“Ann’s unwavering commitment to excellence went beyond commendable during the writing of this book. Ann’s editorial brilliance made The Joy of Children’s Literature the best it could be. Ann, thank you for always being there, for seeing something in me that I could not always see in myself.” --Denise Johnson, College of William and Mary. The Joy of Children's Literature, Houghton Mifflin.
"My thanks to Ann Greenberger who provided thoughtful and constructive guidance about how best to frame and present my ideas." --Catherine Sanderson, Amherst College. Social Psychology, First Edition. John Wiley & Sons.
"Thanks so much for your valuable comments. I especially appreciate the times when I have been stuck and couldn't see my way out. Your knowledge of special education and English language learners has been very helpful" --Joan C. Jones, Eastern Michigan University. Visualizing Elementary Mathematics Methods. Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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University of New Mexico
University of Oregon
Robert Wood Johnson
".I wouldn't have made it without all the good editing of my thesis." PhD student, Colgate University.
"The production team did an excellent job, I think, but they had to have something with which to work and much of the book's strength has to do with your perceptive and patient editing. You did a wonderful job and I thoroughly enjoyed working with you." --David Tanner, California State
University/Fresno. Statistics for the Behavioral Health and Sciences. Bridgepoint Education.
“One of Ann’s greatest strengths is that she truly cared about the content of this text and how it impacted the students reading it. Ann’s initiative strengthened the authenticity and integrity of this edition of the book. Ann initiated and developed a plan to include real-life accounts of people with disabilities as a means to establish credibility and interest with readers.She contributed valuable editorial recommendations based on her analysis of reviews and competing texts. The author team found her warm, helpful, responsive to author concerns, and knowledgeable. I can say with confidence that the book benefited from her expertise.” -- Michael Hardman, The University of Utah Human Exceptionality: School, Community, and Family. Pearson Education.
“With warmth and creativity, developmental editor Ann Greenberger collaborated with me every step of the way, and envisioned new ways to summarize research and concepts in visual diagrams.” – David G. Myers, Hope College. Social Psychology. McGraw-Hill.