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AD/HD and the College Student: the Everything Guide to Your Most Urgent Questions. Patricia Quinn, $17.95

Whether you are looking for information or facing an urgent situation, AD/HD and the College Student provides answers to your most pressing questions. Organized in a question-and-answer format, this guide is loaded with helpful information, practical tips, and resources. Inside, you'll find advice to:

Understand how AD/HD affects your life at college

  • Design a program for success
  • Develop necessary skills for succeeding in college
  • Maintain a healthy lifestyle
  • Understand your medication
  • Access specialized services
  • Obtain academic accommodations
  • Add structure and achieve balance
  • Understand how AD/HD affects your relationships and responsibilities

With this book, you'll learn ways to manage your AD/HD effectively so you can succeed in college.


The ADHD Workbook for Kids: Helping Children Gain Self-Confidence, Social Skills & Self-Control. Lawrence Shapiro, $22.95

44 simple, fun activities to teach kids how to improve attention and focus, control their emotions and to communicate effectively with others.


The ADHD Workbook for Teens. Lara Honos-Webb, $22.95

Activities to help you gain motivation and confidence, increase attention, calm impulses, improve relationships, get organized and more!

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ADH-Me! John Hutton, Illustrated by Lisa Griffin, $9.99

ADH-Me! is an empathetic journey from the perspective of a child learning to live and succeed with ADHD. An accessible, rhyming narrative and inviting illustrations help families know what to expect from diagnosis through stages of treatment, while reminding all readers that love and support are the surest means to a happy ending.


The Adventures of Stretch More: Pick-Your-Path Stories for Solving Problems Together. Trina Epstein & Ross Greene, $26.50

Meet Stretch More, a rubber-band character who loves video games and skateboarding, but also has behavior issues that frequently get him in trouble. Stretch is very inflexible!

If you know a child like Stretch — one who has difficulty adapting to changes, handling frustrations, and problem solving — then The Adventures of Stretch More can help! The book includes three pick-your-path stories and at key points in each story, you get to pick what happens next, as Stretch learns to solve problems together with his parents and teacher.

This is the first children's book to demonstrate Collaborative & Proactive Solutions, a therapy method that presumes kids act poorly because they lack the skills to deal with challenging situations. Together, parents and children learn how to defuse the tension and build a more supportive approach to improving behavior. A perfect book for kids ages 8-13 who have ADHD, Tourette's, OCD, or Asperger's that also includes an information section for parents.


All Dogs Have ADHD. Kathy Hoopmann, $18.95

An affectionate look at Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), using images and ideas from the canine world to explore a variety of traits that will be instantly recognizable to those who are familiar with ADHD. Charming colour photographs of dogs bring to life familiar ADHD characteristics such as being restless and excitable, getting easily distracted, and acting on impulse. This delightful book combines humour with understanding to reflect the difficulties and joys of raising a child with ADHD.

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Applying to College for Students with ADD or LD.  Blythe Grossberg, $17.95

A guide to keep you (and your parents) sane, satisfied and organized through the admission process.


Attention Girls! A Guide to Learn All About Your AD/HD. Patricia Quinn, $17.50 (ages 8-13)

Meet other girls with AD/HD just like you and you’ll learn lots of ways to take charge of your life — at home and at school!


Can I Tell You about ADHD? A Guide for Friends, Family, and Professionals. Susan Yarney, $15.95

Meet Ben — a young boy with ADHD. Ben invites readers to learn about ADHD from his perspective. He helps children understand what it means to have ADHD and describes what it is and how it feels. Ben explains how he was diagnosed and what he has learned about ways to relieve his ADHD symptoms, and how friends and adults can help at home and school. This illustrated book is full of useful information and will be an ideal introduction for young people, aged 7 upwards, as well as parents, friends, teachers and professionals working with children with ADHD. It is also an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions.


College Success for Students with Learning Disabilities. Cynthia Simpson & Vicky Spencer, $22.95

Strategies and tips for making the most out of your college experience.

