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The ADHD Book of Lists: a Practical Guide for Helping Children and Teens with Attention Deficit Disorders, 2nd Edition. Sandra Rief, $39.95 (Grades K-12)

The ADHD Book of Lists is a comprehensive guide to ADHD/ADD, providing the answers parents, teachers, and other caregivers seek in a convenient list format. This new second edition has been updated with the latest research findings and resources, including the most up to date tools and strategies for helping these children succeed. Each aspect of ADHD/ADD is fully explained, from diagnosis to intervention, providing readers with the insight they need to make the best choices for the affected child.

Coverage includes the latest medications and behavioral management techniques that work inside and outside the classroom, plus guidance toward alleviating individual struggles including inattention, impulsivity, executive function and subject-specific academic issues. Readers learn how to create a collaborative care team by bringing parents, teachers, doctors, therapists, and counselors on board to build a comprehensive management plan, as well as the practical techniques they can use every day to provide these children the support they need to be their very best.


ADHD Diagnosis & Management: a Practical Guide for the Clinic & the Classroom, Grades 1–8. Mark Wolraich & George DuPaul, $55.50

Effective, integrated care across clinical, classroom, and home settings: that's what every student with ADHD needs to achieve academic and social success. Aligned with the AAP's new guidelines for ADHD management, this essential resource is the key to developing a comprehensive treatment program — one that combines the expertise of school psychologists, educators, primary care providers, and the child's family. Professionals will get practical, research-based guidelines that help with every stage of ADHD management.

To support the whole team as they work toward a solid plan for ADHD management, this guidebook also includes annotated lists of research articles, websites, and books that address the needs of every team member — including teachers, health professionals, and families. And because the book is reader friendly and free of field-specific jargon, it's the one ADHD resource that helps a wide range of professionals understand each other's roles and work together effectively.


ADHD Does Not Exist: the Truth About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Richard Saul, $19.99

We are witnessing a global epidemic of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. Millions are suffering from attention issues, while millions more are reliant on stimulant medication to perform at school and at work. Despite decades of advancements in neuroscience, the definition of ADHD has remained essentially unchanged since its introduction in 1980, and its prevalence in the population has skyrocketed.

In this controversial and landmark work, Dr. Richard Saul draws from five decades as a practicing physician and researcher in the field to contend that the definition of ADHD as we know it is completely wrong. Instead, he argues that the "disorder" is a cluster of symptoms stemming from more than twenty other conditions, each requiring separate treatment. The detailed list ranges from mild problems like poor eyesight, sleep deprivation, and even boredom in the classroom, to more severe conditions like depression and bipolar disorder. Through the lens of history and into the present day, Dr. Saul examines "ADHD," exploring the rising cultural and medical trends that have birthed the stimulant epidemic. Both comprehensive and illuminative, ADHD Does Not Exist is essential reading for doctors, practitioners, educators, and individuals who are seeking an honest approach to understanding and treating this complex condition.

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AD/HD Homework Challenges Transformed! Creative Ways to Achieve Focus and Attention by Building on AD/HD Traits. Harriet Hope Green, $21.95

Homework time can be an ordeal for children with AD/HD. After a long day at school, the child often struggles to concentrate and becomes restless, and the parent is left feeling helpless. With the right strategies, homework can be made a more tolerable and even enjoyable experience for both parent and child.

This is a book filled with inspiring methods to motivate children with AD/HD at homework time. Common techniques such as enforcing restrictions and rigid timing techniques can stifle the joy of learning. This book focuses on empowering and enabling the child, acknowledges the characteristics of AD/HD and engages the positive side of these traits. Encouraging movement and creativity, the chapters are brimming with great ideas such as scavenger hunts, singing spelling games and jumping math quizzes that hold the child's attention and make learning fun.

By adopting these simple strategies into the daily routine of a child with AD/HD, parents and teachers can take the tears and tantrums out of homework time and pave the way for academic success.


ADHD In Adults: What the Science Says. Russell Barkley, Kevin Murphy & Mariellen Fischer, $44.95

Providing a new perspective on ADHD in adults, this compelling book analyzes findings from two major studies directed by leading authority Russell Barkley. Groundbreaking information is presented on the significant impairments produced by the disorder across major functional domains and life activities, including educational outcomes, work, relationships, health behaviors, and mental health. Thoughtfully considering the treatment implications of these findings, the book also demonstrates that existing diagnostic criteria do not accurately reflect the way ADHD is experienced by adults, and points the way toward developing better criteria that center on executive function deficits. Accessible tables, figures, and sidebars encapsulate the study results and offer detailed descriptions of the methods used.


ADHD & LD Classroom Strategies at Your Fingertips. Sandra Rief, $15.95 (laminated resource guide)

This guide provides practical strategies that all teachers can use in today’s diverse classroom environments, both general and special education.


ADHD & LD: Powerful Teaching Strategies and Accommodations DVD. Sandra Rief, $142.95. (DVD format, 52 minutes)

Sandra Rief presents proven and effective strategies and accommodations to help students with ADHD, learning disabilities and other related disorders to be successful in classroom settings. ADHD & LD: Powerful Teaching Strategies and Accommodations specifically illustrates how educators can greatly assist students with attentional, behavioral, and learning challenges within their classrooms using these effective techniques. Whether you are a teacher or school administrator, a staff development specialist or trainer, this new video provides you with a powerful tool for meeting the challenges of students with ADHD and LD in general education environments.

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ADHD Nation: Children, Doctors, Big Pharma, and the Making of an American Epidemic. Alan Schwarz, $25.00

The groundbreaking and definitive account of the widespread misdiagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder — and how its unchecked growth over half a century has made ADHD one of the most controversial conditions in medicine, with serious effects on children, adults, and society.

In ADHD Nation, Alan Schwarz examines the roots and the rise of this cultural and medical phenomenon: The father of ADHD, Dr. Keith Conners, spends fifty years advocating drugs like Ritalin before realizing his role in what he now calls “a national disaster of dangerous proportions”; a troubled young girl and a studious teenage boy get entangled in the growing ADHD machine and take medications that backfire horribly; and big Pharma egregiously over-promotes the disorder and earns billions from the mishandling of children (and now adults).

While demonstrating that ADHD is real and can be medicated when appropriate, Schwarz sounds a long-overdue alarm and urges America to address this growing national health crisis.


