Books in Print

  • My Brain Needs Glasses: Living with Hyperactivity
    Annick Vincent
    My Brain Needs Glasses is an indispensable book for children and parents to better understand fills this book with instructive information and effective hints, to help young people, parents, and education and psychology professionals manage and treat ADHD.
  • Eagle Eyes:  A Child’s Guide to Paying Attention
    Jeanne Gehret
    This book gives recent descriptions of the ADHD treatment process, including relaxation techniques, medication, and an entire song that children can sing to help them gather school materials before leaving home.
  • Otto Learns about His Medicine:  a Story About Medication for Children with ADHD
    Matthew Galvin
    This book uses humorous illustrations as well as concrete examples to help children understand why they need to take medication for AD/HD.
  • Putting on the Brakes:  Young People’s Guide to Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    Patricia Quinn & Judith Stern
    This book provides a powerful resource for parents. Written In simple language, and illustrated with eye-catching graphics, Putting On The Brakes explains not only the nature of this disorder, but also how children and their families can learn to manage it.
  • Shelley the Hyperactive Turtle
    Deborah Moss
    Shelley, the Hyperactive Turtle continues to be a popular, reassuring story for young children who are going through the diagnostic process or who are having problems behaving at school or making friends because of ADHD.
  • Sometimes I Drive My Mom Crazy, But I Know She’s Crazy about Me: a Self-Esteem Book for ADHD Children
    Lawrence Shapiro
    This books tells the amusing story of a boy who has developed a sense of self-worth by learning to deal with his problems through the help of the adults who care for and about him.
  • The Survival Guide for Kids with ADD or ADHD
    John Taylor
    This book helps kids know they’re not alone and offers practical strategies for taking care of oneself, modifying behavior, enjoying school, having fun, and dealing with doctors, counselors, and medication. Includes real-life scenarios, quizzes, and a special message for parents.
  • Taking ADD to School
    Ellen Weiner
    Written for children from Ben’s perspective, this book is well suited for reading aloud in the classroom. Will help kids understand A.D.D. and ADHD. as well as educate parents, teachers, caregivers, etc.

On Video

  • Jumpin’ Johnny Get Back to Work:  a Child’s Guide to ADHD Hyperactivity
    Michael Gordon / Video with Book & Guide
    This entertaining and informative book will help children understand the basic ideas about the evaluation and Jumpin’ Johnny tells what it is like to be inattentive and impulsive, and how his family and school work with him to make life easier. Children find this book amusing, educational, and accurate in its depiction of the challenges that confront them daily.

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