NONSEXIST EDUCATION FOR YOUNG CHILDREN: A PRACTICAL GUIDE, edited by Barbara Sprung (New York: Citation Press, 1975, $3.25). I can sum up my response to this publication in four words: Buy it! Read it! Although primarily designed for teachers and administrators of early childhood education programs, it will interest the parents of young children, particularly those involved in cooperative or parent-directed early childhood programs. However, all persons interested in the reduction and elimination of sexism in the educational process will find this book well-written, well-documented, and sound in its views of past and present early childhood education. The commitment to equality of educational opportunity for all children is evident throughout the book.