ADHD in Preschool Children: Assessment and Treatment. Edited by Jaswinder Ghuman & Harinder Ghuman, $49.50

ADHD in Preschool Children serves as a guide for experienced practitioners of child and adolescent mental health care as well as trainees in child and adolescent psychiatry, psychology, social work, pediatrics, family medicine and nursing. This book provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date information regarding assessment — including diagnostic interview, neuropsychological testing, co-morbidity and differential diagnosis, sleep problems — and treatment interventions including psychosocial, pharmacological and complementary and alternative treatments. All the chapters have a clinical focus and practical case examples are used to increase competency in clinical settings.


ADHD in the Schools: Assessment and Intervention Strategies, 3rd Edition. George DuPaul & Gary Stoner, $42.95

This highly regarded practitioner guide provides state-of-the-art tools for supporting the academic and behavioral success of K-12 students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The authors explain the learning and behavior difficulties associated with ADHD and describe screening and assessment procedures that facilitate data-based decision making. They show how to develop individualized intervention plans that integrate behavioral, academic, and social supports, in partnership with teachers and parents.

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The Adolescent and Adult Neuro-diversity Handbook: Asperger Syndrome, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Related Conditions. Sarah Hendrickx, $24.95

The Adolescent and Adult Neuro-Diversity Handbook is a handy first-reference point guide to the full range of developmental conditions as they affect adolescents and adults. Each chapter focuses on a different condition, describing its history, causes and characteristics, its implications for the individual, diagnosis and assessment, treatments and approaches, and strategies for providing support and self-support. A wide range of conditions are covered, including Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, OCD, Tourette's and Anxiety Disorders.


The Amazing Remote Control Self-Regulation Program. Lori Ann Copeland, $63.95 (Grades 2-6)

This companion guide with CD provides a series of 10 lesson topics with more than 50 activities and handouts to help children learn self-regulation and impulse control skills. The program features fun and memorable lessons with activities that teach concepts and skills children can apply to their day-to-day lives. These lessons can be presented to children in classrooms and small groups or to individuals who may need more intensive help with self-control issues. The accompanying CD contains printable handouts. The Amazing Remote Control Self-Regulation Program is the companion guide to the Hunter and His Amazing Remote Control storybook.


Ants in Their Pants: Teaching Children Who Must Move to Learn. Aerial Cross, $41.50

Extra busy children — children who must move to learn — demand non-traditional environments and teaching methods. By focusing on the kinesthetic nature of these children this practical, hands-on resource is filled with transition ideas, sensory-play activities, advice and inspiration for teachers, caregivers and parents.

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Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: a Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment, 4th Edition. Russell Barkley, $102.50

Widely regarded as the standard clinical reference, this volume provides the best current knowledge about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children, adolescents, and adults. The field's leading authorities address all aspects of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment, including psychological therapies and pharmacotherapy. Core components of ADHD are elucidated. The volume explores the impact of the disorder across a wide range of functional domains — behavior, learning, psychological adjustment, school and vocational outcomes, and health. All chapters conclude with user-friendly Key Clinical Points. New to This Edition:

  • Reflects significant advances in research and clinical practice
  • Expanded with many new authors and new topics
  • Chapters on cutting-edge interventions: social skills training, dietary management, executive function training, driving risk interventions, complementary/alternative medicine, and therapies for adults
  • Chapters on the nature of the disorder: neuropsychological aspects, emotional dysregulation, peer relationships, child- and adult-specific domains of impairment, sluggish cognitive tempo, and more

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, 3rd Edition: What Can Teachers Do? Geoff Kewley, $35.50

This practical teacher’s guide explores the nitty-gritty of what you need to know in order to help the children in your class to cope with this complex condition. The fully revised third edition gives an overview of the disorder based on the broad internationally recognized approach to ADHD, which takes account of its biological as well as environmental elements. It includes:

  • real-life classroom scenarios and case studies of specific children;
  • practical management strategies for both teachers and parents;
  • an exploration of prevailing attitudes to ADHD;
  • advice on initial diagnosis and ongoing assessment.

Packed full of no-nonsense advice and tips, this book will help you adopt the educational strategies and behaviour management approaches that are best suited to each individual child. It also explores the use of alternative treatments, such as psychological and psychiatric strategies, medication, counselling and coaching.

Children who have ADHD can often experience school failure, expulsion and emotional, behavioural and social problems. By demystifying the disorder and its coexisting conditions, this book will help you to understand and manage ADHD, enabling you to offer the children you teach a more positive future.

Classroom Management Techniques for Students with ADHD. Roger Pierangelo & George Giuliani, $22.99

Working with students diagnosed with ADHD presents unique challenges for educators. This practical resource provides strategies for helping these children to participate in the classroom experience and develop successful learning experiences.

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Coaching College Students with Executive Function Problems. Mary Kennedy, $49.50

Although executive function difficulties are often addressed in school-age children, there are few resources showing how to help these individuals when they are older. This book presents a dynamic coaching model that helps college students become self-regulated learners by improving their goal-setting, planning, time management, and organizational skills. Ideal for use with students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disabilities, acquired brain injury, and other challenges, Mary Kennedy's approach incorporates motivational interviewing and emphasizes practical problem solving. User-friendly features include numerous concrete examples, sample dialogues, and print and online resource listings. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the book contains 21 reproducible forms. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials for repeated use.


Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for ADHD in Adolescents and Adults: a Psychological Guide to Practice, 2nd Edition. Susan Young & Jessica Bramham, $54.50

The first edition of this book introduced the Young-Bramham Programme, a pioneering approach to cognitive behavioural treatment for ADHD in adults, which was well-received by clinical and academic communities alike. Based on the latest findings in the field, the authors have expanded the second edition to incorporate treatment strategies not only for adults, but also for adolescents with ADHD.

