The book "Anxiety in children: Prevention and early intervention" provides a comprehensive literature review of the current state of knowledge of childhood anxiety, including information about its phenomenology, epidemiology, etiology, course and onset, consequences, assessment, treatments and prevention programs. This book explores gender differences in anxiety disorders, comorbity and possible groups that might be at risk for developing an anxiety disorder. It particularly focuses on the group of children with learning disabilities, their social and emotional development and high risk for developing anxiety. This book also includes information of the efficacy of psychosocial interventions in reducing anxiety disorders in school settings. It highlights the importance of prevention and early intervention and offer strategies to work towards them.