Disabilities, Third Edition

By Michael F. Giangreco, Ph.D., Chigee J. Cloninger, Ph.D., & Virginia Salce Iverson, M.Ed.

“There is no better tool for planning rich, appropriate educational programs for learners who have intensive support needs.” —Roberta Schnorr, Ph.D., State University of New York at Oswego


rusted by thousands of education teams, the bestselling COACH is your key to effective educational planning for students with disabilities, from ages 3–21. A collaborative, family-centered approach, COACH gives you a step-by-step process for developing IEPs that promote inclusion and help students reach their goals.



Includes CD-ROM of helpful forms and tools!

YOUR TEAM WILL: • identify appropriate curriculum areas to assess • develop meaningful annual goals and short-term objectives for each student • determine instructional targets within the general curriculum • choose the supports students need to reach their goals • create a program-at-a-glance that keeps critical information handy PRACTICAL MATERIALS: CD-ROM of fillable forms and tools that help you organize goals and objectives, determine students’ learning styles, schedule activities, and more. $44.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71875 | 2011 | 232 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback with CD-ROM ISBN 978-1-59857-187-5

Get some great IEP tips right now! In an insightful Q&A with two of our top IEP experts, Colleen Thoma and Nick Martin reveal how using a student-directed approach and a trained IEP facilitator can improve your entire IEP process. Read the Q&A now at, and learn more in their must-have IEP guidebooks.

Getting the Most Out of IEPs

An Educator’s Guide to the Student-Directed Approach By Colleen A. Thoma, Ph.D., & Paul Wehman, Ph.D., with invited contributors

With this how-to guide on student-directed IEPs, you’ll empower elementary and high school students to take a lead role in directing their education, advocating for support, and shaping a bright, self-determined future.

Supporting the IEP Process A Facilitator’s Guide

By Nicholas R.M. Martin, M.A.

Change conflict to consensus in IEP meetings with this practical guide to effective meeting facilitation. Packed with quickreference tools and exercises and sample dialogues that help you master what to say and how to say it it. $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71141 | 2010 | 216 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback ISBN 978-1-59857-114-1

$34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69445 | 2010 | 288 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback ISBN 978-1-55766-944-5

4 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Using the Co-Design Model

By Richael Barger-Anderson, Ed.D., Robert S. Isherwood, Ed.D., & Joseph Merhaut, Ed.D., with invited contributors

“Clearly describes what collaborators should know and what they should do.” —Dennis D. Munk, Ed.D., Carthage College


s a school leader, you probably know about the benefits of co-teaching in inclusive classrooms—and maybe your school already puts it into practice. Now there’s a book that helps your school take collaborative teaching and learning to the next level. You’ll get a detailed, step-by-step guide to the research-based Co-Design Model, an innovative, schoolwide approach used in districts nationwide to strengthen collaboration and inclusion.


Great for preservice & in-service teacher training!

• • • •

strengthens classroom management and creates a sense of community increases student engagement and reduces off-task behavior creates a powerful network of support for teachers and administrators ensures appropriate instruction in the least restrictive environment

PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Discussion starter worksheets, Co-Teaching

Observation Form, sample lesson plan format, graphic organizers to aid in planning, Assembly of Site checklist, and other helpful forms. E-book also available—see

How to Co-Teach

A Guide for General and Special Educators


$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71660 | 2013 | 232 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-166-0


Strategic Co-Teaching in Your School

By Elizabeth A. Potts, Ph.D., & Lori A. Howard, Ph.D.

“Should be considered mandatory reading.” —The Midwest Book Review—Library Bookwatch


hat does good co-teaching look like in an inclusive K–12 classroom? How can general and special educators build strong, respectful, and productive partnerships? Get practical answers in this guidebook and DVD, your introduction to the key principles of developing an effective teaching partnership. DISCOVER HOW TO:

• • • • DVD

With DVD of tools & educator interviews!

resolve conflict • divide responsibilities • manage time • hold joint parent conferences •

improve communication plan lessons implement accommodations and more

DVD INCLUDED: Learn invaluable lessons from real-life co-teachers and

administrators as they reflect on what worked and didn’t work. Includes printable planning checklist, lesson plan organizer, sample instruction schedules, and other tools. $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71691 | 2011 | 224 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback with DVD ISBN 978-1-59857-169-1 | 1-800-638-3775 |



The Story of Intellectual Disability An Evolution of Meaning, Understanding, and Public Perception Edited by Michael L. Wehmeyer, Ph.D., FAAIDD

“If you read only one book about intellectual disability this year, or any year for that matter, this should be that book.” —David Braddock, Ph.D., University of Colorado School of Medicine


ccessible, engaging, and filled with contributions by the country’s most celebrated disability experts, this fascinating volume captures how intellectual disability has been understood from prehistoric times to present. Enhanced with remarkable images, including exclusive photos from the editor’s private collection of cultural artifacts, this is a must-read for anyone devoted to improving the lives of people with intellectual disability.


With fascinating photos, artifacts, and voices from people with disabilities


• • • • • • •

Early ideas about the causes of intellectual disability Evolution of the concept of intellectual disability Changing approaches to education and intervention The rise and fall of the institution system Depictions of intellectual disability in film, literature, and art The self-advocacy movement and more

$49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69872 | 2013 | 312 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-987-2

Children with Disabilities Seventh Edition


Edited by Mark L. Batshaw, M.D., Nancy J. Roizen, M.D., & Gaetano R. Lotrecchiano, Ed.D., Ph.D.

“A gem . . . clear, concise, and well written.” —Heidi M. Feldman, MD, Ph.D., Stanford University School of Medicine

Comprehensive and authoritative, this is the definitive compendium of knowledge about the critical issues professionals will encounter in their work with children and families. • Trusted for 30 years in university classes and professional bookshelves • Covers developmental, clinical, family, education, and intervention issues • Concise and accessible chapters with vivid case studies • Based on the latest research and developments in the field $79.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71943 | 2013 | 904 pages | 7 x 10 | hardcover ISBN 978-1-59857-194-3



Dictionary of Developmental Disabilities Terminology Third Edition

By Pasquale J. Accardo, M.D., & Barbara Y. Whitman, M.S.W., Ph.D., with invited contributors

“Ensures that the current terminology is at [your] fingertips.”—Paul H. Lipkin, M.D., Kennedy Krieger Institute, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

If you work with students with disabilities, this readerfriendly dictionary is a must. You’ll get more than 4,000 concise, jargon-free definitions of disorders, diagnoses, educational practices, assessments, interventions, medications, public laws, and more. $42.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70700 | 2011 | 536 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-070-0

Take our fast e-book survey & you could win a Visa gift card! See page 44. | 1-800-638-3775 |



By Rachel Janney, Ph.D., & Martha E. Snell, Ph.D.


ake inclusion work in your school with these practical, researchbased guidebooks on key K–12 inclusion topics. You’ll get quick, accessible summaries of what the research says, plus field-tested techniques you can use right away to create classrooms that support and welcome all students. Photocopiable forms help you with assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation procedures for students of all ability levels.


Modifying Schoolwork Third Edition

By Rachel Janney, Ph.D., & Martha E. Snell, Ph.D.

Get a clear and concrete plan for K–12 inclusion in this NEW edition of the bestselling book in the series, packed with field-tested strategies, case studies, and planning tools! WHAT’S NEW:

$32.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72933 | 2013 | 216 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-293-3

Behavioral Support

By Rachel Janney, Ph.D., & Martha E. Snell, Ph.D.

Get a solid plan for implementing positive behavior interventions and supports, both in your classroom and across your school. $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69117 | 2008 | 192 pages | 7 x 10 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-911-7

Collaborative Teaming

By Martha E. Snell, Ph.D., & Rachel Janney, Ph.D.

Learn the nuts and bolts of effective collaborative teaming! Identify problems, decide on solutions, create action plans, and resolve team conflict. $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-67113 | 2005 | 168 pages | 7 x 10 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-711-3 | 1-800-638-3775 |


• Practical guidance on implementing Universal Design for Learning • Content aligns clearly with an RTI framework • More on working with students with significant disabilities and complex learning needs • Printable planning tools that help teachers plan individualized supports and adaptations, available at • Helpful “focusing questions” at the start of each chapter—perfect for preservice study and teacher book club discussions • New stories from teachers and parents that spotlight real-world challenges and successes


Teachers’ Guides to Inclusive Practices

Social Relationships & Peer Support

By Rachel Janney, Ph.D., & Martha E. Snell, Ph.D.

Foster positive, supportive relationships among students with and without disabilities. You’ll get useful strategies on everything from social skills to peer instruction. $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68219 | 2006 | 208 pages | 7 x 10 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-821-9

LEARN MORE at the Brookes site: E-books also available— see



Bringing ABA into Your Inclusive Classroom

A Guide to Improving Outcomes for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders By Debra Leach, Ed.D., BCBA

“A toolkit that no parent or teacher should be without.” —E. Gail Kirby, Ed.D., St. Mary’s College of California

Packed with plain-English guidance and 50 sample teaching plans, this practical K–12 guide helps you use the proven ABA approach to help kids with autism: • • • • • • •

transition from class to class respond to peer initiations take turns communicate needs protest appropriately use simple sentences to make requests and much more


$29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70779 | 2010 | 176 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-077-9

Building Family–Professional Relationships By Maya Kalyanpur, Ph.D., & Beth Harry, Ph.D.

“A profound reciprocal process for moving from cultural knowledge to cultural wisdom.” —Ann Turnbull, Ed.D., University of Kansas

Great for in-service teacher training sessions, this readerfriendly text on cultural reciprocity is a must for preparing special educators to collaborate effectively with today’s diverse families. Learn how to: • Recognize how your values and beliefs might affect your interactions with families • Understand how diverse families might view key special education goals • Improve IEP meetings through effective crosscultural communication • Combine ideas from diverse value systems to find solutions that work for everyone $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72315 | 2012 | 216 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-231-5

Great Ideas

Using Service–Learning and Differentiated Instruction to Help Your Students Succeed By Pamela J. Gent, Ph.D.

“With Gent’s expert guidance, [service– learning] can come to life in your school!” —Rachel Janney, Ph.D., Inclusive School Works, Blacksburg, Virginia

Promote inclusion, differentiate instruction, and give back to the community—while helping students meet academic standards. It’s all possible with the service–learning approach! This practical guide gives you complete guidance on planning, implementing, and monitoring service–learning, plus 30+ helpful forms. $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69858 | 2009 | 296 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-985-8

Take our fast e-book survey & you could win a Visa gift card! See page 44.


Cultural Reciprocity in Special Education

Different Speeds & Different Needs How to Teach Sports to Every Kid By Gary Barber, B.H., PGCE, CBA, M.A.

“An absolute must read for anyone involved in athletic or coaching fields. Wonderful, useful tips.” —Veronica M. Moore, Ph.D., University of New Mexico

This positive, motivating book will help schools develop inclusive K–12 sports programs where all children join in the fun. • Use universal design principles to teach sports to all children • Address students’ unique strengths and challenges • Promote good sportsmanship • Change attitudes that inhibit participation $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71004 | 2010 | 272 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-100-4 | 1-800-638-3775 |


By Julie Causton-Theoharis, Ph.D.

“A book that everyone associated with inclusive education will want to read and talk about.” —Douglas Biklen, Syracuse University

What does a great paraprofessional need to know and do? Find out in this essential guidebook, equally useful for the brand-new paraprofessional or the 20-year classroom veteran. Packed with friendly guidance, practical tips, and relatable first-person stories, this book reveals the best ways to provide effective, respectful services to students in inclusive classrooms. LEARN HOW TO:

The bestselling survival guide for paraprofessionals

PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Helpful question-and-answer sections, examples

of successful problem-solving, a quick-guide to acronyms in education, easy ideas for improving teamwork, and more. $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68998 | 2009 | 144 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-899-8

Successful Inclusion Kit


• Provide skillful and subtle support to students while encouraging their independence • Resolve challenging behavior in gentle and positive ways • Find students’ strengths and match support practices to them • Presume competence and keep expectations high • Facilitate peer supports and friendships • Partner with teachers, SLPs, psychologists, families, and other members of the educational team • Relieve job-related stress and burnout


The Paraprofessional’s Handbook for Effective Support in Inclusive Classrooms


ake inclusion work in your classroom and school with this readymade kit of five practical, research-based resources! You’ll get the in-depth guidance you need to differentiate instruction, improve access to the general curriculum, and ensure the best possible academic and social outcomes for all students.

ORDER IT NOW & SAVE $20! $174.75 $154.75 | Stock#: 13202P-K12IB

Turn the page for the latest from Paula Kluth! | 1-800-638-3775 |



Paula Kluth helps make your school an inclusion success story! One of today’s most dynamic and in-demand experts on autism and education—and a former special educator herself—Paula Kluth knows how K–12 inclusion leads to better lives and outcomes for all students. Get her must-have resources, and you’ll have ready-to-use strategies for creating responsive, engaging school experiences for students with and without autism.

“You’re Going to Love This Kid!”