  • New edition of an influential guide to treating ADHD beyond childhood which encompasses the recent growth in scientific knowledge of ADHD along with published treatment guidelines
  • Chapter format provides a general introduction, a description of functional deficits, assessment methods, CBT solutions to the problem, and a template for group delivery
  • Provides a wealth of downloadable assessment checklists and tools

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD: an Integrative Psychosocial and Medical Approach, 2nd Edition. J. Russell Ramsay & Anthony Rostain, $47.50

The updated edition of the book offers new and expanded case examples, and the authors emphasize more detailed, clinician-friendly "how to" instructions for the delivery of specific interventions for adult patients with ADHD. Understanding that most adults with ADHD say, "I know exactly what I need to do, but I just cannot make myself do it," the book pays special attention to the use of implementation strategies to help patients carry out the necessary coping skills to achieve improvements in functioning and well-being in their daily lives. In addition to providing an outline of their treatment approach, Drs. Ramsay and Rostain provide an up-to-date review of the current scientific understanding of the etiology, developmental course, and life outcomes of adults with ADHD as well as the components of an thorough diagnostic evaluation. As an added clinical resource, Drs. Ramsay and Rostain have also produced a companion patient handbook written for adults with ADHD, The Adult ADHD Tool Kit: Using CBT to Facilitate Coping Inside and Out, which clinicians can use with their patients. 


Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD: Targeting Executive Dysfunction. Mary Solanto, $27.50

This highly practical book provides evidence-based strategies for helping adults with ADHD build essential skills for time management, organization, planning, and coping. Each of the 12 group sessions — which can also be adapted for individual therapy — is reviewed in step-by-step detail. Handy features include quick-reference Leader Notes for therapists, engaging in-session exercises, and reproducible take-home notes and homework assignments. Purchasers get access to a Web page featuring all of the reproducible materials, ready to download and print in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size. This edition includes the adult ADHD criteria from DSM-5.


Creative Therapy for Children with Autism, ADD and Asperger’s: Using Artistic Creativity to Reach, Teach and Touch Our Children. Janet Tubbs, $23.95

Activities, exercises and games to reduce hyperactivity, increase focus, decrease anger, develop fine motor skills and improve verbal skills.

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The Elephant in the ADHD Room: Beating Boredom as the Secret to Managing ADHD. Letitia Sweitzer, $31.95

Boredom and boredom avoidance drive the behaviours of inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity — the diagnostic criteria of ADHD. Full of innovative approaches, this book introduces a wide range of strategies for professionals working in clinical, educational and therapeutic settings to help those with ADHD beat boredom and engage with tasks and goals they want or need to achieve. Approaches specifically designed for toddlers, children, teenagers and adults are included, which can then be incorporated into schoolwork, jobs, relationships and everyday life. This practical resource will provide professionals who diagnose, treat, coach, and teach those with ADHD or those who suffer from frequent or pervasive boredom, with the tools to alleviate boredom in order to improve both concentration and mood.


Empowering Youth with ADHD: Your Guide to Coaching Adolescents and Young Adults for Coaches, Parents and Professionals. Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, $28.95

Unveiling a powerful and proven methodology for teens and young adults with ADHD, this guidebook offers complete instruction for professionals and parents on what ADHD coaching for young people is and how it can dramatically improve the lives of the afflicted. A groundbreaking approach, this handbook discusses powerful intervention practices to help youths with ADHD break through barriers and succeed in their lives. The thorough, hands-on guidance makes for an ideal resource for all individuals interested in learning more about coaching young people with ADHD--including life coaches interested in expanding their practices to a new market; academic tutors and personal organizers wondering if they would like to become trained as an ADHD coach; and therapists, psychiatrists, and pediatricians confused about what ADHD coaches do.


Essentials of ADHD Assessment for Children and Adolescents. Elizabeth Sparrow & Drew Erhardt, $60.00

Quickly acquire the knowledge and skills you need to confidently and accurately identify ADHD in children and adolescents

  • Detailed guidance on evaluation and differential diagnosis of ADHD
  • Expert advice on selecting, interpreting, and integrating evaluation components
  • Conveniently formatted for rapid reference

Each chapter features numerous callout boxes highlighting key concepts, bullet points, and helpful clinical examples. Sample reports from a clinical psychologist, school psychologist, and neuropsychologist illustrate how a variety of report-writing styles can be used to effectively integrate and communicate the results of comprehensive ADHD assessments.

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Evidence-Based Insights and Activities for Teaching Kids Impulse Control. Tonia Caselman, $49.95 (Grades 3-8)

This book and CD of evidence-based practices provides more insights, skill-building activities, and reproducible worksheets you can use to help young people improve their impulse control. Components of this book can be picked out and uniquely combined to meet the needs of individual or small groups of students. Or they can be used to present a series of classroom lessons to teach aspects of impulse control to all students. This resource is designed to help children and youth to:

  • Increase motivation to change
  • Regulate negative affect
  • Make good choices
  • Use self-talk
  • Build self-confidence
  • Increase deliberation before acting
  • Analyze contextual cues for action
  • Find less risky but exciting activities
  • Develop skill of mindfulness

Executive Function & Child Development. Marcie Yeager & Daniel Yeager, $26.50

Poor executive function (EF) in the brain can mean behavioral and attentional problems in school. This book explains to professionals and parents how EF develops in kids, what EF difficulties look like, and what creative and effective interventions can meet their needs. Executive functions involve mental processes such as:

  • Working memory–holding several pieces of information in mind while we try to do something with them–for example, understand and solve a problem or carry out a task.
  • Response inhibition–inhibiting actions that interfere with our intentions or goals.
  • Shifting focus–interrupting an ongoing response in order to direct attention to other aspects of a situation that are important for goal attainment.
  • Cognitive flexibility–generating alternative methods of solving a problem or reaching a goal.
  • Self-monitoring–checking on one's own cognitions and actions to assure that they are in line with one's intentions.
  • Goal Orientation–creating and carrying out a multi-step plan for achieving a goal in a timely fashion, keeping the "big picture" in mind.

Executive Function in the Classroom. Christopher Kaufman, $49.50

Practical strategies for improving performance and enhancing skills for all students. This teacher-friendly guide lays a clear and simple path to stronger executive skills for all students and lasting academic and social success.

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Executive Function in Preschool-Age Children: Integrating Measurement, Neurodevelopment, and Translational Research. James Griffin, Peggy McCardle & Lisa Freund, $115.95

A primary aim of the neuropsychological revolution has been the mapping of what has come to be known as executive function (EF). This term encompasses a range of mental processes such as working memory, inhibitory control, and cognitive flexibility that, together, regulate our social behavior, and our emotional and cognitive well-being.