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Does Everyone Have ADHD? A Teen’s Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment. Christine Petersen, $23.95

Author Christine Petersen provides young readers with a comprehensive look at ADHD — from diagnosis and treatment to the impact on ADHD has on school, social and family life.


Don’t Behave Like You Live in a Cave. Elizabeth Verdick & Steve Mark, $11.95

Is your behavior sometimes out of whack or out of control? Do you tend to get in trouble more than other kids you know? Don’t worry — you’re NOT a problem child. But you may need help with your behavior at home and school — and that’s what this book is for!


Get Ready for Jetty: My Journal about ADHD and Me. Jeanne Kraus, $11.95 (ages 9-12)

Meet Jetty. She is just starting fourth grade. Jetty likes: karate, cartwheels, reading, and cookie dough ice cream. Jetty dislikes: girlie girls, anything pink, and writing in complete sentences! Jetty writes about these things as well as her recent ADHD diagnosis in her journal. Although starting fourth grade with ADHD is tough — with new rules, more schoolwork, and new classmates — Jetty is able to see the bright side as she works with her parents, teacher, and doctor to find a happy medium where she can feel like herself!

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Hunter and His Amazing Remote Control. Lori Ann Copeland, $21.95 (ages 5-11)

This resource is a unique approach to teaching self-control to children whether or not they have ADD or ADHD. In this full-color, illustrated storybook, Hunter teaches students how he learned to use his very special remote control to become more successful. Once children read or hear Hunter's story, they can create their own amazing remote controls. Remote control buttons include:

  • Channel Changer - Filtering out distractions
  • Pause - Stopping to think relax and create a plan
  • Fast Forward - Thinking before acting
  • Rewind - Shifting focus from past failure to future change
  • Slow Motion - Slowing down and managing stress
  • Coach - Problem solving
  • Zapper - Recognizing and rejecting negative thinking
  • Way to Go! - Using positive self-talk

Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key. Jack Gantos, $8.99

Joey Pigza's got heart, he's got a mom who loves him, and he's got "dud meds," which is what he calls the Ritalin pills that are supposed to even out his wild mood swings. Sometimes Joey makes bad choices. He learns the hard way that he shouldn't stick his finger in the pencil sharpener, or swallow his house key, or run with scissors.

In this antic yet poignant novel, Jack Gantos has perfect pitch in capturing the humor, the off-the-wall intensity, and the serious challenges that life presents to a kid dealing with hyper-activity and related disorders. 

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Journal of an ADHD Kid: the Good, the Bad, and the Useful. Tobias Stumpf, $21.95

For kids with ADHD, reading Journal of an ADHD Kid is a chance to get to know themselves (and their diagnosis) much better. Toby, the narrator, relates his experiences coping with life as an ADHD kid in an authentic kid's voice that is sometimes funny, sometimes exasperated, sometimes proud, illustrating the range of emotions that kids with ADHD/ADD feel. The book provides information in a frank, upbeat, conversational manner and offers thought-provoking questions designed to help readers recognize how ADHD/ADD affects them and then come up with better ideas for handling difficult situations in their own lives. From facts about an ADHD diagnosis to whether to tell friends and teachers, and from understanding both the good and bad aspects of ADHD to what can help with the disorder, there's plenty of solid information, emotional support, and tips for kids and teens. 


The Kids' Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control: Simple Stuff to Help Children Regulate their Emotions and Senses. Lauren Brukner, Illustrated by Apsley, $25.95

Packed with simple ideas to regulate the emotions and senses, this book will help children tackle difficult feelings head-on and feel awesome and in control! From breathing exercises, pressure holds and finger pulls, to fidgets, noise-reducing headphones and gum, the book is brimming with fun stuff to help kids feel cool, calm and collected. They will learn how to label difficult feelings, choose the perfect strategies and tools to tackle them, and use these correctly whether at home or at school. The strategies and tools are accompanied by cartoon-style illustrations, and the author includes useful tips for parents and teachers as well as handy visual charts and checklists to track learning and progress.

Armed with this book, kids will be well on their way to managing difficult emotions and feeling just right in whatever situation life throws at them! Suitable for children with emotional and sensory processing difficulties aged approximately 7 to 14 years.


Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses: the Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide. John Taylor, $20.95

This concise and easy-to-read book will help kids of all ages learn to stop overreacting and overcome their sensory problems. This useful guide includes information for parents, teachers and OTs working with kids who are sensory defensive.

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Learning to Be Kind and Understand Differences: Empathy Skills for Kids with ADHD. Judith Glasser & Jill Menkes Kushner, $18.50

Did you know that there are ways to understand how other people think and feel? That's called empathy, and it is a skill you can learn! Empathy helps you get along with other people — your family, your friends, your teammates — everyone you know! Packed with exercises, pointers, and fun activities, this book will help you:

  • See different points of view
  • Understand that everyone shows their feelings differently
  • Pay attention to your feelings
  • Look for clues about what others are feeling
  • Learn the connection between thoughts and feelings
  • Brainstorm about why other people feel the way they do

Learning to Be Kind and Understand Differences also includes a note and resources for parents. When you build your empathy skills you will get along better with other people — and feel good about yourself, too!


Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool: Emotional Regulation Tools for Kids with AD/HD. Judith Glasser & Kathleen Nadeau, $17.95 (ages 6-11)

Did you know that there are things you can do every day to help you feel better more often? It's true!

Packed with practical advice and fun activities, this book will show you how to:

  • Understand your emotions
  • Practice healthy habits to stay in your Feel Good Zone
  • Know the warning signs that you are heading into your Upset Zone
  • Feel better when you get upset
  • Problem-solve so upsets come less often
  • And much more!

Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention, 3rd Edition. Kathleen Nadeau & Ellen Dixon, $17.95 (ages 6-12)

Packed with practical tips, know-how, and fun, this friendly workbook just for kids has solutions for every situation — at home, at school, and with friends.

  • Getting homework done
  • Making friends
  • Remembering stuff
  • Dealing with feelings
  • Getting ready in the morning
  • Learning to relax
  • Staying focused
  • Asking for help
  • And much, much more!

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Making the Grade with ADD: a Student’s Guide to Succeeding in College with Attention Deficit Disorder. Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, $21.95

In college, independence, fun activities, and new friendships abound. But if you have attention deficit disorder (ADD), these new opportunities also present new challenges. To adjust to college life, you'll need to learn to harness your disorder in new ways in order to plan your time effectively, become a successful student, make friends, and take advantage of everything campus life has to offer.


My Brain Needs Glasses: Living with Hyperactivity. Annick Vincent, $20.95

Mon cerveau a besoin de lunettes: vivre avec l'hyperactivité. Annick Vincent, $20.95

Filled with instructive information, this imaginary journal of eight-year-old Tom will help young people develop an understanding of what AD/HD is and how to overcome its obstacles. Funny and imaginative,My Brain Needs Glasses is an effective guide to understanding the reality of living with AD/HD.


On Your Own: a College Readiness Guide for Teens with ADHD/LD. Patricia Quinn & Theresa Laurie Maitland, $17.95

Using a readiness survey and handy worksheets, On Your Own will help you get ready for your first years away from home. Inside, you'll find easy-to-use advice and strategies that will allow you to map out a plan and cultivate the skills you'll need to succeed in college. On Your Own is loaded with tips and resources to further assist you in creating a personalized plan and center on developing three crucial skill areas:

  • Self-determination skills (advocacy, management, communication)
  • Daily living skills (self-care, organization, life balance)
  • Academic skills (self-knowledge, study habits, time management)

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Preparing Students with Disabilities for College Success: a Practical Guide to Transition Planning. Stan Shaw, Joseph Madaus & Lyman Dukess, $40.95

For students with mild to moderate, non-visible disabilities, navigating a college education without the support team they had in high school can be challenging. Help students become effective self-advocates and maximize their postsecondary possibilities with this cutting-edge book, which balances current research with the most practical guidance to date on this topic. Readers will learn how early, coordinated, student-centered planning helps students develop the academic and personal skills required to successfully transition to college. User-friendly checklists, tip boxes, activities, and illustrative vignettes translate extensive research into immediate practice with students and families.

