Overall, we would not suggest Teaching Science for Social Justice to people interested in learning how to implement a social justice curriculum in the science classroom. Though our expectations may be partially to blame, this book did not focus on science in the classroom,rather it focuses on utilizing science in the community for a community building project. We can’t deny that the project that took place within the book was interesting and the anecdotes about the children involved were poignant at times, but, the book was redundant and dragged on. It was agreed upon that the chapters were too long and the book would be much improved if chapters were shorter, cut straight to the point and were more informative. Even though we did complete the book, we felt as a group that we could understand the whole gist of the book and the moral of the story in just two or three chapters. Because of this, it was necessary for us to depend upon other resources for discussion.