In this book, top scientists from a variety of fields investigate executive function as it develops in early childhood. Because researchers differ in their conceptualizations of basic processes and even in how they define EF itself, contributors begin by discussing comparability and replicability, key issues which are of primary importance to those seeking to move the field to a new level of rigor. Next, they tackle the nuts-and-bolts of the development of EF in preschoolers, including the neurobiological mechanisms and circuitry that underlie EF development as well as the role of EF in assessing risk — and its counterpart, resilience. Finally, they highlight exciting new clinical applications of EF research, including the use of EF in contextualizing and assessing family risk, the impact of socioeconomic status on neurological development, and the promotion of EF development through early education programs.


Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents: a Practical Guide to Assessment and Intervention, Second Edition. Peg Dawson & Richard Guare, $55.95

Concise and practitioner friendly, this bestselling guide has helped put executive skills on the map for school-based clinicians and educators. The book explains how these critical cognitive processes develop and why they play such a key role in children's behavior and school performance. Provided are step-by-step guidelines and many practical tools to promote executive skill development by implementing environmental modifications, individualized instruction, coaching, and whole-class interventions. In a large-size format with convenient lay-flat binding, the book includes more than two dozen reproducible assessment tools, checklists, and planning sheets.


Find a Way or Make a Way: Checklists of Helpful Accommodations for Students with ADHD, Executive Dysfunctions, Mood Disorders, Tourette's Syndrome, OCD and Other Neurological Challenges. Leslie Packer, $28.95

Find a Way or Make a Way is designed to provide lots of practical ideas to incorporate into a student's plan, with sections on accommodations for homework, tests, sleep problems, and handwriting problems.

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Forms for Helping the ADHD Child. Lawrence Shapiro, $47.95

Forms, charts, and checklists for treating children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder cover a wide range of approaches. Includes effective aids for assessing, treating, and monitoring the progress of the ADHD child.


Helping Children with ADHD: a CBT Guide for Practitioners, Parents and Teachers. Susan Young & Jade Smith, $59.95

Combining the latest research evidence with the authors’ practical expertise, Helping Children with ADHD offers a complete intervention programme for flexibly delivering behavioural and cognitive interventions to children aged 6-12 with ADHD and associated conditions.

  • Redefines and develops best practice in the application of cognitive and behavioural techniques to help children aged 6-12 with ADHD and associated comorbid conditions, including learning difficulties
  • Offers a range of engaging resources within a pragmatic and practically-focused approach; modular structure allows the interventions to be selected and tailored according to the particular age, ability and needs of the individual child
  • An appendix of entertaining stories about Buzz, a boy with ADHD, provides structural narrative while also teaching core skills in areas such as keeping calm, planning, managing impulsivity and dealing with anxiety
  • Straightforward, accessible language allows the techniques to be used by those without expert clinical training; dedicated sections provide advice for using the approach in school, home and group contexts

Helping Kids and Teens with ADHD in School. Joanne Steer & Kate Horstmann, $34.95

A practical workbook for classroom support, managing transitions, develop organizational skills, and overcoming the challenges young people with ADHD present in school settings.

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How to Reach and Teach Children and Teens with ADD/ADHD, 3rd Edition. Sandra Rief, $41.95 (Grades K-12)

How to Reach and Teach Children and Teens with ADD/ADHD, Third Edition is an essential guide for school personnel. Approximately 10 percent of school-aged children have ADD/ADHD — that is at least two students in every classroom. Without support and appropriate intervention, many of these students will suffer academically and socially, leaving them at risk for a variety of negative outcomes. This book serves as a comprehensive guide to understand and manage ADHD: utilizing educational methods, techniques, and accommodations to help children and teens sidestep their weaknesses and showcase their numerous strengths. This new 2016 edition has been completely updated with the latest information about ADHD, research-validated treatments, educational laws, executive function, and subject-specific strategies. It also includes powerful case studies, intervention plans, valuable resources, and a variety of management tools to improve the academic and behavioral performance of students from kindergarten through high-school. From learning and behavioral techniques to whole group and individualized interventions, this indispensable guide is a must-have resource for every classroom — providing expert tips and strategies on reaching kids with ADHD, getting through, and bringing out their best.

  • Prevent behavioral problems in the classroom and other school settings
  • Increase students' on-task behavior, work production, and academic performance
  • Effectively manage challenging behaviors related to ADHD
  • Improve executive function-related skills (organization, memory, time management)
  • Apply specific research-based supports and interventions to enable school success
  • Communicate and collaborate effectively with parents, physicians, and agencies

How to Reach and Teach Teenagers with ADHD: a Step-by-Step Guide to Overcoming Difficult Behaviors at School & at Home. Grad Flick, $52.00

This comprehensive resource is pack with tested, up-to-date information and techniques to help teachers, counselors and parents understand and manage adolescents with attention deficit disorder, including step-by-step procedures for behavioral intervention at school and home and reproducible handouts, checklists and record-keeping forms. The ten chapters include Medical/Clinical Interventions, Family Issues for ADHD Teens, Educational Issues, Network of Support, and more. How to Reach and Teach Teenagers with ADHD is one of the most practical and complete resources available for understanding the nature and treatment of attention deficit disorder and helping Adolescents with ADHD control difficult behaviors and overcome related social and academic problems.


I Just Want to Do It My Way! Julia Cook, $14.95; Activity Guide for Teachers. $27.95

Classroom ideas for teaching the skills of asking or help, and staying on track. Includes a CD-ROM with reproducible worksheets.

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The Impulse Control Game. Franklin Learning Systems, $77.95 (Grades 2 – 7)

The Impulse Control Game is an educational and therapeutic board game designed to help young people with ADD, ADHD, and other conditions involving impulse control problems. The game box includes a teacher booklet with complete lesson plans, suggested one-on-one coaching activities, a list of activities to give to parents that will help them reinforce the skills learned in the game, references to the studies that demonstrate the efficacy of the skills in the game, and suggestions for further reading.


Integrative Treatment for Adults ADHD: a Practical, Easy-to-Use Guide for Clinicians. Ari Tuckman, $69.95

This book offers clinicians a comprehensive, research-derived treatment model for use with adult clients suffering from attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The treatment model integrates education, medication, coaching, and cognitive behavioral therapy to go beyond what traditional therapeutic techniques can offer. Written for the busy professional in private practice, it provides everything a therapist or ADHD coach needs to know to help these clients quickly and effectively.