Secondary transition personnel, counselors, and educators in high school settings will turn to this book first for comprehensive, accessible information on helping students transition to college—and lay the critical groundwork for future employment success. 


Putting on the Brakes: Understanding and Taking Control of Your ADD or ADHD, 3rd Edition. Patricia Quinn & Judith Stern, $17.95 (ages 8-13); Putting On the Brakes Activity Guide, $20.95

Completely updated and expanded, Putting On the Brakes continues to be the go-to resource for kids with AD/HD. This essential guide is loaded with practical ways to improve organization, focus, attention, time management, and scheduling, as well as studying and homework skills. Importantly, kids will also find strategies for making friends, controlling emotions, and being healthy. Putting On the Brakes  gives kids with AD/HD the tools they need for success in and out of school and a plan to manage all types of attention disorders.

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Real Organized In a Jar® Helping You Get It All Together. Free Spirit Publishing, $13.50 (ages 9 and up)

Tips on how to create a less-mess zone to organize your life for success at home, in school, and wherever you go. Use Real Organized in a Jar whenever you need organizing help.

Organize Your Time cards: Everyone needs help managing time from time to time. These cards provide creative ways to organize your day and use your time efficiently. The better organized your time is, the more time you have to do the things you love!

Organize Your Space cards: Think of all the spaces in your life: bedroom, desk, locker, backpack, study area, etc. And your cyberspace, such as your computer files, email, and Internet bookmarks. These cards offer tips for organizing all of your life's spaces.

Organize Your Thoughts cards: These cards give practical advice for taking notes, making lists, and jogging your memory. They also help you record and follow through on your goals, desires, and ideas. Never let a brilliant thought get lost in your head again!


School Made Easier: a Kid’s Guide to Study Strategies and Anxiety-Busting Tools. Wendy Moss & Robin DeLuca-Acconi, $17.50 (ages 8-13)

Do you ever get nervous before a big test?

Do you get butterflies in your stomach before giving a presentation?

Do you ever lose track of papers?

Do you cram to finish long-term assignments at the last minute?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this book is for you! Take a look inside, and start reducing your anxiety and increasing your confidence in school. Believe it or not, school can be less stressful — and even fun! School Made Easier will show you how to:

  • Understand your academic stress
  • Use "mind games" to feel less stressed and more confident
  • Problem-solve to cope with stressful situations
  • Organize your papers and files
  • Use executive functioning skills to make homework and studying easier
  • Manage your time wisely
  • Study more effectively
  • Stay calm and cool on test day
  • And much more!

Some Kids Just Can’t Sit Still. Sam Goldstein, illustrated by Allie DeSisto, $17.95 (ages 4-9)

Some Kids Can't Sit Still offers an easy to understand, non-blaming explanation for ADHD and tools for helping children understand themselves better.

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Spacing Out! Discovering the Importance of Completing Tasks. Stephie McCumbee, illustrated by Lisa Griffin, $14.95

Daydreaming in class is interfering with Hunter Lane’s ability to get his work done. Join him as he learns the importance of staying focused and finishing his homework.

Spacing Out! Activity Guide. Stephie McCumbee, illustrated by Lisa Griffin, $28.50

Easy-to-use lessons to accompany the Spacing Out! storybook and emphasize the skill of completing tasks. Activities appropriate for grades K-5. 


Study Strategies PLUS: Building Your Study Skills and Executive Functioning for School Success. Sandi Sirowitz, Leslie Davis & Harvey Parker, $20.95

Helps students improve executive functioning skills such as organizing, managing time, planning, focusing, and remembering. These skills are extremely important for success in school and in the workplace. Students will also find valuable strategies to improve reading comprehension, note taking, and reduce stress.


Succeeding as a Student in the STEM Fields with an Invisible Disability: a College Handbook for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Students with Autism, ADD, Affective Disorders, or Learning Difficulties and Their Families. Christy Oslund, $25.95

The STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) attract many students with autism, ADD, affective disorders and related invisible disabilities who are highly intelligent and analytical, but who, upon entering higher education, may find that they struggle with independent living and a different way of learning.

