Alvino, J. and the Editors of Gifted Child Monthly. Parent's Guide to Raising a Gifted Toddler: Recognizing and Developing the Potential of Your Child from Birth to Five Years. Little, Brown, & Co. 1989.
Beatty, Barbara. Preschool Education in America: The Culture of Young Children
from the Colonial Era to the Present. Yale University Press, 1995.
Bloom, B. S. Developing Talent in Young People. Ballantine, 1985.
Campbell, Patricia Sheehan and Carol Scott-Kassner. Music in Childhood: From Preschool Through the Elementary Grades. Schirmer, 1995.
Clark, Barbara. Growing Up Gifted, Merrill, 1992.
Coil, Carolyn. Motivating Underachievers. Learning Publishing. 1-800-729-5137
Davis, G.A. and S. B. Rimm. Education of the Gifted and Talented. Allyn, 1994.
Elkind, David. The Hurried Child: Growing Up Too Fast, Too Soon. Addison-Wesley, 1981.
Feldman, D. Nature's Gambit: Child Prodigies and the Development of Human Potential. Basic Books, 1986.
Gallagher, J.J. and S.A. Teaching the Gifted Child. Allyn, 1994.
Gardner, Howard. Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. BasicBooks,1985.
Gartenhaus, A. Minds In Motion: Using Museums to Expand Creative Thinking. Caddo Gap
Galbraith, J. The Gifted Kids Survival Guide For Ages 10 and Under. Free Spirit, 1984.
Glansburg, Scott. Math Magic for Your Kids. Hundreds of Games and Exercises from the Human Calculator to Make Math Fun and Easy. Morrow & Company, 1997.
Goleman, Daniel. Emotional Intelligence. Why It Can Matter More Than IQ? Bantam, 1995.
Graue, E. B. Is Your Child Gifted? A Handbook for Parents of Preschoolers. 1982.
Halsted, J. W. Guiding Gifted Readers from Preschool to High School: A Guide for Parent Teachers, Librarians and Counselors. Ohio Psychology Publishing, Dayton, Ohio, 1988.
Karnes, F. and R. G. Marquardt. Gifted Children and the Law;
Mediation, Due Process, and Court Cases. Ohio Psychology
Knopper, D. Parent Education: Parents as Partners. Open Space Communications, 1994.
L'Amour, Louis. Education of a Wandering Man. Introduction by Daniel J. Boorstin. Bantam, 1989. (See Book Notes, p.10.)
Markova, Dawn. How Your Child Is Smart: A Life Changing Approach to Learning. Conari Press. (510) 649 - 7175
Moore, L.P. Does This Mean My Kid's A Genius? McGraw Hill,
Negroponte, Nicholas. being digital. Knopf, 1995.
Papert, Seymour. Mindstorms: Children, Computers, Powerful Ideas. BasicBooks, 1980.
Perry, S. K. Playing Smart. Free
Postman, Neil. The Disappearance of Childhood. First Vintage Books Edition, August, 1994. Paperback. Originally published by Delacorte, 1982.
Saunders, J. Bringing Out the Best: A Resource Guide For Parents of Young Gifted Children, 1986.
Silverman, Linda, Editor. Counseling the Gifted and Talented. Love Publishing Co.,
Southern, W.T. and E. Jones. The Academic Acceleration of
Gifted Children. Teachers College Press, 1991.
Smutny, Joan Franklin and Kathleen and Stephen Veenker. Your Gifted Child: How to Recognize and Develop the Special Talents in Your Child from Birth to Age Seven. Ballantine Books, 1989.
Tallent-Runnels, Mary K. and Ann C. Candler-Lotven. Academic Competitions for Gifted Students: A Resource Book for Teachers and Parents.
Corwin Press. (805) 499-9774
Walker, S. Y. The Survival Guide for Parents of Gifted Kids: How to Understand, Live With and Stick Up for Your Gifted Child.
Free Spirit, 1991.
West, T. In the Mind's Eye: Visual Thinkers, Gifted People With Learning Difficulties, Computer Images, and the Ironies of Creativity. Prometheus, 1991.
Whitmore, Joanne Rand. Giftedness, Conflict, and Underachievement. Boston,
Winner, Ellen. Gifted Children, Myths and Realities. BasicBooks, Harper, 1996.
Catalog of ERIC Clearinghouse Publications. Many topics on Gifted and Early Childhood.
Cobblestone Publishing. Free catalog. 603-924-7209
Free Spirit Press. Gifted Education.
Free Catalog. 1-800-735-7323
Michael Olaf's Essential Montessori. Montessori learning resources catalog.
Zepher Press.Targets gifted education with a focus on critical thinking. Free Catalog. 520-322-5090
The American Association For Gifted Children, Preschool Project
For more information about AAGC, contact Margaret Evans Gayle, Executive Director or call (919) 783-6152.
Write to us at:
American Association for Gifted Children
at Duke University
Durham, North Carolina 27708-0270