A Professional Development Package for Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom By Paula Kluth, Ph.D. | A Film by Landlocked Films

“A must for staff and administrators who are serious about getting inclusion right.” —Jane Ryan, M.Ed., retired special education administrator, Chicago Public Schools



ake inclusion work with this complete professional development package that expands on lessons from Paula’s popular books and presentations. You’ll go inside real classrooms and get more than 70 minutes of invaluable strategies and insights from Paula and her colleagues. SEE FIRSTHAND HOW TEACHERS:

• Differentiate instruction • Individualize objectives • Co-teach effectively

PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Facilitator’s Guide with summaries of teaching


Learn more and watch the trailer at 2011 Association of Educational Publishers Awards Finalist

• Nurture social skills through peer supports • Use positive behavior supports • and more

strategies, professional development plans, discussion questions, and forms to evaluate practices and plan supports. $129.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72049 | 2012 | 74-minute DVD in 9 x 12 folder w/ 32-page saddle-stitched booklet | ISBN 978-1-59857-204-9



et in-depth guidance and strategies for welcoming and teaching students with autism. • Nurture friendships, plan lessons, collaborate with families, and more • Get dozens of forms, checklists, and planning tools • Includes guide with challenging discussion questions By Paula Kluth, Ph.D.


ove beyond functional literacy skills and bring high-quality, meaningful literacy instruction to K–12 students with autism. • Implement research-based practices • Plan effective lessons • Assess literacy learning By Paula Kluth, Ph.D., & Kelly Chandler-Olcott, Ed.D. $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68554 | 2008 | 248 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-855-4

$36.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70793 | 2010 | 368 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-079-3

10 | 1-800-638-3775 |

100 More Ways to Differentiate Instruction in K–12 Inclusive Classrooms



By Paula Kluth, Ph.D., & Sheila Danaher, M.S.Ed.


n all-new treasure trove of ready-to-use adaptations! All teachers—especially fans of From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks—will love the 100 creative NEW ideas in this fully illustrated guide, perfect for meeting the learning needs of all students in inclusive classrooms. An effective, timesaving way to boost student skills in key areas such as literacy, math, organization, communication, and behavior, these teacher-tested, research-based adaptations will strengthen and energize any curriculum.


NEW followup to Tutor Scripts—100 more ideas!

• • • • • • •

Talk-o-Meters Brain Break Buckets Word Clouds Dialogue Journals Communication Kits Purposeful Puzzles and 80 more!

• • • • • •

Student-Friendly Storage Book Trailers DIY Magnetic Poetry Quick Quip Key Chains Goal Setting Cards Social Skills Slam Books

$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-73602 | October 2013 | approx. 296 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | illus. | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-360-2


ifferentiated instruction is simple and fun with the 100+ adaptations in this ultrapractical, fully illustrated guide. • Teacher-designed and student-tested • Creative but not labor-intensive • Cost-effective, using inexpensive materials you already have

“Powerful . . . sure to deepen relationships and enrich lives.” —Kate McGinnity, co-author, Walk Awhile in My Autism


iscover a powerful new way to think about students’ “obsessions”: as positive teaching tools that help students academic • Learn standards-based academic content • Develop social connections • Minimize anxiety • and much more

By Paula Kluth, Ph.D., & Sheila Danaher, M.S.Ed.

By Paula Kluth, Ph.D., & Patrick Schwarz, Ph.D.

$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70809 | 2010 | 8 ½ x 11 | 296 pages | paperback | illus. | ISBN 978-1-59857-080-9

$19.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69605 | 2008 | 160 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-960-5



illed with vibrant, uncluttered art created with children with autism in mind, this alphabet book fosters literacy using one of children’s most common fascinations—trains.

ased on the real event behind “Just Give Him the Whale!,” this illustrated book tells the simple but powerful story of a teacher incorporating a young boy’s special interest into the whole curriculum.

By Paula Kluth, Ph.D., & Victoria Kluth

Illustrated by Justin Canha

Illustrated by Brad Littlejohn

$16.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70717 | 2009 | 32 pages | 11 x 8 ½ | hardcover | full-color | illus. | ISBN 978-1-59857-071-7 | 1-800-638-3775 |



SELLER 2011 Association of Educational Publishers Distinguished Achievement Award Finalist


From Text Maps to Memory Caps

By Paula Kluth, Ph.D., & Patrick Schwarz, Ph.D. $18.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71608 | 2010 | 32 pages | 8 x 8 | hardcover | full-color | illus. | ISBN 978-1-59857-160-8



The SCERTS® Model

A Comprehensive Educational Approach for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders



By Barry M. Prizant, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Amy M. Wetherby, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Emily Rubin, M.S., CCC-SLP, Amy C. Laurent, Ed.M., OTR/L, & Patrick J. Rydell, Ed.D., CCC-SLP

“Built on a solid research foundation and inherently sound . . . marks a critical turning point in the education of children with autism spectrum disorders.” —Carol Gray, Director, The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding


eveloped by internationally recognized experts and based on more than 2 decades of research, this groundbreaking assessment and intervention model supports the developmental progress of children with autism. With this systematic yet flexible approach, you’ll partner with families to promote children’s progress in three domains: Social Communication, Emotional Regulation, and Transactional Support. Order the manual and DVD for complete implementation, and streamline your SCERTS® process with the time-saving Easy-ScoreTM CD-ROM. MANUAL (two volumes)

• Volume I: Assessment fully guides you through the SCERTS® assessment process. You’ll find specific goals and objectives for each of the three SCERTS® components; discover how to use the model in educational settings; and get a helpful, detailed listing of developmental milestones to look for. Assessment report and observation forms are included to help collect information and monitor child progress. • Volume II: Intervention gives you explicit instruction on how to help children reach their goals following assessment. Learn how to set social communication and emotional regulation goals, choose meaningful and purposeful activities, implement supports along the way, and link all three SCERTS® components during program planning. In-depth vignettes illustrate SCERTS® implementation, and forms are included to help with intervention planning.



100+ minutes of affordable professional development! See the SCERTS® strategies in action through clips of children with ASD and interviews with educators, parents, and other experts. EASY-SCORE™ CD-ROM

Automated scoring and printable forms ease the SCERTS® process and help you use the system fully and consistently. Two-volume manual—$119.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68189 | 2006 Vol. I: 344 pages | Vol. II: 400 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-818-9 DVD—$279.00 | Stock #: 13202P-68509 | 2004 | 106 minutes | ISBN 978-1-55766-850-9 Easy-Score™ CD-ROM—$249.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71080 | 2010 | ISBN 978-1-59857-108-0 SCERTS® is a registered trademark of Barry M. Prizant, Amy M. Wetherby, Emily B. Rubin, and Amy C. Laurent. Easy-Score™ is a trademark of Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Inc.

12 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Caring and Coping Together By Robert A. Naseef, Ph.D.

—Shana Nichols, Ph.D., author, Girls Growing Up on the Autism Spectrum


ow can parents provide the best support for their child with autism— and ensure that the whole family’s needs are met? Psychologist and father Robert Naseef answers that question with keen insight, reassuring honesty, and practical guidance. Using his popular Special Children, Challenged Parents as a starting point, this book weaves wisdom from clinical practice with candid first-hand insights on parenting a child from birth through adulthood.


“Every family who receives a diagnosis of autism for their child should be given this book with a hot cup of tea and a warm blanket.”


Autism in the Family


Warm and compassionate autism guide for families

• • • • • • •

Navigate the complex journey to acceptance Provide sensitive support to siblings Guide behavior and development at every age Collaborate effectively with professionals Maintain a strong marriage Address specific issues like meltdowns, food sensitivities, sleeping, and toileting Manage stress

$24.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72414 | 2013 | 288 pages | 6 x 9 | ISBN 978-1-59857-241-4 E-book also available—see

The Common Sense Guide to Your Child’s Special Needs When to Worry, When to Wait, What to Do By Louis Pellegrino, M.D.

“Dr. Pellegrino has truly hit a home run with this book!” —Susan J. Moreno, President, OASIS@ MAAP, MAAP Services for Autism and Asperger Syndrome

What does it mean when a child has difficulty with walking, talking, social skills, and other milestones? What are the signs it might be a disability—and what next steps can parents take? Pediatrician Louis Pellegrino gives you down-to-earth, research-based answers! • Clearly organized by key developmental milestones • Includes red flags and next steps for parents • With vivid anecdotes and jargon-busting explanations of key terms $24.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71844 | 2012 | 392 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-184-4 E-book also available—see | 1-800-638-3775 |

The PRT Pocket Guide

Pivotal Response Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders


By Robert L. Koegel, Ph.D., & Lynn Kern Koegel, Ph.D.

“Practical and essential . . . a source I will definitely refer to over and over again.” —Joan Hersh, M.A., Teacher, Fountain Valley School District, California

Pioneering autism experts Robert and Lynn Koegel demystify PRT in this practical, reader-friendly guide to a popular and proven approach for children with autism. • • • •

Motivate children with natural reinforcers Reduce disruptive behavior Encourage communication and social initiations Help families weave interventions into everyday routines

$19.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71059 | 2012 | 216 pages | 5 ½ x 8 ¼ | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-105-9



The Social Compass Curriculum A Story-Based Intervention Package for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders


By LouAnne E. Boyd, M.A., BCBA, Christina McReynolds, Ed.S., M.S., BCBA, & Karen Chanin, M.S., PPS


Includes full-color flashcards and quick-reference poster of social compass icons!


deal for Grades 4–8 but easily adaptable for use with older children, this highly effective intervention curriculum gives educators 24 lessons that help students with autism learn critical social skills in group settings with peers. Students will learn new ways to interpret body language, build empathy, accept change, and more. • Helps students make progress in 4 key areas: nonverbal communication; emotion; social problem solving, and “we” skills for effective conversation • Field-tested over 10 years with more than 300 students • Teaches social skills with clear directions and visual supports • Gives students repeated opportunities to rehearse social skills with peers • Ensures generalization of new skills

$59.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72957 | 2013 | 192 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-295-7

Social Skills and Adaptive Behavior in Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders Edited by Peter F. Gerhardt, Ed.D., & Daniel Crimmins, Ph.D.


romoting better social skills and behavior is a top priority for anyone who works with learners with autism—but which practices really improve outcomes? Find out in this cutting-edge volume, a reader-friendly synthesis of current evidence and best-practice recommendations from more than 20 of today’s top researchers in the field. THE LATEST ON:

• • • • • •

Promoting friendships and peer acceptance Increasing joint attention Implementing schoolwide positive behavior support Assessing social skills with evidence-based methods Strengthening children’s self-help skills Providing effective support for families of children with autism

$34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70601 | 2013 | 328 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-060-1



By Mary Riggs Cohen, Ph.D.

By Judy Reaven, Ph.D., Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Ph.D., Shana Nichols, Ph.D., & Susan Hepburn, Ph.D.

his flexible 12-week curriculum uses social coaches to teach key social skills to young adults with autism and related disorders. Targets areas critical to success, from empathy to conversation skills.

elp children with highfunctioning autism and Asperger syndrome conquer anxiety with this effective group therapy program for children 8–14 and their parents.

$49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70687 | 2011 | 128 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback with CD-ROM ISBN 978-1-59857-068-7

Facilitator’s Set (1 Facilitator’s Manual; 1 Parent Workbook; 1 Child Workbook) $89.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71783 | 2011 | ISBN 978-1-59857-178-3



(Components also sold separately at | 1-800-638-3775 |



Innovations that Enhance Independence and Learning Edited by Katharina I. Boser, Ph.D., Matthew S. Goodwin, Ph.D., & Sarah C. Wayland, Ph.D.

echnology holds great promise for helping students with autism learn, communicate, and function effectively in the modern world. Start leveraging that power today with this forward-thinking book, your in-depth guided tour of technologies that support learners with autism and help them fully participate in their classroom and community. You’ll learn about readily available technologies you can use right now—from apps to video modeling—and explore next-wave innovations that will help shape the future of autism intervention.




Technology Tools for Students with Autism


Explore the benefits of technologies like • • • • • •

educational apps video modeling language processing software customized digital stories element cue supports and more

• support the overall learning of children on the autism spectrum • teach social skills and support emotion regulation through independent data collection • develop executive function strategies and improve flexibility, memory, and transitions • boost literacy and language skills • support young adults’ transition to the workplace • make data collection and program evaluation more effective and efficient • strengthen teacher training programs • enhance use of evidence-based practices $39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72629 | October 2013 | approx. 352 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-262-9

Unstuck & On Target!


SELLER An Executive Function Curriculum to Improve Flexibility for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Research Edition By Lynn Cannon, M.Ed., Lauren Kenworthy, Ph.D., Katie C. Alexander, M.S., OTR, Monica Adler Werner, M.A., & Laura Anthony, Ph.D.


mprove flexibility and goal-directed behavior for students with ASD—and prepare them for success in school and in life! This how-to manual gives you more than 25 proven, ready-to-use lessons that help students ages 8–11 develop these critical aspects of executive function. HELP STUDENTS WITH ASD

• • • •


handle unexpected events keep an open mind set and achieve goals ensure generalization of skills

• • • •

cope with frustration navigate disagreements learn how to compromise and more

PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Clear instructions, materials lists, Teacher Intervention Tips, and modifications, plus CD-ROM with printable game cards, worksheets, and handouts. $44.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72032 | 2011 | 256 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-59857-203-2 | 1-800-638-3775 |



Recognize and Respond to Emotional and Behavioral Issues in the Classroom A Teacher’s Guide

By Andrew Jonathan Cole, Psy.D., & Aaron M. Shupp, Psy.D.

“Remarkably useful . . . Every teacher should have this book!” —V. Mark Durand, Ph.D., University of South Florida St. Petersburg


s a teacher, you’re often the first to identify a child’s emotional and behavioral issues—but how can you start helping? This quick-guide puts key psychological principles and classroom-ready strategies at your fingertips, so you can support K–12 students with and without a specific diagnosis. HELP STUDENTS OVERCOME

Fast help for challenging behavior

• • • • • •

bullying—both verbal and physical poor concentration and impulsive behavior trouble fitting in with peers aggressive behavior struggles with social cues and more

PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Case studies, quick profiles of emotional and be-

havioral issues, guidelines on when to seek further consultation, and helpful forms and handouts—also available online for easy emailing to families! $19.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72230 | 2012 | 136 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-223-0 E-book also available—see

The Teacher’s Pocket Guide for Effective Classroom Management By Tim Knoster, Ed.D.

