Type of book: Picture book promoting ADHD understanding and coping skills
"A Dragon With ADHD" is a charming and cute picture book designed for children aged 4 to 8. It tells the story of a dragon with ADHD, exploring the challenges the dragon faces and providing helpful strategies to improve organization, focus, and success.
Through colorful illustrations and relatable storytelling, this book helps young readers understand and cope with ADHD in a positive and empowering way.
It emphasizes the importance of self-acceptance, determination, and resilience.
"My Whirling Twirling Motor" is a delightful storybook created for children aged 4 to 8. It follows the experiences of a child with ADHD, showcasing the energetic and active nature of their thoughts and behaviors.
Through engaging storytelling and vivid illustrations, this book promotes ADHD awareness and understanding among young readers. It encourages empathy, self-expression, and celebrates the unique qualities and abilities that individuals with ADHD possess.
Type of book: Storybook promoting understanding of ADHD
"The Boy with the Faster Brain" is a captivating storybook that promotes understanding of ADHD among children aged 6 to 10. It follows the journey of a boy who has a faster brain and experiences challenges related to attention and focus.
Through relatable storytelling, this book helps children empathize with those who have ADHD and encourages acceptance and inclusivity.
It highlights the unique strengths and abilities of individuals with ADHD, fostering a positive mindset and promoting understanding.
Type of book: Educational and informative picture book
"Learning To Slow Down & Pay Attention" is an educational picture book created specifically for children aged 6 to 10. It explains ADHD in a child-friendly manner, focusing on attention difficulties and impulsivity.
Through colorful illustrations and easy-to-understand language, the book provides helpful strategies and practical tips for managing ADHD symptoms.
It empowers children to develop self-awareness, practice self-regulation, and improve their ability to concentrate and stay focused.
"My Brain is a Race Car" is an educational book that introduces children aged 6 to 10 to the concept of a neuro-divergent brain.
Through engaging storytelling and relatable examples, this book explains the unique characteristics and strengths of neuro-divergent individuals, including those with ADHD. It promotes self-acceptance, understanding, and celebrates the diverse ways our brains work.
This empowering book encourages children to embrace their learning differences and recognize the strengths that come with their neuro-divergent brain.
Type of book: Personal narrative and educational book
"Cory Stories: A Kid's Book About Living With ADHD" is a personal narrative book that provides insight into living with ADHD from the perspective of Cory, a child with ADHD.
Through relatable stories, this book offers children aged 6 to 10 a deeper understanding of ADHD and its impact on daily life. It addresses common challenges, such as difficulty focusing, impulsivity, and hyperactivity, while also highlighting the unique strengths and talents that individuals with ADHD possess.
This book encourages empathy, self-acceptance, and fosters a sense of belonging.
"Mindfulness Activities for Kids with ADHD" is a wonderful resource designed to help children aged 6 to 12 with ADHD learn and thrive through mindfulness practices.
Filled with engaging stories and exercises, this book introduces mindfulness techniques in a fun and accessible way. It teaches children how to focus their attention, regulate their emotions, and manage impulsivity.
By incorporating mindfulness into their daily lives, kids with ADHD can develop greater self-awareness and enhance their overall well-being.
"Marvin's Monster Diary: ADHD Attacks! (But I Rock It, Big Time)" is a mindfulness book specifically designed for kids aged 8 to 12 who have ADHD.
It combines humor, storytelling, and mindfulness techniques to help children understand and manage their ADHD symptoms. Through Marvin's adventures and relatable experiences, young readers learn strategies to improve attention, manage impulsivity, and develop a positive mindset.
This engaging book empowers children to embrace their strengths and navigate their ADHD journey with confidence.
"Harley's Sensory Processing Disorder" is an educational resource book intended for kids aged 8 to 12. It explores the experiences of Harley, a child who has Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), ADHD, autism, and ADD.
Packed with valuable information and practical strategies, this book serves as a toolbox for therapists, educators, and parents to support children with sensory challenges and related conditions.
It offers a comprehensive understanding of SPD and its impact on daily life, providing insights and guidance to create a more supportive environment.
ADHD Is My Superpower and It Comes with Great Super Strength is an empowering book aimed at children aged 8 to 12.
It celebrates the unique strengths and abilities that come with ADHD, reframing it as a superpower rather than a limitation. Through engaging stories and relatable examples, this book encourages children with ADHD to embrace their strengths, build confidence, and see their differences as assets.
It promotes self-acceptance and empowers young readers to embrace their ADHD with pride.
"The Survival Guide for Kids with ADHD" is a practical guidebook designed to help children aged 9 to 12 navigate their daily lives with ADHD.
It offers tips, strategies, and practical advice to manage ADHD symptoms effectively. This comprehensive guide covers various aspects, including organization, time management, study skills, and social interactions.
With relatable examples and engaging activities, this book equips kids with the tools they need to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally despite the challenges of ADHD.
"Managing ADHD at Young Age for Teens 12-20" is a practical self-help guide tailored to teenagers facing ADHD, anxiety, and stress.
Written specifically for teens aged 12 to 20, this book offers simple techniques and strategies to effectively manage ADHD symptoms and associated challenges.
It provides insights on setting goals, building routines, enhancing concentration, and reducing anxiety.
Packed with practical advice and real-life examples, this empowering guide equips teens with the tools they need to navigate their ADHD journey and thrive.
** Despite this being one of our family's favorite ADHD books and it has even been taken to work by my husband, I felt I had to share that the title really bothered my ADHD son. He felt that the grammar was off, but also it states it is for teens but then goes on to say it is aimed at 12-20 year olds. But other than that annoyance (he still talks about it now!) it is an excellent book.**