Learning and Attention Disorders in Adolescence and Adulthood: Assessment and Treatment, 2nd Edition. Sam Goldstein, Jack Naglieri & Melissa DeVries, $84.00

Drawing on evidence-based techniques to meet the pragmatic demands for intervention, this text guides school psychologists, counselors and educators in promoting positive change for adolescence and adults with LDs or ADHD ads they strive for success in school, work and home settings.

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Medicating Children: ADHD and Pediatric Mental Health. Rick Mayes, Catherine Bagwell & Jennifer Erkulwater, $57.50

Why and how did ADHD become the most commonly diagnosed mental disorder among children and adolescents, as well as one of the most controversial? Rick Mayes and his coauthors argue that a unique alignment of social and economic trends and incentives converged in the early 1990s with greater scientific knowledge to make ADHD the most prevalent pediatric mental disorder.

Medicating Children integrates analyses of the clinical, political, historical, educational, social, economic, and legal aspects of ADHD and stimulant pharmacotherapy. Thus, it will be invaluable to educators, clinicians, parents, and policymakers, all of whom are trying to determine what is in the best interest of millions of children.


A New Understanding of ADHD in Children and Adults: Executive Function Impairments. Thomas Brown, $69.95

For over 100 years, ADHD has been seen as essentially a behavior disorder. Recent scientific research has developed a new paradigm which recognizes ADHD as a developmental disorder of the cognitive management system of the brain, its executive functions. This cutting-edge book pulls together key ideas of this new understanding of ADHD, explaining them and describing in understandable language scientific research that supports this new model. It addresses questions like:

  • Why can those with ADHD focus very well on some tasks while having great difficulty in focusing on other tasks they recognize as important?
  • How does brain development and functioning of persons with ADHD differ from others?
  • How do impairments of ADHD change from childhood through adolescence and in adulthood?
  • What treatments help to improve ADHD impairments? How do they work? Are they safe?
  • Why do those with ADHD have additional emotional, cognitive, and learning disorders more often than most others?
  • What commonly-held assumptions about ADHD have now been proven wrong by scientific research?

Psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and other medical and mental health professionals, as well as those affected by ADHD and their families, will find this to be an insightful and invaluable resource.

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Non-Drug Treatments for ADHD: New Options for Kids, Adults & Clinicians. Richard Brown & Patricia Gerberg, $32.50

Safe and effective complementary treatments for managing ADD/ADHD, helping parents and therapists alike to better understand and manage a complicated and multifaceted disorder.


Nowhere to Hide: Why Kids with ADHD & LD Hate School and What We Can Do about It. Jerome Schultz, $29.95

This groundbreaking book addresses the consequences of the unabated stress associated with Learning Disabilities and ADHD and the toxic, deleterious impact of this stress on kids' academic learning, social skills, behavior, and efficient brain functioning. This book can help change the way parents and teachers think about why kids with LD and ADHD find school and homework so toxic. It will also offer an abundant supply of practical, understandable strategies that have been shown to reduce stress at school and at home.


Organizational Skills Training for Children with ADHD: an Empirically Supported Treatment. Richard Gallgher, Howard Abikoff & Elana Spira, $46.95

This indispensable manual presents an easy-to-implement intervention with proven effectiveness for children with ADHD in grades 3 to 5. Organizational skills training helps kids develop essential skill sets for organizing school materials, tracking assignments, and completing homework and other tasks successfully. Clinicians are provided with detailed session-by-session instructions and all of the tools needed to implement the program in collaboration with parents and teachers. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the book includes nearly 100 reproducible handouts and forms.

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Outside the Box: Rethinking ADD/ADHD in Children and Adults — A Practical Guide. Thomas Brown, $84.95

Outside the Box: Rethinking ADD/ADHD in Children and Adults — A Practical Guide identifies assumptions about ADD/ADHD that demand re-evaluation in light of recent research. Building upon a current, science-based foundation, the book describes in practical terms how ADHD can be recognized at various ages, how it differs from more typical brain development, how it can significantly impair those affected, and how it can safely, and in most cases effectively, be treated in children and adults.

The book is based upon current scientific research but also on the experience and perspective of the author, a clinician who has devoted more than 35 years to studying this disorder formally and countless hours to engaging with and providing treatment for a diversity of children, teenagers, and adults with ADHD and related problems. The book's audience is the wide variety of clinicians involved in assessing, treating, and/or monitoring the care of children and adults with this disorder (e.g., pediatricians, primary care physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, neurologists, physician assistants, advanced practice nurses, and clinical social workers) and also educators, disability service providers, human resource specialists, and the adolescents and adults who seek more information about ADHD assessment and treatment for themselves or for family or friends.


Overcoming ADHD without Medication: a Guidebook for Parents and Teachers. The Association for Youth, Children and Natural Psychology, $15.95

The focus of Overcoming ADHD without Medication is positive and solution oriented, with the goal of helping parents, teachers and professionals to have concise information which can help them help children to overcome ADHD without having to resort to pharmaceuticals.


Parent-Teen Therapy for Executive Function Deficits and ADHD: Building Skills and Motivation. Margaret Sibley, $42.50

This user-friendly manual presents an innovative, tested approach to helping teens overcome the frustrating organizational and motivation problems associated with executive function deficits and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The Supporting Teens' Autonomy Daily (STAND) approach uses motivational interviewing (MI) to engage teens and their parents in building key compensatory skills in organization, time management, and planning. Parent training components ease family conflict and equip parents to support kids' independence. Ready-to-use worksheets and rating scales are provided; the print book has a large-size format for easy photocopying. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print all 45 reproducible tools.


Preparing Students with Disabilities for College Success. Stan Shaw, Joseph Madaus & Lyman Dukes, $40.50

Enhanced with user-friendly tip boxes and illustrative vignettes, this book gives professionals comprehensive, accessible information on helping students make the transition to college and laying the critical groundwork for future employment success.

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The School Counselor’s Guide to ADHD: What We Know and Do to Help Your Students. Richard Lougy, Silvia DeRuvo & David Rosenthal, $38.95

The School Counselor's Guide to ADHD covers not only principal causes, symptoms, and interventions for ADHD, but also current, detailed information on executive brain function. This comprehensive resource includes a wide range of inclusive practices that help define the multiple roles and responsibilities of school counselors.