“Outstanding, easy-to-read . . . immensely useful for teachers.” —Glen Dunlap, Ph.D., University of South Florida

Humor, memorable metaphors, and practical examples make this K–12 classroom management guide a teacher favorite. • • • •

Decipher the motives behind behavior Establish and reinforce clear expectations for behavior Ensure positive, effective learning environments Build rapport with students while maintaining boundaries

$19.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69186 | 2008 | 120 pages | 5 ½ x 8 ¼ | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-918-6


Positive Strategies for Students with Behavior Problems By Daniel Crimmins, Ph.D., Anne F. Farrell, Ph.D., Philip W. Smith, Ph.D., & Alison Bailey, M.S.Ed.

“Written as a well-crafted lesson plan—easily understood and followed.” —Support for Families of Children with Disabilities

Get complete guidance on both parts of the field-tested, nonaversive Positive Strategies method: Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans that prevent and replace problem behaviors. A highly effective approach for students with challenging behavior that can’t be resolved through either traditional disciplinary approaches or schoolwide PBIS. $32.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68783 | 2007 | 240 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-878-3 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Manual & Tool


The Self-Assessment and Program Review for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (SAPR-PBIS™) By Bridget Walker, Ph.D., & Douglas Cheney, Ph.D.

“Brings together all the pieces of the puzzle to implement an effective school-wide positive behavior interventions and supports system.” —Donald Kincaid, Ed.D., University of South Florida

A Find out if your school’s PBIS practices are working SAPR-PBIS™ At A Glance • Grade range: K–12 • Areas screened: 10 building blocks of PBIS, including developing schoolwide expectations, conducting academic and social screening, and building partnerships with families • Time to complete: 30 minutes for individual self-assessment forms; 60–90 minutes for team form • Scores provided: Overall ratings in 10 key areas to identify 3 or more priorities for improvement • Criterion-referenced? Yes • Components: Manual and tool

ssess the effectiveness of a whole school’s PBIS efforts—without any need for an outside evaluator. With the valid and reliable SAPRPBIS™ K–12 tool and the step-by-step manual, your school team can be confident that you’re implementing PBIS practices that really improve students’ social and academic success. SAPR™-PBIS is the most efficient, comprehensive way to compare your current PBIS efforts with evidence-based practices and benchmarks. Six to ten team members from your school fill out individual self-assessments, rating themselves on key building blocks of successful PBIS. Then your whole team comes together to discuss results, set clear goals for improvement, and assess progress. GET THE DATA YOU NEED TO:

• • • • • •

Strengthen all three tiers of schoolwide PBIS Link assessment results with evidence-based action items Boost teamwork and build consensus Track progress toward your PBIS goals Troubleshoot stalled progress toward goals Reduce time spent managing behavior issues

To implement SAPR-PBIS™, purchase: Manual—$40.00 | Stock #: 13202P-71707 | 2012 | 160 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-170-7 Tool—$45.00 | Stock #: 13202P-72513 | 2012 | 28 pages | package of 10 | 8 ½ x 11 | saddle-stitched | ISBN 978-1-59857-251-3 TM


is a trademark of the University of Washington.

Better Behavior Kit


et the practical tools and guidance you need to implement positive behavior interventions and supports in your school! With this ready-made kit of five essential resources, you’ll have what you need to solve everyday behavior challenges in Grades K–12, identify and help students with emotional and behavioral issues, and assess a whole school’s PBIS efforts.

ORDER IT NOW & SAVE $20! $174.80 $154.80 | Stock#: 13202P-K12BB | 1-800-638-3775 |





The School-Based Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support

Transforming Behavior Training Parents and Kids Together

By Mary N. Cook, M.D.,

By Glen Dunlap, Ph.D., Rose Iovannone, Ph.D., Donald Kincaid, Ed.D., Kelly Wilson, Kathy Christiansen, Phillip Strain, Ph.D., & Carie English, Ph.D.

with invited contributors

Proven to reduce K–8 behavior CD-ROM problems and increase academic engagement, the PTR model was developed by some of the most respected authorities on positive behavior support. This book takes you through the 5 explicit steps of the PTR model: team building, goal setting and data collection, assessment, intervention, and evaluation. And the included CD-ROM gives you all the printable forms and tools needed to implement PTR, such as Behavior Support Plan templates and a Functional Behavioral Assessment.

For use with children 8–12 and CD-ROM their parents, this proven, flexible, and cost-effective group therapy program is the perfect way to address challenging behavior and social skills.

$49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70151 | 2010 | 152 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-59857-015-1

Includes CD-ROM of worksheets, quizzes, sample scenarios, and handouts!

• Target the social skills children need to succeed • Work with children and parents concurrently for lasting change • Low-cost way to improve access to critical mental health services • Highly structured and explicit—ensures consistency over time and across facilitators • Flexible, adaptable modules meet the specific needs of individual families $69.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72162 | 2012 | 384 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-59857-216-2

Optimistic Parenting Hope and Help for You and Your Challenging Child By V. Mark Durand, Ph.D.

Winner, Pewter Medal, Gold Ink Awards, 2011 Winner, USA “Best Books 2011” Award

Parenting with Positive Behavior Support


A Practical Guide to Resolving Your Child’s Difficult Behavior

By Meme Hieneman, Ph.D., Karen Childs, M.A., & Jane Sergay, M.Ed.

This groundbreaking guide helps parents of children with challenging behavior develop more positive thoughts and perceptions—a key ingredient of confident parenting and behavior management.

“Parents, get this book and enrich the life of your family!”

• Reduce stress and increase family harmony • Interrupt and replace negative thoughts • Apply effective short-and long-term behavior interventions • Address common problem areas, such as sleep and transitions

Share these concrete strategies with parents, and show them how to transform family life with positive behavior interventions and supports. This trusted bestseller gives you practical guidance, exercises, worksheets, and chapter-long case studies on:

$26.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70526 | 2011 | 336 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback ISBN 978-1-59857-052-6

—Edward Carr, Ph.D., State University of New York

• Preventing problems • Replacing behavior • Managing consequences $24.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68653 | 2006 | 224 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-865-3

18 | 1-800-638-3775 |


By Terry J. Tibbetts, Ph.D., J.D.

“Highly needed . . . a valuable training tool for instructors and a resource for practitioners.” —Ashli Tyre, Ed.D., NCSP, Seattle University


chool psychologists: Get the clear information, practical guidance, and upto-date research you need to accurately identify, assess, and support students with emotional disturbance. This essential resource clarifies what constitutes emotional disturbance in educational settings, how it differs from the clinical definition, and how to assess and intervene effectively so students thrive.


• Differentiate social maladjustment from emotional disturbance (includes clear coverage of the exclusionary clause) • Determine eligibility for the “emotional disturbance” identification • Meet the legal requirements for assessment procedures • Understand the RTI model as it relates to behavioral and emotional issues • Help ensure meaningful individualized educational programs for students • Help teachers develop classroom supports that address the needs of students with emotional disturbance $44.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72711 | 2013 | 200 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-271-1 E-book also available—see

The Grieving Student A Teacher’s Guide


Identifying & Assessing Students with Emotional Disturbance

By David J. Schonfeld, M.D., & Marcia Quackenbush, M.S., MFT, CHES

“If there were just one book I would recommend to the teachers of my children, this absolutely would be it.” —Therese A. Rando, Ph.D., BCETS, BCBT, The Institute for the Study and Treatment of Loss, Warwick, Rhode Island; author, Treatment of Complicated Mourning


eath and grief will affect the lives of almost all students at some point, often leading to struggles with academics, social relationships, and behavior. Teachers can be a critical lifeline for a grieving child—and now they have a practical guidebook to help them provide sensitive support to students of all ages. David J. Schonfeld, a veteran consultant to school crisis teams, partners with family therapist Marcia Quackenbush to give teachers sensitive, positive ways to help the grieving student. (Reader’s guide included—perfect for teacher study groups!)


Sensitive, practical guidance from the go-to expert on school crisis

• • • • • • •

explain the major concepts of death in age-appropriate ways respond constructively to children’s feelings and behaviors initiate and maintain positive, helpful communication learn what to say and what not to say when a child or family is grieving help a child who is “stuck” in a difficult phase of grief provide ongoing assistance when triggers of grief renew a child’s sense of loss notify and support students after a death that affects the whole school community

$29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71165 | 2010 | 208 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-116-5 | 1-800-638-3775 |



Strong Kids


A Social & Emotional Learning Curriculum


Strong Start—Grades K–2, by Kenneth W. Merrell, Ph.D., Danielle M. Parisi, & Sara A. Whitcomb Strong Kids—Grades 3–5 and Grades 6–8; Strong Teens—Grades 9–12, by Kenneth W. Merrell, Ph.D., with assistance from Dianna Carrizales, Laura Feuer-

born, Barbara A. Gueldner, & Oanh K. Tran


each social-emotional competence—the foundation of school and social success—with the Strong Kids curricula! It’s the fun and easy way to help your students develop the social-emotional skills they need to succeed: managing anger, relieving stress, and much more. Each curriculum is • Easy to implement right away, no training required • Evidence-based—proven to help increase students’ knowledge of healthy behavior • Brief enough to use with any program—lessons are just 30 minutes each • Low-cost and low-tech

Each book—$36.95 | 2007 | 8 ½ x 11 | 192 pages with CD-ROM Grades K–2—Stock #: 13202P-69292 | ISBN 978-1-55766-929-2 Grades 3–5—Stock #: 13202P-69308 | ISBN 978-1-55766-930-8 Grades 6–8—Stock #: 13202P-69315 | ISBN 978-1-55766-931-5 Grades 9–12—Stock #: 13202P-69322 | ISBN 978-1-55766-932-2 Pre-K also available—$36.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69889 | ISBN 978-1-55766-988-9 | 2009 | 160 pages





Improving Emotional & Behavioral Outcomes for LGBT Youth A Guide for Professionals

Edited by Sylvia K. Fisher, Ph.D., Jeffrey M. Poirier, M.A., PMP, & Gary M. Blau, Ph.D.

Blending research-based knowledge and recommended practices, this book provides a road map to mental health practices, interventions, and policies that make a positive difference for LGBT youth and their families. • Reduce the impact of bullying, family rejection, and other risk factors • Provide culturally and linguistically responsive services and supports • Help lower the incidence of suicide-related and self-harming behavior • Develop interventions that foster resilience $44.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70823 | 2012 | 344 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-082-3

20 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Teaching Students with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia Lessons from Teaching and Science


Helping Students with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia Make Connections

Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plans in Reading and Writing By Virginia W. Berninger, Ph.D., & Beverly J. Wolf, M.Ed.


“A powerful road map for working with children with dyslexia and dysgraphia.” —Steve Graham, Ed.D., Vanderbilt University


rovide effective differentiated instruction—and improve literacy outcomes—for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and oral and written language learning disability (OWL LD). Virginia Berninger, a seasoned researcher and former teacher, partners with veteran teacher trainer Beverly Wolf for a one-of-a-kind textbook and lesson plans that help you meet all students’ needs in creative, engaging ways. • The textbook gives you the research-based guidance you need to improve every aspect of students’ literacy and organize classrooms, routines, and lessons that help students learn. • The lesson plan book gives you a whole school year of proven, step-bystep lessons for Grades 4–6, complete with photocopiable worksheets and adaptable sample scripts.



TEXTBOOK—$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69346 | 2009 | 256 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-934-6 LESSON PLANS—$64.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70212 | 2009 | 424 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiral-bound | ISBN 978-1-59857-021-2

Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills Third Edition



Textbook edited by Judith R. Birsh, Ed.D. Activity book (revised edition) by Suzanne Carreker, Ph.D., & Judith R. Birsh, Ed.D. TEXTBOOK

“The best and most complete source of information . . . on the science of reading!” —Rebecca H. Felton, Ph.D., Reading Consultant



eliver high-quality multisensory instruction with this bestselling text and activity book, your keys to better outcomes for students with learning disabilities and their peers. • The comprehensive textbook—adopted in colleges and universities across the country—shows how and why specific multisensory approaches work in elementary through high school and covers hot topics like executive function, fluency, and adolescent literacy. • With the companion activity book, you’ll practice multisensory teaching strategies with 100 activities that cover all the areas in the text. CATALOG SPECIAL! Save on the Textbook and Activity Book | $98.95 | Stock #: 13202P-S1011 TEXTBOOK—$79.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70939 | 2011 | 816 pages | 7 x 10 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-093-9 ACTIVITY BOOK—$29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72094 | 2011 | 216 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-209-4 | 1-800-638-3775 |



Executive Function in the Classroom Practical Strategies for Improving Performance and Enhancing Skills for All Students By Christopher Kaufman, Ph.D.

“Wonderful! Truly a research-to-practice book that all teachers can use.” —Dr. Joan Mele-McCarthy, CCC-SLP, Head of School, The Summit School, Edgewater, Maryland


nhance executive function skills for K–12 students with this practical teacher’s guide, filled with memorable metaphors, examples, crystalclear explanations of brain functioning, and explicit, research-based guidance. A great way to help students with and without learning disabilities develop critical skills, including organization, time management, and impulse control. LEARN HOW TO:

Practical guide to better executive function

• Assess executive function to pinpoint students’ strengths and weaknesses • Adapt instruction and classroom structure to enhance students’ executive skills • Promote students’ executive function skills in academic subjects: reading, math, and writing • Coach students in the skills they need to plan, organize, and complete assignments PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Forms, templates, organizers, and checklists to help students with specific executive skills. $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70946 | 2010 | 280 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-094-6

Helping Children Learn

Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors

Intervention Handouts for Use in School and at Home, Second Edition

A Guide to Intervention and Classroom Management, Second Edition

By Jack Naglieri, Ph.D., & Eric B. Pickering, Ph.D., with Spanish handouts by Tulio Otero, Ph.D., & Mary Moreno, Ph.D.

“Exceptional . . . delivers on the goal of connecting assessment with intervention.”

By Nancy Mather, Ph.D., & Sam Goldstein, Ph.D.


—Alan S. Kaufman, Ph.D., Yale University Child Study Center

More than 75 intervention handouts give you proven approaches to solving students’ academic challenges in elementary through high school.