This preparation guide for students and their families explains everything they need to know about the university experience including classroom behavior, study skills, self-reliance, accessing support services, and when parents should and shouldn't get involved. Offering practical advice and strategies, this is a useful handbook that students can refer to again and again throughout their college years guiding them on their paths to becoming the inventors, scientists, engineers, and computer entrepreneurs of the future.

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The Survival Guide for Kids with ADD or ADHD. John Taylor, $19.99

What are ADD and ADHD? What does it mean to have ADD and ADHD? How can kids diagnosed with ADD and ADHD help themselves succeed in school, get along better at home, and form healthy, enjoyable relationships with peers? In kid-friendly language and a format that welcomes reluctant and easily distracted readers, Free Spirit’s newest survival guide helps kids know they’re not alone and offers practical strategies for taking care of oneself, modifying behavior, enjoying school, having fun, and dealing (when needed) with doctors, counselors, and medication. Includes real-life scenarios, quizzes, and a special message for parents.


The Survival Guide for Kids with Behavior Challenges: How to Make Good Choices and Stay Out of Trouble. Tom McIntyre, $21.99 (ages 9-14)

This survival guide provides up-to-date information, practical strategies, and sound advice for kids with diagnosed behavioral disorders (BD, ED, EBD) and those with general behavior problems. Kids learn to make smarter choices, make and keep friends, get along with teachers, take responsibility for their actions, work towards positive change, and enjoy the results of their better behavior. The Survival Guide for Kids with Behavior Challenges includes:

  • What behavior disorder means—and does not mean
  • Reasons why some kids have behavioral disorders
  • The scoop on school programs
  • True stories about real kids
  • Smart choices for dealing with feelings
  • Ways to get along better at school and at home 
  • A glossary of words you need to know
  • A list of resources (books, organizations, Web sites)
  • And much more

Take Control of ADHD: the Ultimate Guide for Teens with ADHD. Ruth Spodak & Kenneth Stefano, $23.95

Take Control of ADHD helps teens find success in school and in life. By creating an “ADHD Attention Profile” readers will recognize how ADHD affects them, discover coping strategies and technology tools to improve their focus, and develop a self-advocacy plan they can use immediately.

The book presents the latest research and information on ADHD in a conversational style that teens can understand easily, allowing them to develop a better understanding of their disorder. By including suggestions from teens with ADHD, the authors offer advice, information, and ideas from students just like them.

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Taking ADD to School. Ellen Weiner, $16.95

Ben is having trouble concentrating in school. A trip to the doctor reveals that Ben has Attention Deficit Disorder. Written from Ben's perspective, this unique book is designed to educate classroom peers about children living with ADD.


This Morning Sam Went to Mars: a Book about Paying Attention. Nancy Carlson, $13.50

Sam has an awesome imagination. He makes up super stories about the deepest seas, outer space, knights and castles — he has all sorts of good ideas! But Sam often has trouble focusing on school work and things grown-ups ask him to do. So Sam learns some new strategies for staying organized, and learning when to use his great imagination!


Train Your Brain for Success: a Teenager's Guide to Executive Functions. Randy Kulman, $19.95

Train Your Brain for Success provides adolescents with practical, user-friendly strategies to improve their organizational, planning, memory, and time-management skills. This easy-to-read guide should help teenagers and their parents to work on skills that are critical for success in school and life in general.

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Why Can't You Stop Talking?! 11-Year-Old Me & ADHD. S.A. Leigh, $17.50

Why Can't You Stop Talking is a unique mix of autobiography and self-help that offers empowering messages in one readable, entertaining package. S. A. Leigh, a pseudonym, is an 11-year-old writer living in small-town USA slogging through homework (but making honor roll) and training to be a fierce ninja. In her free time, she surfs YouTube for outrageous videos and plays the violin. She also publishes her prose in national children's magazines (under her actual name), writes fan fiction, and has won a writing award for a short story about bullying. S. A. Leigh's family life includes her weary parents; a bold, moody older sister; and two poorly trained rescue dogs. Life is never dull, but writing inspirations are plentiful... thanks to ADHD and the many imaginative outbursts it brings.


