I know of few books that consist solely of specific information and advice for mainstream teachers of ESL students (with the exception of the first two books in the list below). Most of the titles here are aimed at a wider audience and have a wider range of content. They can be recommended however for addressing many of the issues of interest and importance to non-ESL teachers who want to better understand and help the ESL students in their classes.
If you can recommend any other suitable books or articles not listed here, I'd be glad to hear from you.
A good overview of the issues facing mainstream teachers of ESL learners (aimed primarily at elementary school teachers). Contains useful information on how to help ESL students adjust to their new school in the first days and weeks.
An interesting and important account of how to ensure the full integration of the ESL student into the school. Contains many useful checklists to orientate teachers towards optimal practices, as well as suggestions on the content of an inclusive curriculum.
This book is primarily aimed at ESL teachers (and administrators) but contains much information that may be of use or interest to the mainstream teacher.
An excellent analysis of issues pertaining to ESL students in the mainstream. Contains chapters of special interest to science, math and humanities teachers.
Suggestions for grouping of ESL students in mainstream classes.
Theoretical information and practical advice on how to group students for maximum language acquisition.
How to identify ESL students with special extra needs and how to help them.
Very useful overview of the issues facing the mainstream teacher with ESL students in the class. Contains checklist of advice on how to handle ESL students.
An analysis of how to determine task difficulty for ESL students.
A short but useful article about what to expect from the Japanese girls in your class.