I feel like a lot of teaching books are like this. They spread out a few simple ideas into an entire book that ends up being very repetitive and hard to translate into concrete plans. I'm reading Tools for Teaching right now and while I love the content, I can't stand the writing style. I feel like he spends the first half just talking about how it's a good idea to implement the strategies in the book. It could probably be cut down to 1/3 of the size and still convey the same ideas.
Anyway, to the the useful part of my comment. I did some googling around and I found a powerpoint that goes along with my book. It's meant to be used in PD settings. I bet Love and Logic has PD materials that you can get your hands on too. Maybe not in the form of a powerpoint, but something that will sum up the ideas and maybe give you ideas to implement them.
Edit: I found one. I'll PM it to you.