Kusuma-Powell, Ochan & Powell, William (ed.). Count Me In: Developing Inclusive International Schools. Overseas Schools Advisory Council, Washington, D.C., 2000. The book provides teachers, administrators, parents and students with a practical blueprint of practices for exceptional children based on exemplary international learning theories and research. Although the project began in Africa, it is applicable to students around the world. It can be accessed on the Internet at www.state.gov/m/a/os/c14528.htm.
Shaywitz, S. Overcoming dyslexia: A new and Complete Science-Based Program for Reading Problems at Any Level. Borzoi , New York, 2003. This book takes advantage of recent brain research that demonstrates the ways in which dyslexic children differ in their processing of language/reading from other children, explains developmental progressions, and provides abundant strategies for parents and teachers to help dyslexic children become successful.
Hensley, Sharon. (1997). Home Schooling Children with Special Needs. Noble Publishing Associates. ISBN-10: 1568570244. ISBN-13: 978-1568570242. Home schooling mild to more severe learning disabled children. Resources and curriculum options for varying learning styles and unique issues special needs children have.
Bell, Debra. (2005). The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling. Nashville, Tennessee. Tommy Nelson, a division of Thomas Nelson, Inc. ISBN-10: 1400305667. ISBN-13: 978-1400305667. Wonderful resource for homeschooling children for both the beginner and the family who has homeschooled for years. Numerous web links, insights on curriculums, and covers all ages/grade levels. This book has an entire chapter on homeshooling special needs children but the entire book can be applied to teaching the special needs student.