This book is a welcome addition to the field of adapted physical education and youth sports. Although there are many books on youth sports and many others on adapted physical education, this is one of the few books in which the author attempts to combine these two areas to provide concrete information on how to include children with disabilities into youth sports. The book is divided into two sections.

The first section provides an overview and rationale for including children with disabilities in youth sports. Chapters in this section include information on the benefits of youth sports, barriers to participation in youth sport by children with disabilities, theories related to coaching and what makes a good coach, and attitudes of teammates. Information is current and the author includes appropriate references to support key points. In addition, Barber provides wonderful stories about his...

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