OTHER GREAT BOOKS ON PARENTING & TEACHING
KIDS WITH ADHD & EXECUTIVE FUNCTION CHALLENGES:
Between Parent & Teenager by Dr. Haim Ginott
Buzz by Katherine Ellison
Empowering Youth with ADHD by Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, MCC, SCAC
Executive Function in the Classroom by Christopher Kaufman
Freeing Your Child from Negative Thinking by Tamar Chomsky
Helping Your Anxious Child by Rapee, Spence, Cobhan, and Wignall
Late Bloomers by Rich Karlgaard
Learning Outside The Lines by Jonathon Mooney and David Cole
Lost at School by Ross Greene, Ph.D.
Marva Collins Way by Marva Collins
Mindset by Carol Dweck
The Motivation Breakthrough by Rick Lavoie
Ready or Not, Here Life Comes by Mel Levine, M.D.
The Self Esteem Teacher by Robert Brooks
Understanding Girls with ADHD: How They Feel and Why They Do What They Do by Kathleen Nadeau, Ellen Littman, and Patricia Quinn
ADHD Effect on Marriage: Understand and Rebuild Your Relationship by Melissa Orlov
Change Your Questions, Change Your Life by Marilee Adams, PhD
The Couples Guide to Thriving with ADHD by Melissa Orlov
The Disorganized Mind by Nancy A. Ratey
Driven to Distraction by Ned Hallowell, M.D. and John Ratey, M.D.
Faster Than Normal by Peter Shankman
The Five Minute Journal: A Happier You in Five Minutes by Intelligent Change
Is It You, Me, or Adult ADD? by Gina Pera
Mindset by Carol Dweck
10 GREAT MIDDLE SCHOOL BOOKS WITH ADHD CHARACTERS!
MORE GREAT BOOKS FOR KIDS & TEENS
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