Embracing ADHD: A Collection of Children's Books to Help Young Readers Understanding and Celebrate Their Neurodiversity
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) affects many children, but it can be difficult for them to understand and accept their neurodiversity. It’s also very common for children with ADHD to think there is something wrong with them, or be treated like they are a problem child because of the ADHD.
However, with the help of the right books, children with ADHD can learn to embrace their differences and see the world in a new light. Here are 6 books that can help young readers do just that:
"Hi, It's Me: I Have ADHD!" by Katelyn Mabry - This is an excellent introduction to ADHD for young children, explaining what ADHD is and how it affects them. It also offers positive messages about being unique and embracing one's strengths.
"A Dragon With ADHD: A Children's Story About ADHD" - This fun and engaging story is a great way for children to understand ADHD and how it affects them. It shows them that their neurodiversity is something to be celebrated.
"Mrs. Gorski I Think I Have the Wiggle Fidgets: An ADHD and ADD Book for Kids with Tips and Tricks to Help Them Stay Focused" - This book is part of "The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses" series and is a fun way for children to learn about ADHD and how to manage it. It also offers practical tips and tricks for staying focused.
"Impulsive Ninja: A Social, Emotional Book for Kids About Impulse Control for School and Home" - This book, part of the "Ninja Life Hacks" series, is a great way to teach children with ADHD about impulse control and how to manage it. It is a fun and engaging way to learn about this important topic.
"Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Kids: 60 Fun Activities to Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, and Succeed" - This workbook is a great resource for children with ADHD, offering practical tips and fun activities to help them regulate their emotions, focus, and succeed.
"I Have ADHD, So What?" (The Brayden Series) - This book is part of the "The Brayden Series" and is a great way for children to learn about ADHD in a fun and engaging way. It offers positive messages about embracing one's neurodiversity and being true to oneself.
With the help of these books, children with ADHD can learn to embrace their differences, understand their neurodiversity, and see the world in a new light.