The Science of ADHD: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Chris Chandler, $29.95

The Science of ADHD addresses the scientific status of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in an informed and accessible way and utilizes the current studies to provide an up-to-date account of the neuroscience of ADHD, and the limitations of such research.


Self-Regulation in Education. Jeffrey Greene, $41.90

Self-regulation in education is a familiar and important topic for all educators: professors, administrators, teachers, researchers, journalists, and scholars. As educational standards require that students take control of what and how they learn, self-regulation skills are essential to student success. Written by a leading expert on self-regulation and self-regulated learning, this book situates the topic within the broader context of educational psychology research and theory, bringing it to a wider audience. With chapters on the fundamentals of self-regulation, explanations of its uses, and advice for best application, this concise volume is designed for any education course that includes self-regulation in the curriculum. It will be indispensable for education researchers and both pre- and in-service teachers alike.

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Simple Low-Cost Games and Activities for Sensorimotor Learning: a Sourcebook of Ideas for Young Children Including Those with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Other Learning Differences. Lisa Kurtz, $29.95

This practical sourcebook is packed full of fun, low-cost games and activities that encourage the development of motor skills, coordination and sensory tolerance in young children. Using materials that are readily-available in most households or that can be purchased or homemade at a very low cost, these games and activities are appropriate for all children, including those with autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and other learning challenges. The book includes clear descriptions of how to carry out each activity, helpful illustrations, and ways to adapt activities according to the child's individual needs. In addition, a comprehensive reference guide to the activities enables easy searching for games suited to the development of particular skills.

This sourcebook is the key to easy-to-understand, low-cost, and effective games and activities that will support the development of sensorimotor skills. It is a useful tool for parents, carers, therapists, and teachers of children with or without special needs.


Socially ADDept: Teaching Social Skills to Children with ADHD, LD and Asperger's. Janet Giler, $35.95 (ages 8-13)

Socially ADDept helps educators and parents teach the hidden rules of social behavior to children with limited social skills, notably those with special needs like ADHD, learning disabilities, Asperger's and high-functioning autism, Tourette Syndrome, and nonverbal learning disabilities. The author provides all the information parents and professionals need to know to help kids learn social skills in simple, concise explanations. The book is divided into eight sections that educators can use as teaching units or parents can work through one week (or month) at a time.


Specific Learning Difficulties: What Teachers Need to Know. Diana Hudson, $22.95

This book clearly explains what Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) are, and describes the symptoms of conditions most commonly encountered in the mainstream classroom: dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and OCD. The author provides an overview of the strengths and weaknesses commonly associated with each of these conditions, as well as practical suggestions for modifying teaching materials and methods to make learning enjoyable, effective and accessible for students. There are also dedicated chapters on helping students with SpLDs to develop effective revision skills and exam techniques. 

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The STAR Detective Facilitator Manual: a Cognitive Behavioral Group Intervention to Develop Skilled Thinking and Reasoning for Children with Cognitive, Behavioral, Emotional and Social Problems. Susan Young, $49.95

The STAR Program is designed to teach children and those involved in their care psychological techniques to improve self-control and pro-social competence. The program employs cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) principles and uses a child-centered approach to teach attention skills, emotional control, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills to children aged 8-12 who have cognitive, behavioral, social or emotional difficulties.

This manual includes designated group sessions to be delivered by healthcare practitioners alongside individual coaching sessions to be provided by a family member or individual carer between each group meeting. Extra materials include PowerPoint presentations, and a Thinking Tools resource, which are available to download from the JKP website.

Also available: Becoming a Star Detective: Your Detective's Notebook for Finding Clues to How You Feel. Susan Young, $17.95

This workbook is given to the child upon joining the program with sections for each group session and individual exercises to be completed between meetings. With games, helpful tips, activities and extra space to personalize the workbook with notes and drawings, this is an essential companion for children participating in the STAR Program.


Strategy Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities, 2nd Edition. Robert Reid, Torri Ortiz Lienemann & Jessica Hagaman, $38.50

Filling an important need for K–12 educators, this highly practical book provides a step-by-step guide to cognitive strategy instruction, one of the most effective instructional techniques for struggling learners. The authors present well-validated strategies that target self-regulated learning and study skills as well as performance in specific content areas, such as writing, reading, and math. Detailed classroom examples illustrate how to teach the strategies systematically and monitor student outcomes. New to this edition:

  • Chapter on lesson planning, including extensive sample lessons for two strategies.
  • Chapter on handwriting and spelling.
  • New material on response to intervention and on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
  • Expanded coverage of working memory.
  • Additional strategies throughout the content-area chapters.

Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in the Regular Classroom: Ways to Challenge & Motivate Struggling Students to Achieve Proficiency with Required Standards. Susan Winebrenner, $57.95 (includes  CD-ROM)

A gold mine of practical, easy-to-use teaching methods, strategies, and tips, Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in the Regular Classroom helps teachers differentiate the curriculum in all subject areas to meet the needs of all learners—including those labeled remedial or LD; students of poverty; English language learners; and others who struggle to learn. Full of proven ways to significantly improve learning outcomes for students who score below proficiency levels, this is an essential resource for every educator. The included CD-ROM features all of the reproducibles from the book, plus many additional content organization and vocabulary charts covering study areas from art and music to math and science. Most forms are customizable. Macintosh and Windows compatible.

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Teaching Teens with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits: a Quick Reference Guide for Teachers and Parents, 2nd Edition. Chris Zeigler Dendy, $34.95

An expert on attention deficit disorders issues offers a guide to educating teens with ADD and ADHD. Includes over 80 summaries of new information on research, teaching strategies, education law, executive functioning, social skills, and medication.


Teenagers with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits: a Guide for Parents and Professionals, 3rd Edition. Chris Zeigler Dendy, $36.50

Teenagers with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits is the one-stop source of up-to-date, scientifically accurate, and reassuring information written by parent, teacher, school psychologist, mental health counselor, and advocate Chris Dendy. Her book looks at key areas — academics, dating, driving, socializing, and greater independence — that make adolescence potentially more difficult for kids with ADD, ADHD, or Executive Function Deficits (EFD).

