Congrats, Larry! The cover is very cool.
I read (and commented on) the original manuscript. It's a great read that provides more than a recitation of the familiar embodied cognition memes. It takes much of this standard material and challenges the reader to think more critically about what is being claimed. I think that it is much more than just a book for students.
Oh, and I have a cover blurb for the book. The truncated version of my comments that they published may seem a little over the top, but it really is a must have book. They didn't like the first draft of my comments:
Embodied Cognition is Shapiro acting out his firmest belief, " I don't have anything to say ... That's not going to stop me! " The many philosophical pratfalls and missteps in this book show why those who know Shapiro best think of him as the Jerry Lewis of academic philosophy.