“Rich content and resources . . . a must read!” —Perspectives on Language and Literacy

Use the popular and effective Building Blocks model to support K–12 students with learning disabilities and behavioral challenges.

• A perfect fit with RTI • Great for school use and for sharing with parents • With Spanish translations of key handouts

• Target 10 key factors related to school success • Pinpoint student strengths and needs with detailed questionnaire • Apply practical strategies that improve student outcomes

$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69988 | 2010 | 176 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-55766-998-8

$59.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69353 | 2008 | 488 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-935-3 | 1-800-638-3775 |

A Classroom Curriculum By Marilyn Jager Adams, Ph.D.



(Picture & game cards, activity sheets, and more—click the Resources tab)

oung children’s knowledge of let• Alphabet Game Cards ter names and sounds is the best • Alphabet Strips predictor of their reading and spelling • Uppercase & Lowercase success. Answer the call for effective Letter Writing Activity Sheets alphabet instruction with this playful, highly engaging curriculum supplement • Consonant Sound Game from renowned reading expert Marilyn Sheets Jager Adams! Great for kids in preschool • Checkup assessments to through kindergarten (and primary-grade help you target instruction students who need help with alphabet basics), this book gives you 56 lessons that help children recognize and write each letter in both upper- and lowercase forms and know the primary sound each letter represents. Why Use ABC Foundations for Young Children?

• • • • • • •

Aligns with Common Core State Standards Complements any curriculum in early literacy Provides full lesson support—no extra training required Fun, fast, hands-on activities keep the whole class engaged Reflects the latest research on how kids learn best Requires no expensive materials or technologies Ideal companion to Phonemic Awareness in Young Children

$34.95 | Stock#: 13202P-72759 | 2013 | 360 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiral-bound | ISBN 978-1-59857-275-9

Lift-Off for Early Literacy

Phonemic Awareness in Young Children

Directed Reading Opportunities for Struggling Students


A Classroom Curriculum By Marilyn Jager Adams, Ph.D., Barbara R. Foorman, Ph.D., Ingvar Lundberg, Ph.D., & Terri Beeler, Ed.D.

By Charlene Iannone-Campbell, M.A., C.A.S.E., NBCT, & Susan Lloyd Lattimore, Ed.M., M.S.

“One of the best [curricula] I have seen in 25 years of teaching primary children.”


FREE LESSON to try in your class today

With ready-to-use materials, including:


ABC Foundations for Young Children


—Doug Potts, kindergarten teacher, Colton, California

Created by teachers for teachers, this is the evidencebased curriculum you need to start Tier 2 RTI in preschool. • Proven effective in follow-up studies of achievement tests • Use with your own curriculum—just 20–30 minutes a day • Includes verbatim, step-by-step scripts to help you replicate lessons $44.95 | Stock#: 13202P-70991 | 2011 | 416 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-59857-099-1 | 1-800-638-3775 |

“Research-based theory translated into field-tested materials.” —American Educator

Join the hundreds of thousands of teachers nationwide who rely on this bestselling curriculum to strengthen preliteracy skills in pre-K to Grade 1. • • • •

Engaging, adaptable activities Take just 15–20 minutes a day Increase in complexity as kids learn Easy-to-use screening tool included

$29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-63214 | 1998 | 208 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiral-bound | ISBN 978-1-55766-321-4



Early Language & Literacy Classroom Observation Tool, K–3 (ELLCO K–3)


Research Edition

By Miriam W. Smith, Ed.D., Joanne P. Brady, M.Ed., & Nancy Clark-Chiarelli, Ed.D.

“Guid[es] staff in . . . facilitating behaviors that enhance literacy.” —Constance J. Macek, Early Childhood Education Consultant, Saginaw Intermediate School District, Michigan


rusted by schools across the country, the bestselling, field-tested ELLCO helps professionals effectively assess literacy practices and supports in kindergarten and early elementary classrooms.



• Focused on 5 key elements of the literacy environment—classroom

ALSO AVAILABLE— structure, curriculum, language environment, books and book reading, ELLCO PRE-K: See print and early writing • Effective and accurate for more information. • A great way to improve teacher quality by pinpointing strengths and seeing which areas need improvement • Easy to administer, with complete information about conducting classroom observations, scoring accurately, and limiting bias CATALOG SPECIAL! SAVE on the User’s Guide and Tool—$50.00 | Stock #: 13202P-S1061 | 2008 Components also sold separately at

Road to the Code

A Phonological Awareness Program for Young Children


By Benita A. Blachman, Ph.D., Eileen Wynne Ball, Ph.D., Rochella Black, M.S., & Darlene M. Tangel, Ph.D.

“Very beneficial in preparing young children to become proficient readers and writers.” —Myrtis Johnson, M.Ed., Samford University

Teach phonological awareness and letter–sound correspondence to struggling students in K–Grade 1 with this popular 11-week program supplement.


Road to Reading


A Program for Preventing & Remediating Reading Difficulties By Benita A. Blachman, Ph.D., & Darlene M. Tangel, Ph.D.

Includes CD-ROM with 200+ pages of classroom materials—lesson plan forms, sound pack cards, word cards, and much more!


This Road to the Code followup for Grades 1–3 targets higher-level skills related to accuracy and fluency, including word identification, oral reading, and spelling.

• 44 developmentally sequenced lessons • With detailed scripted instructions & photocopiable flash cards • Flexible program—students learn at their own pace, one-to-one or in groups

• Innovative and flexible—use with any core reading program • Facilitates 6 levels of reading instruction that increase in complexity • Use with small groups or one-to-one, in 30–40 minutes per day

$54.95 | Stock #: 13202P-64389 | 2000 | 416 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiral-bound | ISBN 978-1-55766-438-9

$79.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69049 | 2008 | 468 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiral-bound with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-55766-904-9 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Effective Literacy Instruction for Students with Moderate or Severe Disabilities

Effective Decoding & Spelling Instruction, Second Edition By Marcia K. Henry, Ph.D.

“For those who enjoy the thrill of an ‘aha’ moment, there is one on every page.”

By Susan R. Copeland, Ph.D., & Elizabeth B. Keefe, Ph.D.

—G. Emerson Dickman, Esq., Past President, International Dyslexia Association

Packed with practical, immediately applicable activities and lesson plans for Pre-K to middle school, this bestselling text prepares you to teach decoding and spelling skills.

$37.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70748 | 2010 | 352 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-074-8

—Education Review

Discover practical, concise guidance for helping K–12 students with a wide range of disabilities meet academic standards for literacy. • Teach six key literacy components • Implement proven strategies backed by research and field testing • Plan lessons that get positive results $27.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68370 | 2007 | 224 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-837-0

Speech to Print TEXTBOOK



by Louisa Cook Moats, Ed.D.


by Louisa Cook Moats, Ed.D., & Bruce Rosow, Ed.D.

“Required reading for teachers as well as for those who prepare them.” —R. Malatesha Joshi, Ph.D., Texas A & M University

Two essentials for reading teachers—from renowned NCTQ-recommended expert Louisa Moats! • The bestselling textbook provides the foundational knowledge you need to explicitly teach elementary school students phonemic awareness, spelling, vocabulary, and more. • The workbook is the perfect way to help you practice the skills you learned from the textbook. CATALOG SPECIAL! SAVE on the Textbook and Workbook:—$56.50 | Stock #: 13202P-S1066

Great for SLPs and educators!


• Promote print awareness and phonological awareness • Improve spelling skills by teaching the origins of words • Help students understand and correctly use components of the English language

“An excellent learning tool for experienced as well as novice teachers.”


Unlocking Literacy


Dual Language Development & Disorders

A Handbook on Bilingualism & Second Language Learning, Second Edition By Johanne Paradis, Ph.D., Fred Genesee, Ph.D., & Martha B. Crago, Ph.D.

“Accessible, well-informed, and practical.” —Esther Geva, Ph.D., C.Psych., University of Toronto

Provide expert support for young dual language learners— and make informed decisions about assessment and intervention. • Dispel the myths about dual language development • Address reading impairments in dual language learners • Support children’s development in both languages $42.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70588 | 2011 | 296 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-058-8

Components also sold separately at | 1-800-638-3775 |



Next STEPS in Literacy Instruction

Interventions for Reading Success

Connecting Assessments to Effective Interventions

By Diane Haager, Ph.D., Joseph A. Dimino, Ph.D., & Michelle Pearlman Windmueller, Ph.D.

By Susan M. Smartt, Ph.D., & Deborah R. Glaser, Ed.D.

“A viable alternative for schools that lack the resources to invest in costly comprehensive programs.”

“Fills the gap between assessment and reading interventions.” —Nancy Mather, Ph.D., University of Arizona

—Education Review

Translate results of formative literacy assessments into targeted interventions and improved reading outcomes.


• Field-tested K–6 teaching guide • Ideal for use with TPRI® & DIBELS Next • Designed for use with RTI • Packed with activities directly linked to all the Big Ideas of literacy • Matches indicators on popular reading assessments with proven activities for struggling readers $39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70960 | 2010 | 256 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-096-0

• More than 100 one-page activities and interventions • Take just 20–30 minutes each • Includes assessment and intervention guidance • With photocopiable take-home activities for parents $54.95 | Stock #: 13202P-66789 | 2007 | 448 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiralbound | ISBN 978-1-55766-678-9

Looking for assessments? See page 34 for TPRI® and Tejas LEE®, and page 24 for ELLCO!

PAVEd for Success

Ready to Read

By Claire E. Hamilton, Ph.D., & Paula J. Schwanenflugel, Ph.D.

By Mary Lupiani Farrell, Ph.D., & Francie M. Matthews, Ph.D.

Includes CD-ROM with 350+ vocabulary picture cards, student tracking and assessment tools, and sample letters to parents.

“A ‘must have’ for every teacher in today’s inclusive classrooms.”

Building Vocabulary and Language Development in Young Learners

A Multisensory Approach to Language-Based Comprehension Instruction


—David C. Winters, Ph.D., Eastern Michigan University

Build preliteracy skills through science and social studies lessons with this program supplement for pre-K and kindergarten.

Elementary educators: solve students’ struggles with reading comprehension through the popular multisensory teaching approach.

• 24 proven, engaging lesson plans • Consistent with NELP guidelines and Common Core English Language Arts Standards • Boost literacy through lessons on magnets, outer space, seasons, recycling, and more

• Teach high-level reading skills that come together to form comprehension • Differentiate instruction based on students’ language abilities • Use multisensory adaptations to help students meet key literacy goals

$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71721| 2011 | 224 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-59857-172-1


Help struggling students in Grades K–3 meet grade level standards with this intervention guide on the five Big Ideas of early literacy.

$24.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70519 | 2010 | 120 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback ISBN 978-1-59857-051-9 | 1-800-638-3775 |


By Linda Diamond & Linda Gutlohn

“Detailed instruction and sample lessons that make using the book a joy.”

Learning How to Improve Vocabulary Instruction Through Teacher Study Groups By Joseph Dimino, Ph.D., & Mary Jo Taylor, Ed.D.

—Teaching PreK-8 Magazine

Understand key research on vocabulary instruction and put best practices to work with this book from the trusted Consortium on Reading Excellence (CORE).

$34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69285 | 2006 | 232 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-928-5

—Marcia K. Henry, Ph.D., Past President, IDA

Improve K–8 vocabulary instruction and student achievement through collaborative professional development. • Complete guide to nine in-school Teacher Study Group sessions • Proven to strengthen teaching practices • Includes handouts, activities, and more $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70540 | 2009 | 216 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-054-0

Take our fast e-book survey & you could win a Visa gift card! See page 44.

Powerful Writing Strategies for All Students


By Karen R. Harris, Ed.D., Steve Graham, Ed.D., Linda Mason, Ph.D., & Barbara Friedlander, M.A., NBCT

“If you have to choose one resource on written expression, this is it!” —Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D., National Center for Learning Disabilities

Writing Better

Effective Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties By Steve Graham, Ed.D., & Karen R. Harris, Ed.D.

“An invaluable, practical resource that explains its ideas in depth.” —Midwest Book Review

Get 70+ concise, field-tested lesson plans for K–8 students who struggle with writing.

Learn why and how to make explicit, systematic writing instruction a part of your elementary or middle school classroom.

• Ideal supplement to your existing writing curriculum • Strengthens every phase of the writing process • Grounded in the proven Self-Regulated Strategy Development approach • Supports effective instruction with step-by-step guidelines and optional scripts • Engages students with mnemonic devices they’ll easily grasp and remember

• Get strategies and action plans that improve writing skills • Review field-testing results that show why the strategies work • See before-and-after samples of student writing • Help students succeed at different types of writing, including stories, explanations, persuasive essays, reports, and comparisons

$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-67052 | 2008 | 444 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-705-2

$29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-67045 | 2005 | 192 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-704-5 | 1-800-638-3775 |


• Ensure quality vocabulary instruction in elementary to high school • Master the what, why, when, and how of explicit instruction • Get detailed sample lessons with step-by-step instructions and explicit scripts

“A perfect model for staff development . . . based on solid educational research.”


Vocabulary Handbook



Building Comprehension in Adolescents Powerful Strategies for Improving Reading and Writing in Content Areas

By Linda H. Mason, Ph.D., Robert Reid, Ph.D., & Jessica L. Hagaman, Ph.D.

“An important evidence-based approach to improving the comprehension of struggling adolescent learners.” —Joanna Williams, Ph.D., Columbia University


omprehension problems have become an epidemic: One out of every four secondary school students is unable to read and comprehend the material in textbooks.* Start addressing the root of the problem today with this practical teacher’s guide, designed to strengthen reading comprehension and written expression in Grades 6–12 so students can master academic content.