Teenagers with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits gives parents guidance on everything from understanding the diagnosis to treatment options, and from behavioral and academic issues, to parent involvement and self-advocacy. The new edition includes new and expanded information on:

  • latest diagnostic criteria in the DSM-5
  • new research on attention deficits and executive function deficits and treatment options; the link between ADHD and EFD
  • new medications and research on treatment effectiveness
  • “concentration deficit disorder” or “slow cognitive tempo,” a new diagnosis that some experts are advocating for to describe a subset of kids with inattentive ADHD (low energy, daydreaming, slow processing of info)
  • using technology (apps, smartphones, tablets) to help teens compensate for ADHD-related difficulties
  • “flipped classrooms” (teachers send videos of lectures/explanations of concepts home for kids to watch for homework and then have kids do written work in class so they can provide feedback as they work)
  • updates on educational laws/regulations that affect students with ADHD

The author recommends a combination approach to treatment which includes using medications, behavior and academic interventions and accommodations, ADHD education, and exercise. In addition, she discusses the role of executive function problems and how they relate to teenagers' difficulties with organizational skills, long-range planning, and staying on task. Throughout, are the voices of teens, families, and professionals who share their experiences and insights. Armed with the book’s comprehensive facts and strategies, parents, educators, and therapists can be proactive, working together with teens to build resilience and a hopeful future.

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That's The Way I Think: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD and Dyscalculia Explained, 3rd Edition. David Grant, $50.30

About 1 in 20 individuals are dyslexic. This figure also applies for dyspraxia and ADHD. This fully revised edition of David Grant’s thought-provoking, insightful book develops our understanding of these specific learning differences and considers the further challenges presented by these overlapping conditions.

This new edition includes a brand-new chapter on dyscalculia. New sections also explore updates in the study of dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD as well as visualisation and synaesthesia, in the light of new data and research. These updates enable the reader to gain a fuller understanding of the sensory experiences and thoughts of individuals with specific learning differences.

The author takes a life-style approach to explain many of the everyday experiences and choices of individuals with specific learning differences, including sleep, sports, visualisation and creativity, and uses real life examples explained in the words of those with specific learning differences.

The accessible style of this book will immediately strike a chord with anyone with first or second-hand experience of specific learning differences. It is invaluable and insightful reading for those with specific learning differences as well as their parents and/or partner, teachers, teaching assistants and SENCos.


Tigers, Too: Executive Functions/Speed of Processing/Memory. Marilyn Dornbush & Sheryl Pruitt, $85.95

From the authors of Teaching the Tiger comes this practical, detailed and insightful look at executive functions, speed of processing and memory and the impact these have on the academic, behavioral and social functioning of students with ADHD, Tourette Syndrome and OCD.

TIGERS, TOO Checklists for Classroom Objectives and Interventions. Marilyn Dornbush & Sheryl Pruitt, $28.95

These checklists were developed to help teachers and parents set goals, identify appropriate intervention strategies and create an effective educational program for the student who is experiencing difficulties in the classroom and at home. The book includes material on arousal and speed of processing; attention, inhibition and activity levels; executive function; memory; study skills; testing; and social competence.


Yes I Can — Have Impulse Control. Gary Yorke, $24.95 (ages 6-14, 2-4 players)

The Yes I Can — Have Impulse Control game is designed to help participants understand and appreciate various aspects of being impulsive and regulating their impulses. The cards provide suggestions and prompts for discussion, and the directions include several fun ways to use the cards.

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Complete Booklist

The ADHD Book of Lists: a Practical Guide for Helping Children and Teens with Attention Deficit Disorders, 2nd Edition. Sandra Rief, $39.95 (Grades K-12)

ADHD Diagnosis & Management: a Practical Guide for the Clinic & the Classroom, Grades 1–8. Mark Wolraich & George DuPaul, $53.50

ADHD Does Not Exist: the Truth About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Richard Saul, $19.99

AD/HD Homework Challenges Transformed! Creative Ways to Achieve Focus and Attention by Building on AD/HD Traits. Harriet Hope Green, $21.95

ADHD In Adults: What the Science Says. Russell Barkley, Kevin Murphy & Mariellen Fischer, $44.95

ADHD in Preschool Children: Assessment and Treatment. Edited by Jaswinder Ghuman & Harinder Ghuman, $56.50

ADHD in the Schools: Assessment and Intervention Strategies, 3rd Edition. George DuPaul & Gary Stoner, $39.95

ADHD & LD Classroom Strategies at Your Fingertips. Sandra Rief, $13.95 (laminated resource guide)

ADHD & LD: Powerful Teaching Strategies and Accommodations DVD. Sandra Rief, $142.95. (DVD format, 52 minutes)

ADHD Nation: Children, Doctors, Big Pharma, and the Making of an American Epidemic. Alan Schwarz, $25.00

The Amazing Remote Control Self-Regulation Program. Lori Ann Copeland, $50.95 (Grades 2-6)

Ants in Their Pants: Teaching Children Who Must Move to Learn. Aerial Cross, $39.95

Attention Deficit Disorder: the Unfocused Mind in Children and Adults. Thomas Brown, $19.50

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: a Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment, 4th Edition. Russell Barkley, $113.50

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, 3rd Edition: What Can Teachers Do? Geoff Kewley, $35.95

Classroom Management Techniques for Students with ADHD. Roger Pierangelo & George Giuliani, $22.99

Coaching College Students with Executive Function Problems. Mary Kennedy, $49.50

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for ADHD in Adolescents and Adults: a Psychological Guide to Practice, 2nd Edition. Susan Young & Jessica Bramham, $69.95

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD: an Integrative Psychosocial and Medical Approach, 2nd Edition. J. Russell Ramsay & Anthony Rostain, $47.50

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD: Targeting Executive Dysfunction. Mary Solanto, $27.50

Creative Therapy for Children with Autism, ADD and Asperger’s: Using Artistic Creativity to Reach, Teach and Touch Our Children. Janet Tubbs, $27.95

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The Elephant in the ADHD Room: Beating Boredom as the Secret to Managing ADHD. Letitia Sweitzer, $31.95

Empowering Youth with ADHD: Your Guide to Coaching Adolescents and Young Adults for Coaches, Parents and Professionals. Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, $28.95

