This contributed text focuses on communication differences and disorders in culturally diverse children. Clinicians will find this book to contain a wealth of information about clinical strategies and procedures. In addition to a rich review of known strategies, readers will find an abundance of innovative suggestions for assessment and intervention of communication disorders in culturally diverse children. Unique aspects of this book include chapters on rural service delivery, interagency collaboration, culturally different learning styles, and working with families. The book is a collaborative effort of writers who live and work in different parts of the country, representing different racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds; all of which helps to make this book an invaluable resource.