I have met a personal goal of seeing my name on the cover of a book. This is an interesting book too because they describe in the beginning the case study of a middle school struggling reader and then contributing authors from their various perspectives offer insights and research to help that fictional student.
To cite it, you always cite the chapter authors and then the book editor like this:
Mohr, K., Flory, M., & Knezek, L. (2014). Promoting Agency, Access, and Acquisition Among Adolescent English Language Learners. In F. Fauk-Ross (Ed.), Literacy Development: Language-Based Approaches to Reading Comprehension (pp. 143-164). Rowland and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.