Essentials of ADHD Assessment for Children and Adolescents. Elizabeth Sparrow & Drew Erhardt, $60.00

Evidence-Based Insights and Activities for Teaching Kids Impulse Control. Tonia Caselman, $49.95 (Grades 3-8)

Executive Function & Child Development. Marcie Yeager & Daniel Yeager, $26.50

Executive Function in the Classroom. Christopher Kaufman, $49.50

Executive Function in Preschool-Age Children: Integrating Measurement, Neurodevelopment, and Translational Research. James Griffin, Peggy McCardle & Lisa Freund, $115.95

Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents: a Practical Guide to Assessment and Intervention, 2nd Edition. Peg Dawson & Richard Guare, $55.95

Find a Way or Make a Way: Checklists of Helpful Accommodations for Students with ADHD, Executive Dysfunctions, Mood Disorders, Tourette's Syndrome, OCD and Other Neurological Challenges. Leslie Packer, $28.95

Forms for Helping the ADHD Child. Lawrence Shapiro, $47.95

Helping Children with ADHD: a CBT Guide for Practitioners, Parents and Teachers. Susan Young & Jade Smith, $59.95

Helping Kids and Teens with ADHD in School. Joanne Steer & Kate Horstmann, $34.95

How to Reach and Teach Teenagers with ADHD: a Step-by-Step Guide to Overcoming Difficult Behaviors at School & at Home. Grad Flick, $52.00

How to Reach and Teach Children and Teens with ADD/ADHD, 3rd Edition. Sandra Rief, $41.95 (Grades K-12)

I Just Want to Do It My Way! Julia Cook, $14.95; Activity Guide for Teachers, $27.95

The Impulse Control Game. Franklin Learning Systems, $72.95 (Grades 2 – 7)

Integrative Treatment for Adults ADHD: a Practical, Easy-to-Use Guide for Clinicians. Ari Tuckman, $69.95

Learning and Attention Disorders in Adolescence and Adulthood: Assessment and Treatment, 2nd Edition. Sam Goldstein, Jack Naglieri & Melissa DeVries, $88.00

Medicating Children: ADHD and Pediatric Mental Health. Rick Mayes, Catherine Bagwell& Jennifer Erkulwater, $57.50

A New Look at ADHD: Inhibition, Time and Self-Control. Russell Barkley, DVD $49.95 (price for Home Use only); ($108.95 Public Performance Rights cost for agencies, school boards etc)

A New Understanding of ADHD in Children and Adults: Executive Function Impairments. Thomas Brown, $72.50

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Non-Drug Treatments for ADHD: New Options for Kids, Adults & Clinicians. Richard Brown & Patricia Gerberg, $33.00

Nowhere to Hide: Why Kids with ADHD & LD Hate School and What We Can Do about It. Jerome Schultz, $29.95

Organizational Skills Training for Children with ADHD: an Empirically Supported Treatment. Richard Gallgher, Howard Abikoff & Elana Spira, $46.95

Outside the Box: Rethinking ADD/ADHD in Children and Adults — A Practical Guide. Thomas Brown, $78.50

Overcoming ADHD without Medication: a Guidebook for Parents and Teachers. The Association for Youth, Children and Natural Psychology, $15.95

Parent-Teen Therapy for Executive Function Deficits and ADHD: Building Skills and Motivation. Margaret Sibley, $39.95

Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with ADHD. Kathleen McConnell et al, $49.95; Grades PS-4, $49.95; Grades 5-12, $49.95

Preparing Students with Disabilities for College Success. Stan Shaw, Joseph Madaus & Lyman Dukes, $40.50

Promoting Executive Function in the Classroom. Lynn Meltzer, $53.50

The School Counselor’s Guide to ADHD: What We Know and Do to Help Your Students. Richard Lougy, Silvia DeRuvo & David Rosenthal, $38.95

The Science of ADHD: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Chris Chandler, $37.95

Self-Regulation in Education. Jeffrey Greene, $41.90

Simple Low-Cost Games and Activities for Sensorimotor Learning: a Sourcebook of Ideas for Young Children Including Those with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Other Learning Differences. Lisa Kurtz, $29.95

Smart But Scattered: the Revolutionary “Executive Skills” Approach to Helping Kids Reach Their Potential. Peg Dawson & Richard Guare, $23.95

Socially ADDept: Teaching Social Skills to Children with ADHD, LD and Asperger's. Janet Giler, $35.95 (ages 8-13)

Specific Learning Difficulties: What Teachers Need to Know. Diana Hudson, $25.95

The STAR Detective Facilitator Manual: a Cognitive Behavioral Group Intervention to Develop Skilled Thinking and Reasoning for Children with Cognitive, Behavioral, Emotional and Social Problems. Susan Young, $49.95
Also available: Becoming a Star Detective: Your Detective's Notebook for Finding Clues to How You Feel. Susan Young, $17.95

Strategy Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities, 2nd Edition. Robert Reid, Torri Ortiz Lienemann & Jessica Hagaman, $38.50

Study Strategies for Early School Success for Grades 3-6. Sandi Sirotowitz et al, $26.95

Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in the Regular Classroom: Ways to Challenge & Motivate Struggling Students to Achieve Proficiency with Required Standards. Susan Winebrenner, $57.95 (includes  CD-ROM)

Teaching Teens with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits: a Quick Reference Guide for Teachers  Parents, 2nd Edition. Chris Zeigler Dendy, $34.95

Teaching the Tiger: a Handbook for Individuals Involved in the Education of Students with Attention Deficit Disorders, Tourette Syndrome or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Marilyn Dornbush & Sheryl Pruitt, $49.95

Teenagers with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits: a Guide for Parents and Professionals, 3rd Edition. Chris Zeigler Dendy, $36.50

That's The Way I Think: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD and Dyscalculia Explained, 3rd Edition. David Grant, $50.30

Tigers, Too: Executive Functions/Speed of Processing/Memory—Modifications and Interventions. Marilyn Dornbush & Sheryl Pruitt, $85.95

Tigers, Too: Checklists for Classroom Objectives and Interventions. Marilyn Dornbush & Sheryl Pruitt, $28.95

Yes I Can — Have Impulse Control. Gary Yorke, $24.95 (ages 6-14, 2-4 players)

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