Improve skills critical to higher achievement: • • • • • • •

vocabulary development essay writing quick writing goal setting note organization homework completion and more

• Improve students’ reading and writing through the proven Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) approach • Embed reading, writing, and organization strategies into science and social studies lessons • Strengthen skills critical to higher achievement, including vocabulary, essay writing, story writing, sustaining attention, and goal setting • Help a wide range of struggling learners with and without disabilities PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Sample lessons with lesson overviews and objectives, suggested teacher scripts, explicit step-by-step instructions and more. $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72100 | 2012 | 272 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-210-0 * The Alliance for Excellent Education, 2006

Effective Instruction for Middle School Students with Reading Difficulties The Reading Teacher’s Sourcebook

By Carolyn A. Denton, Ph.D., Sharon Vaughn, Ph.D., Jade Wexler, Ph.D., Deanna Bryan, & Deborah Reed, Ph.D.

“A valuable resource for middle schools striving to meet reading standards.” —Linda H. Mason, Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University


or use with struggling readers in Grades 6–8, this book shows literacy teachers how to conduct evidence-based instruction for adolescents. Includes 20+ sample lessons!


With more than 20 sample lessons!

• select assessments for comprehension, fluency, and word recognition • use assessment results to plan individualized instruction • apply research-supported instructional practices within an RTI framework • set manageable short-term learning goals with students • give appropriate positive and corrective feedback PRACTICAL MATERIALS: 20+ step-by-step sample lessons that model successful instruction, including suggested teacher scripts. $49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72438 | 2012 | 328 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | layflat paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-243-8

28 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Strategies for Content Comprehension in Inclusive Classrooms Edited by Richard T. Boon, Ph.D., & Vicky Spencer, Ph.D.

“If implemented, the ideas in this book will ensure that all students, and especially students who have historically challenged the educational system, will learn to read, write, and think in complex ways.” —Douglas Fisher, Ph.D., San Diego State University



• mnemonics that help students remember and retrieve important information • graphic organizers that highlight key information and clarify abstract concepts • motivational and self-efficacy strategies that encourage deep, focused, and engaged reading • Collaborative Strategic Reading in student-led cooperative learning groups • technology-based applications such as adapted digital texts and opensource textbooks • and more


Resolve comprehension problems in Grades 6–12

or adolescents with reading disabilities, struggles with comprehension are a major obstacle to mastering academic content areas. Help resolve comprehension difficulties with the research-based strategies in this practical text, developed for use with students in Grades 6–12 with and without disabilities. It’s an ideal supplementary text for preservice educators—and a great resource for inservice teachers looking for new strategies.


Adolescent Literacy

PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Charts, graphic organizers, mnemonic strategies, and sample lesson plans teachers can use in their own classrooms. $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72209 | 2013 | 200 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-220-9

Adolescent Literacy Kit


mprove outcomes for your struggling readers in middle and high school with this kit of five practical, research-based resources! The Adolescent Literacy kit has the guidance, strategies, classroom tools, and sample lesson plans you need to strengthen students’ comprehension, improve their writing skills, and help them develop better organization strategies.

ORDER IT NOW & SAVE $20! $189.75 $169.75 | Stock#: 13202P-K12LB

Are you following Brookes?


We hope you’ll join us on Facebook, Twitter, FOLLOW US ON PINTEREST: and Pinterest! Get select sneak peeks at our newest publications, ask us a question or share what’s on your mind, and be the first to know about special promotions, discounts, author appearances, and more. Come join the conversation— we look forward to getting to know you better! | 1-800-638-3775 |



Cowboys Count, Monkeys Measure, and Princesses Problem Solve

Blocks and Beyond

By Jane M. Wilburne, Ed.D., Jane B. Keat, Ph.D., & Mary Napoli, Ph.D.

“Very timely . . . A valuable resource for teachers.”

Building Early Math Skills Through Storybooks

Includes grade-specific sample lessons & a blank les-son template for your own activities! Weave math concepts into storytime with this practical guide—and take the stress out of effective math instruction in pre-K–Grade 3. • Meet NCTM guidelines, with sample lessons explicitly linked to curriculum focal points • Target foundational math skills like problem-solving, reasoning, and critical thinking skills • Improve literacy and math skills simultaneously • Promote student engagement and enthusiasm $24.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71066 | 2011 | 136 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-106-6

Teaching Mathematics Meaningfully

Solutions for Reaching Struggling Learners By David H. Allsopp, Ph.D., Maggie M. Kyger, Ph.D., & LouAnn H. Lovin, Ph.D.

“An excellent resource for teachers of K–12 math with struggling learners.” —Zafer Unal, Ph.D., University of South Florida, St. Petersburg

This practical resource helps you unlock math concepts for K–12 students with learning disabilities, ADHD, or mild cognitive disabilities. • Teach the Big Ideas of math with confidence • Get lesson plans and research-based strategies that really work • Dismantle students’ barriers to learning math skills

Strengthening Early Math and Science Skills Through Spatial Learning By Mary Jo Pollman, Ph.D.

—Rosalind Charlesworth, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah

Spatial development should be part of every young child’s education: it’s linked with higher achievement not just in math and science, but across all academic areas. This is the guidebook that helps teachers seamlessly integrate spatial learning into every part of their curriculum, including math, science, art and literature, and social studies. Aligned with key focal points specified by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, this book gives teachers research-based insights and creative, age-appropriate activities for promoting children’s spatial development throughout the school day. $32.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71011 | 2010 | 200 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-101-1

Number Sense and Number Nonsense

Understanding the Challenges of Learning Math By Nancy Krasa, Ph.D., & Sara Shunkwiler, M.Ed.

“A game changer for math educators.” —Earl Oremus, Headmaster, Marburn Academy, Columbus, Ohio

Reader-friendly, research-based guide to what’s behind students’ math struggles. • Get inside your students’ heads and develop effective strategies • Help students struggling with arithmetic facts, word problems, fractions, and more • With practical classroom examples and assessment guidelines $32.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70205 | 2009 | 248 pages | illustrated | 7 x 10 paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-020-5

$31.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68660 | 2007 | 312 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-866-0

30 | 1-800-638-3775 |

By Nancy C. Jordan, Ed.D., & Nancy Dyson, Ph.D.




elp kindergartners at risk for math difficulties with these explicit, evidence-based interventions. Used on their own or as a follow-up to the Number Sense Screener™ (NSS™), the interventions in this user-friendly guide are a fun, simple, and highly effective way to boost key math skills such as oral counting, number recognition, and numeral writing. Teachers will get 24 scripted lessons, perfect for helping small groups of struggling students in just 30 minutes each. Proven in studies to improve young children’s number sense, these engaging lessons help resolve early math struggles before first grade—and start students on the path to long-term success in elementary school and beyond.


Boost young students’ math skills before first grade! Help students at risk for math difficulties: • • • • • • •

Count to 100 Recognize quantities Recognize numerals Connect numerals to quantities Write numerals Solve story problems Perform number operations on fingers • and more


Number Sense Interventions

• Aligned with Common Core State Standards—includes a chart of learning goals that shows exactly how the interventions align with CCSS • Research-based and validated • Great for Tier 2 Response to Intervention • Carefully scripted—easy to pick up and start using right away • Lessons build on each other, so children develop a strong foundation of critical math skills • Uses inexpensive materials many teachers already have in the classroom • Fun lessons encourage children’s engagement and development of attention skills • Flexible—easy to move at a slower or faster pace depending on student needs PRACTICAL MATERIALS: 24 engaging lessons with explicit teacher scripts

and instructions, plus photocopiable materials: 7 sets of flashcards, 12 charts that illustrate key math concepts, and a student activity sheet for each lesson. $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72919 | October 2013 | approx. 240 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiral-bound | ISBN 978-1-59857-291-9 E-book also available—see

Use these interventions in tandem with the Number Sense Screener™(NSS™), your quick, reliable way to screen early numerical competencies. Find out where children need extra support—and then use the Number Sense Interventions to target those specific skills. See page 36 to learn more about NSS!

Early Reading & Math Kit


et young children off to a great start with their math and literacy skills—and help struggling students early, before they fall behind. With this ready-made kit of four essential reading and math resources, you’ll teach alphabet skills effectively, improve students’ phonemic awareness, incorporate fun math lessons into storytime, and promote young students’ spatial awareness.

ORDER IT NOW & SAVE $20! $122.80 $102.80 | Stock#: 13202P-K12RB | 1-800-638-3775 |



Better outcomes with:

Assess interactions between children and teachers



he widely used, highly reliable CLASS™ tool gives you an accurate way to assess teacher–child interactions—a primary ingredient of quality educational experiences that promote future school success. With versions for toddler, pre-K, and K–3 classrooms, this bestselling tool establishes an accurate picture of classroom interactions through brief, repeated observation and scoring cycles, highlighting areas of strength and areas for growth useful for guiding improvement efforts. WHAT TO

DER CLASS™ Manuals Toddler—$49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72599 2012 | ISBN 978-1-59857-259-9 Pre-K English—$49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69414 2008 | ISBN 978-1-55766-941-4 Pre-K Spanish—$49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72384 2012 | ISBN 978-1-59857-238-4

AT A GLANCE • Developers: Robert C. Pianta, Ph.D., Karen M. La Paro, Ph.D., & Bridget K. Hamre, Ph.D. • Domains assessed: Crucial domains of teacher–student interaction: Emotional Support, Classroom Organization, and Instructional Support. (The CLASS™ Toddler tool focuses on Emotional and Behavioral Support and Engaged Support for Learning.) • Age range: Dedicated versions for toddler, pre-K, and K–3 classrooms • Who completes it: A trained CLASS™ observer (could be a researcher, teacher, principal, school psychologist, or educational consultant) • Pre-K version available in Spanish • Training available: CLASS™ Observation Training is an essential prerequisite for accurate use of the CLASS™ tool. Learn more at training-programs.

K–3—$49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69421 2008 | ISBN 978-1-55766-942-1

CLASS™ Forms Toddler—$30.00 | Stock #: 13202P-72605 2012 | ISBN 978-1-59857-260-5 Pre-K–3 English—$30.00 | Stock #: 13202P-69438 2008 | ISBN 978-1-55766-943-8 Pre-K–3 Spanish—$30.00 | Stock #: 13202P-72360 2012 | ISBN 978-1-59857-236-0

CLASS™ Dimensions Guides—quick guides that introduce teachers to the key areas assessed with the CLASS™ tool. Toddler, Pre-K, and K–3 versions available; Pre-K available in English or Spanish. $19.95 each (See to order.)

CLASS™ Dimensions Overviews—tri-fold laminated sheet that shows what to look for while observing the CLASSTM dimensions and scoring the tool. Toddler and Pre-K-3 versions available; Pre-K also available in Spanish. $30.00 each (sold in packages of 5. See to order.) Classroom Assessment Scoring System™ and CLASS™ are trademarks of Robert C. Pianta, Ph.D. | 1-800-638-3775 |

helps your program

1. Accurate assessment of what really matters The quality of teacher–student interaction is directly tied to student learning. The CLASS™ tool assesses critical dimensions of teacher–student interaction that contribute to academic and social success, including positive and negative classroom climate, teacher sensitivity, language modeling, and behavior management. The CLASS™ manual clearly describes what to look for when observing each dimension, taking the guesswork out of classroom assessment.


2. Better program planning and professional development Through brief, repeated observation and scoring cycles, the CLASS™ tool establishes an accurate picture of classroom interactions and clearly highlights areas of strength and areas for growth. Schools and whole districts can use the results of the CLASS™ tool to systematically strengthen their programs and plan professional development workshops that improve teachers’ knowledge and practices. (Professional development programs are offered through Teachstone; see



3. Ongoing monitoring and evaluation You can use the CLASS™ tool to observe teachers at regular intervals during the school year and give them direct feedback about their actual classroom practices. Giving teachers an objective, concrete measurement of their areas of strength and weakness helps them continue their successful practices with confidence—and target areas for improvement over the course of the year.

4. CLASS™ Training CLASS™ Observation Training is an essential prerequisite for accurate use of the tool. This two-day seminar gives you in-depth knowledge of the CLASS™ domains and dimensions and arms you with the knowledge you need to code classrooms using the CLASS™ tool. Introductory CLASS™ seminars and Train-the-Trainer programs are also available. Learn more at | 1-800-638-3775 |



Great teachers and great readers with BEST



Real reading progress in K–3


ou don’t have to be in Texas to benefit from TPRI® and Tejas LEE®, two comprehensive systems for helping English- and Spanish-speaking students make real reading progress in K–3. Thousands of schools across the country use these two authentic, research-based systems to help teachers teach and help achieve better reading outcomes. Guiding teachers step-by-step through diagnostic assessment, targeted intervention, and effective progress monitoring, TPRI® and Tejas LEE® solve key challenges for everyone:


TEACHERS are empowered with everything they need to link assessment data with targeted interventions and solve their students’ reading problems.

STUDENTS who may be at risk for reading failure get individualized help before problems escalate. Assessment is quick and engaging, and intervention activities help students master reading skills they’ll need to excel in every subject.

SCHOOLS get a detailed overview on every student and classroom, so they’ll have the accurate data they need to make critical decisions about instruction and professional development.

LEARN MORE at the Brookes site: Get your FREE 16-page sample and much more information on both systems, including a Q&A on the Top 10 Things Administrators Are Asking, and handy “What Do I Need?” charts.

How do TPRI® and Tejas LEE® improve outcomes? DIAGNOSE



Teachers pinpoint students’ strengths and weaknesses with in-depth, efficient assessment of skills in key areas.

Each system has an Intervention Activities Guide with hundreds of step-by-step, readyto-use activities, so it’s easy for teachers to link assessment with differentiated instruction.

With the brief, effective progress monitoring kits, teachers will check student progress in just a few minutes, so they’ll know where students need extra support.

