British Journal of Learning Disabilities
I would recommend it to play group leaders, nursery staff, health and social workers - anyone who is concerned with the development of children in their care.
Share an Idea
What I particularly liked about this book was its gentle insistence that everyone (yes everyone!) can make and enjoy music. There are helpful tips on how to match activities to a child's abilities. All in all, this is a very useful and well-presented book.
A well written, beautifully illustrated and easy to follow book which re-emphasises that making music should be fun.
Child Language Teaching and Therapy
If, like me, you find performing music a minefield of difficulty, take heart. Elaine Streeter, a renowned music therapist, has given us a guide on how to make music, in a quality way, with a child who has special needs. A very useful little book.