Here's a sampling of critics' acclaim for Kathiann M. Kowalski's work:
“This eye-opening account explains the complicated science behind the re-emergence of almost-extinct diseases such as malaria, smallpox, and tuberculosis. Kowalski supplies evidence that many existing infections and diseases are becoming resistant to current treatments and provides examples of new, lethal outbreaks and epidemics emerging in this era of modern medicine.”
--Carolyn Geck, reviewing Attack of the Superbugs: The Crisis of Drug-Resistant Diseases, in School Library Journal.
“This is a book that would be an excellent supplement to any study on evolution and/or Inherit the Wind.”
--Bridget Slayden, reviewing Evolution on Trial: From the Scopes “Monkey” Case to Inherit the Wind, in Library Media Connection.
“Kowalski provides a detailed discussion of the problems of drugs in schools, overviews of the arguments about the merits of testing, and analysis of the numerous, often conflicting court rulings over the practice in the workplace and schools.”
--Mary Mueller, reviewing The Earls Case and the Student Drug Testing Debate, in School Library Journal.
“With well-supported evidence, both sides of this issue are addressed in an educational manner.”
--Sara Catherine Howard, reviewing Affirmative Action: Open for Debate, in Teacher Librarian.