Tejas LEE® and , are registered trademarks of The Texas Education Agency. Monitoreo del progreso para lectores emergentes™ is a trademark of The University of Texas System and The University of Houston System. Monitoreo del progreso para lectores principiantes™ is a trademark of The Texas Education Agency. TPRI® and are registered trademarks of The Texas Education Agency. Progress Monitoring for Emergent Readers™ is a trademark of The University of Texas System and The University of Houston System. Progress Monitoring for Beginning Readers™ is a trademark of The Texas Education Agency.

34 | 1-800-638-3775 |

TPRI® and Tejas LEE® are two separate systems that assess different reading skills: TPRI® is used to assess students who receive their primary reading instruction in English, and Tejas LEE® is used to assess students who receive their primary reading instruction in Spanish. Tejas LEE® is an authentic Spanish assessment, not a translation of TPRI®. The two systems were developed by separate teams of experts and piloted on different populations of students—so you can be confident they’re effectively meeting your students’ needs.

At a Glance K–3 students receiving primary reading instruction in English

What are the steps of TPRI®?

There are 4 steps: screen, diagnose, intervene, and monitor progress.

What are the TPRI® components?

Benchmarking kit, intervention guide with activities, record forms, progress monitoring kits (one for emerging readers, one for beginning readers), magnetic board & letters for Grade 1*

How long does assessment take per student?

Approximately 10-30 minutes in kindergarten, 10-45 minutes in Grade 1, and 10-15 minutes in Grades 2 & 3

Who’s using TPRI®?

More than 75,000 classrooms nationwide have successfully used TPRI®.

Does it fit with response to intervention?

Yes—TPRI® perfectly complements your RTI efforts.

At a Glance Who is it for?

K–3 students receiving primary reading instruction in Spanish

What are the steps of Tejas LEE®?

There are 3 steps: diagnose, intervene, and monitor progress.

What are the Tejas LEE® components?

Assessment kit, intervention guide with activities, record forms, progress monitoring kits (one for emerging readers, one for beginning readers)*

What about students with different dialects?

Tejas LEE® is written in “neutral” Spanish to account for different dialects.

How long does assessment take per student?

Approximately 10-20 minutes in kindergarten, 10-25 minutes in Grade 1, and 10-15 minutes in Grades 2 & 3

Who’s using Tejas LEE®?

More than 20,000 classrooms nationwide have successfully used Tejas LEE®.

Does it fit with response to intervention?

Yes—Tejas LEE® perfectly complements your RTI efforts.



Benchmarking Kit (includes Teacher’s Guide, Story Booklet, Task Cards, & Stopwatch) $189.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71257 | ISBN 978-1-59857-125-7

Tejas LEE® Assessment Kit (Teacher’s Guide, Story Booklet, Task Cards, and Stopwatch) $189.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71417 | ISBN 978-1-59857-141-7

Intervention Activities Guide—$69.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71400 224 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiral-bound | ISBN 978-1-59857-140-0

Intervention Activities Guide (Guía de actividades de intervención) $69.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71554 224 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | spiral-bound | ISBN 978-1-59857-155-4

Progress Monitoring for Emergent Readers™ (PMER) Kit (includes Teacher’s Guide & Task Card Booklet) $69.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71318 | ISBN 978-1-59857-131-8 Progress Monitoring for Beginning Readers™ (PMBR) Kit (includes Teacher’s Guide & Story Booklet) $69.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71356 | ISBN 978-1-59857-135-6 Student Record and Class Summary Sheets and other essential components sold separately; see


Who is it for?


What’s the difference between TPRI® and Tejas LEE®?

MPLE Kit (Teacher’s Guide and Story Booklet) $69.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71479 | ISBN 978-1-59857-147-9 MPLP Kit (Teacher’s Guide and Story Booklet) $69.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71509 | ISBN 978-1-59857-150-9 Student Record and Class Summary Sheets sold separately; see

*Items sold separately | 1-800-638-3775 |



Are you catching math struggles early enough? Screen kids with

nss now—before they fall behind! TM


umber sense is a key indicator of future math success— and now there’s a quick, reliable, and affordable way to screen early numerical competencies in Grades K–1 and identify students at risk for later math struggles. A research-based tool that requires no extra training, Number Sense Screener™ (NSS™) K–1 gives you the critical information you need to

Catch at-risk students early  Predict mathematic achievement through at least  third grade

Start planning effective, targeted interventions  Monitor progress and identify where students need  more support


Meet national and state standards, including Common 


Core State Standards in Kindergarten and NCTM Standards and Focal Points

nss At a Glance TM

Number Sense SCOOMOING N Interventions

What is it?

A quick number sense screening tool that accurately identifies children at risk for mathematics difficulties

When is it done?

At least three times: in the fall of kindergarten, the spring of kindergarten, and the fall of first grade

Which areas are screened?

Counting skills, number recognition, number comparisons, nonverbal calculation, story problems, and number combinations

How many items are there?

There are 29 items. (Sample: “Kisha has 6 pennies. Peter takes away 4 of her pennies. How many pennies does Kisha have now?”)

Who completes and scores it?

NSS can be easily completed and scored by a teacher, a learning specialist, or a school psychologist.

How long does it take?

About 15 minutes per child, and about 5 minutes to score

Is the tool valid and reliable?

Yes. NSS has internal consistency of .85 and predictive validity of .70 (end of third grade math achievement)

By Nancy C. Jordan, Ed.D., & Nancy Dyson, Ph.D.

Follow your NSS™ screenings with explicit, evidence-based interventions that help kindergartners at risk for math difficulties! • • • • •

24 scripted lessons—just 30 minutes each Aligned with Common Core State Standards Research-based and validated Great for Tier 2 Response to Intervention Includes photocopiable flashcards, charts & activity sheets

$34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72919 | October 2013 | ISBN 978-1-59857-291-9

See page 31 to learn more!

Number Sense Screener™, NSS™, and


nss are trademarks of Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Inc. TM | 1-800-638-3775 |

—David C. Geary, Ph.D., University of Missouri

“An indispensable, teacher-friendly tool for ensuring that all students shoot out of the starting gate when they get to first-grade math.” —Nancy Krasa, Ph.D., co-author, Number Sense and Number Nonsense



nss Works

Administer the items using pictures in the Stimulus Book and the handy Quick Script:


Then record the child’s responses on the simple Record Sheet and calculate the scores:


Show the child the picture . . .



“A significant and welcomed advance in our ability to identify early risk for long-term difficulties in learning mathematics.”

. . . and follow the instructions: 1.

Say to the child, “Here are some stars. I want you to count each star. Touch each star as you count.” •

In the blanks, record the number the child says as he or she touches each star. If the child stops before 5, put a dash in the remaining blanks.

In the box marked “Correct(+)/Incorrect(-)” write “+” (= correct) if the count is error free, or write “-” (= incorrect) if the child makes an error.


When the child is finished counting, turn to the blank page and ask, “How many stars were on the paper you just saw?”


Write “+” (= correct) if the child says “5”, or write the number the child said (= incorrect) if the child said any other number.



Order today!

Number Sense Screener™ (NSS™) Set, K–1, Research Edition By Nancy C. Jordan, Ed.D., & Joseph J. Glutting, Ph.D., with Nancy Dyson, Ph.D. Includes a User’s Guide, a Stimulus Book with all the visual stimuli needed to administer the items, an explicit Quick Script for accurate administration, and a pack of 25 Record Sheets. $89.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72261 | 2012 | ISBN 978-1-59857-226-1 Components also sold separately; see | 1-800-638-3775 |



Great K–3 literacy programs start with ELLCO! Effectively assess literacy practices and supports with this reliable observation tool, trusted in schools across the country. It’s a great way to see what’s working now, target areas for quality improvement, and monitor teacher and student progress over time.

SEE PAGE 24 to learn more! GET CUSTOMIZED ELLCO TRAINING through Brookes On Location; see

Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities An Educator’s Guide

By Harold L. Kleinert, Ed.D., & Jacqui Farmer Kearns, Ed.D., with invited contributors

“A great resource for the people on the front line of alternate assessment.” —Fred Spooner, Ph.D., The University of North Carolina, Charlotte

The definitive practical sourcebook on K–12 alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards (AA-AAS).


• Develop effective AA-AAS linked with grade-level content standards • Ensure quality instruction that leads to higher achievement • Includes sample modified lessons in key content areas $42.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70762 | 2010 | 376 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-076-2

Teaching and Assessing Low-Achieving Students with Disabilities

A Guide to Alternate Assessments Based on Modified Achievement Standards Edited by Marianne Perie, Ph.D.

“A wonderfully comprehensive research-based guide.” —Martha L. Thurlow, Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Essential for policymakers and administrators, this research volume is the most in-depth exploration of alternate assessment based on modified achievement standards (AA-MAS). • Make sound decisions about alternate assessments • Provide guidance on aligning instruction with content standards • Master the technical and practical aspects of AA-MAS

Alternate Assessments Based on Alternate Achievement Standards

Policy, Practice, and Potential Edited by William D. Schafer, Ed.D., & Robert W. Lissitz, Ph.D.

“The go-to resource for information about alternate assessments.” —Gregory J. Cizek, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

With this big-picture examination of today’s best knowledge about alternate assessments, assessment developers and decision-makers will discover • What we know about effective alternate assessments • What’s working today in 7 key states across the country • What we need to do to focus future efforts $44.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70373 | 2009 | 408 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-037-3

$44.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71172 | 2010 | 344 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-117-2

38 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Strategies High School Teachers Use that Work! By Carolyn Hughes, Ph.D., & Erik W. Carter, Ph.D.

“A great resource . . . The CD is fantastic, allowing the materials to be easily modified for each student.” —Richard Rosenberg, Ph.D., Vocational Coordinator, WorkAbility and Transition Partnership Project; Teacher of the Year, 2009-2010, Whittier Union High School District


+transition strategies—research-based and teacher-tested!

That’s what you’ll get in this thoroughly revised edition of the bestselling The Transition Handbook. Updated with fresh strategies and more on today’s most critical transition topics, this ultra-practical, easy-to-use guide will help you develop effective school and community supports and teach students the skills they need for adulthood. CD-ROM

• • • • • • •

access the general curriculum increase social acceptance set and reach individualized goals strengthen positive behavior prepare for college and employment learn essential functional skills and more

PRACTICAL MATERIALS: CD-ROM with 30+ checklists and forms that help with social skills, classroom supports, job satisfaction, and more. $39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71998 | 2012 | 232 pages | 8.5 x 11 | paperback with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-59857-199-8

Life Beyond the Classroom


Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities, Fifth Edition By Paul Wehman, Ph.D.

With online instructor materials: videos and activities, PowerPoint slides, study questions, and more The fifth edition of this pioneering textbook is your ultimate resource for supporting transition in today’s changing world and helping young people with disabilities navigate new financial, family, employment, and educational challenges. $79.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72322 | 2013 | 616 pages | 7 x 10 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-232-2 E-book also available—see | 1-800-638-3775 |

Universal Design for Transition

A Roadmap for Planning and Instruction


Teacher-tested transition strategies that work!



The New Transition Handbook

By Colleen A. Thoma, Ph.D., Christina C. Bartholomew, Ph.D., & LaRon A. Scott, M.Ed., with invited contributors

Enhance transition with the principles of universal design for learning with this groundbreaking guide. • Present information in multiple formats and media to help students achieve goals • Improve assessment, IEPs, employment preparation, and more • Get creative suggestions for a wide range of technology supports $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69100 | 2009 | 256 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-910-0



Discover The Brookes Transition to Adulthood Series!

Great for teacher training sessions!


upport young people with disabilities on the road to adulthood with these concise, research-to-practice guidebooks on key transition topics. You’ll get real-world tips and strategies, vivid case studies, and photocopiable forms and checklists to help you apply best practices and ensure positive outcomes for young adults.

Essentials of Transition Planning By Paul Wehman, Ph.D., with invited contributors

The keystone of the whole series, this down-to-earth guidebook collects all the fundamentals of well-crafted transition plans—straight from one of the top authorities on helping young people with disabilities lead fulfilling adult lives. Learn how to plan transition at both individual and community levels, develop individualized curricula, strengthen students’ academic and functional skills, improve access to the general curriculum, write and implement effective transition IEPs, overcome barriers to service coordination, and more. $27.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70984 | 2011 | 200 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-098-4

Transition Planning for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Youth By Gary Greene, Ph.D.

A veteran trainer of transition specialists, Gary Greene teaches readers key skills and best practices in culturally responsive, family-centered transition planning. Professionals who work with diverse young adults from ages 14 to 22 will learn how to develop culturally responsive transition IEPs, prepare Summary of Functional Performance (SOP) documents, minimize conflict and strengthen communication with families, encourage students’ active participation in transition planning, implement successful parent support programs, and more. $24.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71592 | 2011 | 160 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-159-2

Evidence-Based Instructional Strategies for Transition By David W. Test, Ph.D., with invited contributors

Includes Indicator 13 checklist! Deliver instruction that fully complies with the high-stakes requirements of IDEA’s Indicator 13! Developed by David Test, one of today’s most highly respected authorities on transition to adulthood, this book has the practical, evidence-based guidance readers need to help students with significant disabilities prepare for every aspect of adult life, from applying for a job to improving social skills. Plus an invaluable Indicator 13 checklist shows at a glance whether a student’s IEP meets the critical IDEA requirements. $24.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71929 | 2012 | 168 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-192-9

40 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Three NEW books in the series! Teaching Transition Skills in Inclusive Schools By Teresa Grossi, Ph.D., & Cassandra M. Cole, Ed.D.

How can high schools teach standards-based academic content and the critical transition skills students need to navigate adulthood? Find out in this guide, which introduces a unified framework for transition services that gets all students ready for college, careers and citizenship. Includes six model lesson plans aligned with Common Core State Standards:

U.S. History (Civil Rights), Integrated Math and Consumer Science (Buying a Car), Health and Wellness (You Are What You Eat), Science (Ecosystems), Spanish (Conversation Basics), and English (Job Application and Resume). $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72339 | 2013 | 152 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-233-9


Demystifying Transition Assessment By Colleen A. Thoma, Ph.D., & Ronald Tamura, Ph.D., with invited contributors

This book demystifies the what, when, why, and how of collecting transition assessment data—and using the results to help students with disabilities prepare for adulthood. Learn how to choose assessments appropriate for each situation and student, collect the right data at the right time, implement evidence-based practices that meet IDEA requirements, and translate assessment results into better transition IEP plans. Includes an invaluable quick-reference guide to more than 90 transition assessments and which areas they assess!



Strengthen transition assessment in 7 key areas: Academics • Self-determination • Employment • Community living • Postsecondary education • Recreation and leisure • Health care $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72148 | 2013 | 176 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-214-8


Self-Determination and Transition Planning By Karrie A. Shogren, Ph.D.

Self-determination has a powerful positive impact on post-school outcomes for young adults with disabilities—but how can educators teach students the skills they need to make their own choices and achieve their goals as they enter adulthood? Packed with practical, research-validated guidance and worksheets and activities on explicitly teaching self-determination skills, this empowering guidebook shows the way. Discover how to assess a student’s current level of self-determination and help them develop and practice critical skills such as expressing preferences, making choices, setting and attaining goals. Teach essential self-determination skills: Expressing preferences • Making

choices • Self-management skills • Goal setting and attainment • Self-advocacy skills • and more $29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72698 | 2013 | 168 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-269-8 | 1-800-638-3775 |



Transition of Youth & Young Adults with Emotional or Behavioral Difficulties An Evidence-Supported Handbook

Edited by Hewitt B. “Rusty” Clark, Ph.D., & Deanne K. Unruh, Ph.D.

“An outstanding, empirically based guide.” —Peter E. Leone, Ph.D., University of Maryland

Apply best practices to ensure smooth transition for students with emotional or behavioral challenges. • Implement a Continuous Quality Improvement process • Reduce common risk behaviors • Bridge the gap between child and adult mental health services • and more $39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69636 | 2009 | 384 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-963-6

Autism & the Transition to Adulthood Success Beyond the Classroom

By Paul Wehman, Ph.D., Marcia Datlow Smith, Ph.D., & Carol Schall, Ph.D.

“The most practical book I have read on developing measurable transition goals.” —Sherrilyn K. Fisher, Ph.D., Past President, DCDT

Filled with hard-to-find information on how characteristics of people with autism affect transition, this guide shows you how to • Navigate all aspects of transition planning, from assessment to college and employment preparation • Put proven strategies into action with practical forms and checklists • Help young people develop life skills in key areas $37.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69582 | 2009 | 304 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-958-2

Transition Strategies for Adolescents & Young Adults Who Use AAC Edited by David B. McNaughton, Ph.D., & David R. Beukelman, Ph.D.

“Packed with up-to-date research, lively case examples, and down-to-earth how-to strategies. This is a must-have.” —Carolyn Hughes, Ph.D.,Vanderbilt University

Support fulfilling, self-determined adult lives for young people who use AAC. • Research-based guide to effective transition planning • Address employment, college, literacy, community life, and more • Get guidance from top experts and personal stories from students

Launching into Adulthood

An Integrated Response to Support Transition of Youth with Chronic Health Conditions and Disabilities Edited by Donald Lollar, Ed.D.

Streamline and coordinate transition services—and improve outcomes for young adults with disabilities and chronic health conditions—with this definitive volume on system reform. • Maintain high-quality health care and insurance as adolescents enter adulthood • Prepare for every aspect of meaningful employment • Secure and keep an affordable and accessible home • Participate fully in community activities • Use local transportation as independently as possible $49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71028 | 2010 | 240 pages | 6 x 9 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-102-8

$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69971 | 2010 | 288 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-997-1

42 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Lessons Learned from Project SEARCH®

By Maryellen Daston, Ph.D., J. Erin Riehle, M.S.N., & Susie Rutkowski, M.A.

“A compelling road map to meaningful work for youth with significant disabilities.” —Erik Carter, Ph.D., Peabody College at Vanderbilt


pply key principles and strategies from the highly successful Project SEARCH® internship model—and help young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities get, keep, and succeed at a fulfilling job of their choice. LEARN HOW TO:

Support employment with lessons from Project SEARCH®

• teach competitive, marketable, transferable skills in real work settings • promote collaboration among businesses, transition teams, and young people and families • break down obstacles to meaningful employment for people with disabilities • help students master the subtleties of appropriate workplace conduct • develop customized follow-along services so the student can retain employment

$34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72490 | 2012 | 264 pages | 8.5 x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-249-0 *Technical assistance and a licensing agreement required to establish an official Project SEARCH® program site; see

What is Project SEARCH and how does it work? ®

Find out in this article from our Disabilities newsletter: It costs employers money to recruit, train, and retain good employees. They want workers who are dependable, well trained (and willing to be trained), who get along with others, and who have a good attitude. In cities and towns around the country, businesses are discovering prospective employees with these very qualities who have graduated from the Project SEARCH® High School Transition Program. Project SEARCH is a school-to-work program with a remarkable success rate for placing students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in paid employment that is both rewarding to them and valuable to their employers. The program has been so successful that it has grown from its original site in Cincinnati to over 200 sites across the United States and Canada, England, Scotland, and Australia.


The origins of Project SEARCH Project SEARCH grew out of a search for a real-world solution to a real-world problem. Erin Riehle, then nursing director of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Emergency Department, was frustrated by chronically high turnover and lackluster performance of personnel hired to stock examination room supply carts. Typically, the most readily available pool of candidates for this position consisted of undergraduates hoping to get into medical school, nursing students, and others who wanted to add hospital experience to their resumes. Although these were competent, bright people, they lacked any real interest in the job.


PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Student Selection Rubric Guide, social skills activities, Lesson Plan for Choosing Internships, task breakdowns from sample Project SEARCH® sites, and more.


High School Transition that Works

During the same period, Erin saw a young man with developmental disabilities bagging groceries at the grocery store, and the germ of an idea was born. She asked herself. . . Keep reading now at

Sign up for our newsletters for more exclusive articles, author Q&As, book excerpts, new-title announcements, and more—delivered right to your inbox! See to sign up. | 1-800-638-3775 |



The Way to Work

Think College!

By Richard G. Luecking, Ed.D.,

By Meg Grigal, Ph.D., & Debra Hart, M.Ed.

“Easily the most practical how-to book available for transition specialists.”

Includes practical tools such as a self-advocacy checklist, sample student schedules, and a college-planning checklist.

How to Facilitate Work Experiences for Youth in Transition with invited contributors

—Paul Wehman, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University

Rely on the powerful strategies in this guidebook to connect students with great early work experiences. • Uncover students’ strengths, needs, and interests • Recruit employers • Guide students in advocating for accommodations on the job • Promote students’ social skills $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68981 | 2009 | 248 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-898-1

Postsecondary Education Options for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Uncover the big picture of today’s postsecondary education (PSE) options for students with intellectual disabilities. • Fully explore the three primary models for PSE • Support students before, during, and after the transition to college • Help connect students’ PSE experiences directly to life goals Visit for videos, student stories, and more on inclusive postsecondary education!


$39.95 | Stock #: 13202P-69179 | 2010 | 344 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-55766-917-9

Preparing Students with Disabilities for College Success A Practical Guide to Transition Planning

Edited by Stan F. Shaw, Ed.D., Joseph W. Madaus, Ph.D., & Lyman L. Dukes III, Ph.D.

“Everything you ever need to know to enhance the success of students with disabilities seeking to attend college.” —Jeanne M. Kincaid, J.D., disability attorney and consultant

The most practical guidance available on helping students with mild to moderate disabilities make the transition to college! Get how-to help with key aspects like:

Print or E-Books? We’d like to know where you stack up. Tell us about your print and e-book preferences in this short survey—just 3-5 minutes to complete—and enter for your chance to win a $25.00 Visa Gift Card!

Just go here to start the survey now: Sweepstakes begins on August 1, 2013 and ends on December 31, 2013. This sweepstakes is void where prohibited by law. Five total drawings will be held, one winner per drawing. Drawings will be held on the first Tuesday of the month between September 2013 and January 2013. Winners will be notified by email. See official sweepstake rules at

• Academic and behavioral supports • The admissions process • Eligibility for services and accommodations • Supportive technology $37.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70168 | 2010 | 312 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-016-8

44 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Road Maps for Improving State and National Education, Research, and Training Programs


By Peter Doehring, Ph.D., with invited contributors

“An in-depth and thoughtful description of the landscape of autism . . . a must-read.’” —George Jesien, Ph.D., Executive Director, Association of University Centers on Disabilities


hat are the keys to effective autism programs—and how do they solve their biggest challenges and meet the needs of all children and families? Find out in this book, an in-depth road map of autism services, research, and policies that are strengthening outcomes for children. With detailed reviews of 9 innovative state and national initiatives in public and private settings, this book gives you models you can use to help develop an efficient, cost-effective autism program—or expand your existing services.

Lessons from effective, innovative autism programs across the country


• • • • • • •

Clearly identifying viable funding sources Improving screening and early identification of autism Planning family- and person-centered activities that support each child’s goals Implementing positive behavior interventions and supports Translating scientific breakthroughs into evidence-based services Developing teacher training programs that build awareness and expertise and more!


Autism Services Across America

$49.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70953 | 2013 | 368 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-095-3

Schools that Make the Grade What Successful Schools Do to Improve Student Achievement

By Martin J.A. Ratcliffe, Ed.D., DD (Hon.), & Melissa L. Harts, Ed.D., with

invited contributors

“Demonstrate[s] the research in action while providing action items for all levels of personnel in schools.” —Elizabeth A. Potts, Ph.D., University of Virginia


urn a good school into a great school with this practical guide to 7 success factors that directly correlate with student achievement. K–12 administrators and educators will get dozens of proven, research-based strategies for each success factor. tips for working with diverse students, and personal stories from successful educators and school leaders. An indispensable survival guide to the era of accountability!


Discover every great school’s 7 secrets to success!

• • • • • • •

Foster positive home–school relations Keep students engaged and motivated to learn in the time given Create a climate of high expectations Develop a clear and focused mission Monitor student progress frequently Receive strong and effective instructional leadership Ensure a safe and orderly environment

$29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70908 | 2011 | 208 pages | 6 x 9 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-090-8 | 1-800-638-3775 |



The Principal’s Handbook for Leading Inclusive Schools


By Julie Causton, Ph.D., & George Theoharis, Ph.D.


ehind every successful inclusive school is a great principal with passion, vision, and a practical plan. With so much riding on their strong and proactive leadership, every principal and administrator will want this how-to book: the essential guide to bringing schoolwide inclusion from theory to practice. Two renowned inclusion experts give readers clear guidance they can use right away to lead an inclusive school where every student learns and belongs. LEARN HOW TO:

SLP and OT guides coming soon! Stay tuned to

• Provide all students with access to the general education curriculum in the least restrictive environment • Make schoolwide (and districtwide) reforms that support social and academic success • Promote close collaboration between general and special educators • Implement supports that meet the individual needs of each student • Make sound decisions about content-specific accommodations and modifications • Facilitate use of gentle and positive supports to resolve challenging behavior • Partner effectively with school staff and families • Relieve job-related stress and avoid burnout PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Concrete tips and strategies; first-person stories

from school leaders; answers to commonly asked questions; helpful checklists and forms on co-teaching, behavior support, and more. $26.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72988 | 2013 | 168 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-298-8

Leadership Strategies for Successful Schoolwide Inclusion

The Beyond Access Model

By Dennis D. Munk, Ed.D., & Thomas L. Dempsey, M.S.Ed.

By Cheryl M. Jorgensen, Ph.D., Michael McSheehan, & Rae M. Sonnenmeier, Ph.D.

The STAR Approach

“Provides potential leaders with the tools they need to succeed.” —Michael L. Wehmeyer, Ph.D., University of Kansas

Make your school an inclusion STAR with this clear and practical framework for schoolwide inclusion. • Developed by veteran special education experts • Breaks the inclusion process into concrete, manageable goals • Covers RTI, IEPs, screening and progress monitoring, and more $34.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70892 | 2010 | 144 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-089-2


Promoting Membership, Participation, and Learning for Students with Disabilities in the General Education Classroom

CD-ROM Includes CD-ROM with more than a dozen printable checklists, forms, and templates!

Help students with disabilities not only participate, but also learn academic content with this innovative model. • Presumes competence and encourages high expectations • Consistent with the problem-solving framework of response to intervention • Goes beyond functional skills • Facilitates collaborative teaming and family–school partnerships $44.95 | Stock #: 13202P-67175 | 2010 | 272 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback with CD-ROM | ISBN 978-1-55766-717-5 | 1-800-638-3775 |

A Professional Development Package for Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom By Paula Kluth, Ph.D. A Film by Landlocked Films


hat do great inclusive schools really look like? Paula Kluth has the answers—and now they’re on one powerful DVD that will help make your school an inclusion success story. One of today’s most dynamic, respected, and in-demand experts on autism and inclusion, Paula Kluth brings together more than a dozen of her colleagues for this complete professional development package on effective inclusion. You’ll go inside real classrooms and get more than 70 minutes of invaluable strategies and insights from Paula and her colleagues. HELP THE TEACHERS IN YOUR SCHOOL: Differentiate instruction •

Nurture social skills through peer supports • Individualize objectives and standards • Use positive behavior supports • Co-teach effectively • and more DVD

Learn more and watch the trailer at


Design and Deliver

Planning and Teaching Using Universal Design for Learning

INCLUDES: Facilitator’s Guide with summaries of teaching strategies,

professional development plans, discussion questions, and forms to evaluate practices and plan supports.


“You’re Going to Love This Kid!”

$129.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72049 | 2012 | 74-minute DVD in 9 x 12 folder w/ 32-page saddle-stitched booklet | ISBN 978-1-59857-204-9

NEW guide t o UDL

By Loui Lord Nelson, Ph.D.

Get K-12 educators ready to use the three key principles of UDL—Engagement, Representation, and Action & Expression—to present information in multiple ways and meet the needs of diverse learners. Created by seasoned teacher and former UDL Coordinator Loui Lord Nelson, this vibrant, research-based guide covers student engagement, effective assessment, executive function, information processing, and much more. (Coming soon—enhanced e-book version with embedded video clips of teachers and administrators offering tips on key UDL topics.) US$29.95 | Stock #: 13202P-73503 | November 2013 | approx. 168 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-350-3

The Self-Assessment and Program Review for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (SAPR-PBIS™) By Bridget Walker, Ph.D., & Douglas Cheney, Ph.D.

Assess the effectiveness of your whole school’s PBIS efforts—without any need for an outside evaluator. With the valid and reliable SAPR-PBISTM K–12 tool and the comprehensive, step-by-step manual, you can be confident that your team is implementing evidence-based PBIS practices that promote students’ social and academic success. GET THE DATA YOU NEED TO: Link assessment

results with evidence-based action items • Boost teamwork and build consensus • Track progress toward your PBIS goals • Troubleshoot stalled progress toward goals To implement SAPR-PBIS™, purchase:

Administrators— see for more books that help you reach your goals!

Manual—$40.00 | Stock #: 13202P-71707 | 2012 | 160 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-170-7 Tool—$45.00 | Stock #: 13202P-72513 | 2012 | 28 pages | package of 10 | 8 ½ x 11 | saddle-stitched | ISBN 978-1-59857-251-3 SAPR-PBISTM is a trademark of the University of Washington. | 1-800-638-3775 |



Request your exam copy today! Landmark reading and dyslexia texts in the Extraordinary Brain Series!

Unraveling Reading Comprehension



Behavioral, Neurobiological, and Genetic Components Edited by Brett Miller, Ph.D., Laurie E. Cutting, Ph.D., & Peggy McCardle, Ph.D., MPH

This urgently needed text is the only cohesive, up-to-date compendium of knowledge about the behavioral, neurobiological, and genetic components of reading comprehension. $74.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72445 | 2013 | 296 pages | 6 x 9 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-244-5 E-book also available—see

Developmental Dyslexia

Early Precursors, Neurobehavioral Markers, and Biological Substrates Edited by April A. Benasich, Ph.D., & R. Holly Fitch, Ph.D.

Deepen your students’ understand-ing of the precursors and early indicators of dyslexia with this cutting-edge research volume. 40+ international contributors examine genetic, neurobiological, and cognitive factors that may contribute to dyslexia. $74.95 | Stock#: 13202P-71868 | 2012 | 376 pages | 6 x 9 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-186-8

Dyslexia Across Languages

Orthography and the Brain–Gene–Behavior Link Edited by Peggy McCardle, Ph.D., M.P.H., Brett Miller, Ph.D., Jun Ren Lee, Ph.D., & Ovid J.L. Tzeng, Ph.D.

What causes dyslexia, and how does it manifest across languages? Get the latest answers based on the best, most current research.

Fundamentals of Literacy Instruction and Assessment, Pre-K–6 Edited by Martha C. Hougen, Ph.D., & Susan M. Smartt, Ph.D.

Based on cutting-edge research, best practices, and new professional standards, this core textbook fully prepares pre-K–Grade 6 educators to teach every fundamental literacy skill and align instruction with Common Core State Standards. $64.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72056 | 2012 | 320 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | 2-color hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-205-6 E-book also available—see

Understanding RTI in Mathematics Proven Methods and Applications

Edited by Russell Gersten, Ph.D., & Rebecca S. Newman-Gonchar, Ph.D.

This is the definitive volume on RTI in math: what we know about it, why it works, and how to use it to ensure high-quality math instruction and higher student achievement. $36.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71677 | 2011 | 256 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-167-7

Why Is Math So Hard for Some Children?

The Nature and Origins of Mathematical Learning Difficulties and Disabilities Edited by Daniel B. Berch, Ph.D., & Michèle M.M. Mazzocco, Ph.D., with invited contributors

More than 35 internationally known contributors share their expertise on risk factors for math difficulties, connections between mathematics and reading disabilities, neuropsychological factors in mathematical learning disabilities, and much more. $52.95 | Stock #: 13202P-68646 | 2007 | 488 pages | 6 x 9 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-55766-864-6

$74.95 | Stock#: 13202P-71851 | 2011 | 368 pages | 6 x 9 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-185-1

48 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Systematic Instruction for Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities By Belva C. Collins, Ed.D.

—Harold L. Kleinert, Ed.D., University of Kentucky

Developed by a seasoned educator who has trained special education teachers for more than 25 years, this textbook fully prepares preservice K–12 teachers to use systematic instruction to link core content with critical life skills. Future educators will discover evidence-based methods that help them collect accurate screening and baseline data, plan successful instructional schedules, effectively use specific systematic instruction procedures such as graduated guidance and most-to-least prompting, expertly organize small-group systematic instruction, and more.


Third Edition

By Rachel Janney, Ph.D., & Martha E. Snell, Ph.D.

This NEW edition of the bestselling textbook gives future teachers a clear and concrete plan for K–12 inclusion. WHAT’S NEW:

• Practical guidance on implementing Universal Design for Learning • Content aligns clearly with an RTI framework • More on working with students with significant disabilities and complex learning needs • Printable planning tools available at • Helpful “focusing questions” at the start of each chapter • New stories from teachers and parents that spotlight challenges and successes


“A tremendously needed and highly readable text.”

Modifying Schoolwork


Request your exam copy today!

$32.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72933 | 2013 | 216 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-293-3

$42.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71936 | 2012 | 232 pages | 8 ½ x 11 | paperback | ISBN 978-1-59857-193-6 E-book also available—see

The Handbook of High-Risk Challenging Behaviors in People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Edited by James K. Luiselli, Ed.D., ABPP, BCBA

Prepare tomorrow’s professionals to sensitively and effectively address aggressive and destructive behaviors in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. With contributions from more than 30 prominent clinicians and researchers, this textbook gives future professionals cutting-edge research and empirically supported practices in six key topic areas: Self-Injurious Behavior, Aggressive Behavior, Sexual Offending Behavior, Eating Disorders, Criminal Behavior, and Therapeutic (Physical) Restraint. $54.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71684 | 2012 | 320 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback ISBN 978-1-59857-168-4 | 1-800-638-3775 |

Teaching Everyone An Introduction to Inclusive Education

By Whitney H. Rapp, Ph.D., & Katrina L. Arndt, Ph.D.

With online instructor materials: handouts, PowerPoint slides, student activities, and more As you prepare a new generation of K–12 teachers for today’s inclusive classrooms, you need a new kind of special education textbook—one that focuses on children, not disability labels. Teaching Everyone is the accessible introductory text your students need to • Align their teaching with the CEC Initial Content Standards • Stop relying on labels and work with each child’s unique needs and strengths • Learn research-backed teaching strategies for major academic content areas • Use differentiated instruction, universal design for learning, RTI, and more $69.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72124 | 2012 | 400 pages | paperback | 8 ½ x 11 | ISBN 978-1-59857-212-4 E-book also available—see




Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders Evidence-Based Intervention Strategies for Communication and Social Interactions

Edited by Patricia A. Prelock, Ph.D., & Rebecca J. McCauley, Ph.D.


his practical, accessible text and DVD introduce preservice SLPs to 12 evidencebased interventions that improve the communication and social skills of people with autism spectrum disorders.

SELECTED TOPICS COVERED: AAC strategies • Enhanced Milieu Teaching • joint


action routines • peer mediated support strategies • Picture Exchange Communication System • Pivotal Response Treatment • video modeling applications • and more


STUDENT-FRIENDLY FEATURES: Brief, illustrative video clips on DVD, case stud-

ies, and helpful learning activities. $64.95 | Stock #: 13202P-70533 | 2012 | 448 pages | 7 x 10 | paperback with DVD | ISBN 978-1-59857-053-3


Life Beyond the Classroom

Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities, Fifth Edition By Paul Wehman, Ph.D.


he fifth edition of this pioneering textbook is the ultimate resource for supporting transition in today’s changing world. Fully revised and updated, this edition gives you critical information on helping young people with disabilities navigate new financial, family, employment, and educational challenges.

WHAT’S NEW: New chapters on current topics, from working with families to multicultural transition planning • The latest evidence-based research in every chapter • Fresh contributions by top experts • New practical strategies and case studies SELECTED TOPICS COVERED: Self-determination • High-stakes accountability • Inclusion • Assessment • Social skills • Curriculum design • Transition IEPs • College & employment NEW ONLINE INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS: Videos and activities • Downloadable

PowerPoint slides • Convenient test bank • Key objectives • Study Questions $79.95 | Stock #: 13202P-72322 | 2013 | 616 pages | 7 x 10 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-232-2 E-book also available—see


Children with Disabilities Seventh Edition

Edited by Mark L. Batshaw, M.D., Nancy J. Roizen, M.D., & Gaetano R. Lotrecchiano, Ed.D., Ph.D.


et the seventh edition of the definitive disabilities text—now revised with the latest on all the critical issues professionals need to know as they prepare for their work.

WHAT’S NEW: New and expanded chapters on diagnosis, neuropsychological as-

sessment, autism, and more • 30+ new contributors • New developments in neuroscience, genetics, and imaging • Greater focus on interdisciplinary collaboration STUDENT-FRIENDLY FEATURES: Glossary, chapter overviews, case studies, exten-

sive cross-referencing, and resource lists for every topic NEW ONLINE INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS: High-quality downloadable medical

illustrations from the book • Customizable PowerPoint slides • Study questions • Extended case studies • Class activities $79.95 | Stock #: 13202P-71943 | 2013 | 904 pages | 7 x 10 | hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59857-194-3

50 | 1-800-638-3775 |

4 convenient ways to place your order:



m Birth to Five m K–12 m Clinical/Medical Personnel m 4-year College/Grad. m Comm. College/Vocational m Association/Foundation m Comm. Services

Name _________________________________________________________________

MAIL order form to

Address _______________________________________________________________

Brookes Publishing Co. P.O. Box 10624 Baltimore, MD 21285-0624

_______________________________________________________________________ m residential

m commercial

City___________________________________________________ State ___________

CALL toll-free 1-800-638-3775

ZIP ______________________________ Country______________________________

M-F, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.

Phone _________________________________________________________________

FAX 410-337-8539 30-day money-back guarantee! Ordering with Brookes is risk free. If you’re not completely satisfied, you can return your product within 30 days for a full credit of the purchase price (unless otherwise indicated). Refunds will be issued for prepaid orders. Items must be returned in resalable condition.

Email __________________________________________________________________ m Yes! I want to receive e-mail about new titles and special offers. (Your e-mail address will not be shared with any other party.) We auto-confirm all orders by email; please provide an email address to receive confirmation of order and shipping.

Your savings code (if applicable) __________________________________________

Stock #



ABOUT YOU (write in your specialty and check one field that best applies)




13202P- __ __ __ __ __ 13202P- __ __ __ __ __ 13202P- __ __ __ __ __ 13202P- __ __ __ __ __


Product subtotal (in U.S. dollars)

m Check enclosed (payable to Brookes Publishing Co.)

Shipping (see chart at bottom)

m Purchase Order (bill my institution—P.O. MUST be attached)*

Order subtotal

m American Express (15 digits)

PA, WA, MD state sales tax or GST (for CAN residents)**

m Discover (16 digits) m MasterCard (16 digits)

Grand total

m Visa (16 digits)

Credit card account number __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Security code (3 digit code on back of card, or 4 digit on front of card for American Express) __ __ __ __ Expiration date __ __ /__ __ Signature __________________________________________________________________________________________ * We reserve the right to add an additional 2% order processing fee on all orders that require special processing. **PA, WA, and MD residents: Please add state sales tax. Canadian residents: please add your GST. Sales tax should be calculated based on the total order (including shipping) in U.S. dollars. If sales tax is calculated incorrectly, Customer Service will correct it prior to processing your order and the adjusted total will appear on your invoice.

STANDARD GROUND SHIPPING & HANDLING (For other shipping options and rates, call 1-800-638-3775, in the U.S.A. and Canada, and 410-337-9580, worldwide.) Continental U.S.A., territories & protectorates; AK, HI & PR‡


For subtotal of


For subtotal of


$50.00 and under


$70.00 and under


$50.01 and over


$70.01 and over


‡AK, HI, and PR please add an additional $12.00. Orders ship via UPS Air.

Orders for Canada are consolidated for shipping twice each month.

Please call or email for expedited shipping options and rates.

Orders must be submitted by 5 PM ET on the 9th or the 24th of any given month to be included in our bi-monthly shippings. *calculate percentage on subtotal

All prices in U.S.A. dollars. Policies and prices subject to change without notice. Prices may be higher outside the U.S.A. | 1-800-638-3775 |


P.O. Box 10624 Baltimore, MD 21285-0624

Celebrate with us . . . Our 35th anniversary celebration is still going on at Stop by to: • Follow our 35 Good Deeds in Baltimore campaign • Add your voice to our “inspiration wall,” and tell us what inspires YOU to change the world • Enter for your chance to win a library of new and classic Brookes titles Visit the website for more details—and thanks for everything you do to make the world a better place for young children and their families.

. . . and stay in touch all year! We hope you’ll join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Get select sneak peeks at our newest publications, ask us a question or share what’s on your mind, and be the first to know about special promotions, events, and more. Come join the conversation—we look forward to getting to know you better! LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @BrookesPubCo FOLLOW US ON PINTEREST:

OPEN FOR 130+ TITLES! TO ORDER ONLINE at CALL your regional rep at 1-800-638-3775 MAIL or FAX order form on page 51 52

K-12 Education  

Professional books and curricula to help all students succeed.

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you