The Work-Smart Academic Planner. Peg Dawson & Richard Guare, $21.50

From executive skills experts Peg Dawson and Richard Guare, this large-format academic planner is specially designed for students in grades 6-12. It provides a system for keeping track of assignments and due dates while developing the crucial executive skills needed to succeed in school and beyond. Students are guided to build a daily study plan, manage their time, set short- and long-term goals, study for tests, and record their successes. They also get tools for evaluating their own executive skills in order to target their weaknesses and capitalize on strengths. User-friendly features:

  • Spiral binding facilitates everyday use
  • Three-hole punched to conveniently fit in a binder
  • Reproducible planning forms; purchasers can download and print extra copies
  • Undated daily and monthly calendars for one academic year
  • Three-year reference calendar (2015-2017) on each monthly page
  • Online-only User's Guide for school psychologists, educators, coaches, and parents

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Resources for Kids & Teens

The ADHD Workbook for Kids: Helping Children Gain Self-Confidence, Social Skills & Self-Control. Lawrence Shapiro, $22.95 (ages 8-13)

The ADHD Workbook for Teens. Lara Honos-Webb, $22.95

ADH-Me! John Hutton, Illustrated by Lisa Griffin, $9.99

The Adventures of Stretch More: Pick-Your-Path Stories for Solving Problems Together. Trina Epstein & Ross Greene, $26.50

All Dogs Have ADHD. Kathy Hoopmann, $18.95 (all ages)

Annie’s Plan: Taking Charge of Schoolwork and Homework. Jeanne Kraus, illustrated by Charles Beyl, $12.95 (ages 6-10)

Attention Girls! A Guide to Learn All about Your AD/HD. Patricia Quinn, $17.50 (ages 8-13)

Can I Tell You about ADHD? A Guide for Friends, Family, and Professionals. Susan Yarney, $15.95

Does Everyone Have ADHD? A Teen’s Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment. Christine Petersen, $23.95 (ages 13+)

Don’t Behave Like You Live in a Cave. Elizabeth Verdick & Steve Mark, $11.95

Eagle Eyes: a Child's Guide to Paying Attention. Jeanne Gehret, $19.95 (ages 4-8)

Eukee, the Jumpy, Jumpy Elephant. Clifford Corman & Esther Trevino, $11.95 (ages 4-8)

50 Activities and Games for Kids with ADHD. Patricia Quinn & Judith Stern, $16.50 (ages 8 to 13)

Get Ready for Jetty: My Journal about ADHD and Me. Jeanne Kraus, $11.95 (ages 9-12)

Help4ADD@High School. Kathleen Nadeau, $25.95 (ages 13+)

Hunter and His Amazing Remote Control. Lori Ann Copeland, $21.95 (ages 5-11)

Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key. Jack Gantos, $8.99

Journal of an ADHD Kid: the Good, the Bad, and the Useful. Tobias Stumpf, $21.95

The Kids' Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control: Simple Stuff to Help Children Regulate their Emotions and Senses. Lauren Brukner, Illustrated by Apsley, $25.95

Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses: the Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide. John Taylor, $20.95

Learning to Be Kind and Understand Differences: Empathy Skills for Kids with ADHD. Judith Glasser & Jill Menkes Kushner, $18.50

Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool: Emotional Regulation Tools for Kids with AD/HD. Judith Glasser & Kathleen Nadeau, $17.95 (ages 6-11)

Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention, 3rd Edition. Kathleen Nadeau & Ellen Dixon, $17.95 (ages 6-12)

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My Brain Needs Glasses: Living with Hyperactivity. Annick Vincent, $20.95 (ages 8-12)

My Brother's a World-Class Pain: a Sibling's Guide to ADHD/Hyperactivity. Michael Gordon, $11.50 (ages 4-9)

On Your Own: a College Readiness Guide for Teens with ADHD/LD. Patricia Quinn & Theresa Laurie Maitland, $17.95

101 School Success Tools for Students with ADHD. Jacqueline Ideman, Stephan Silverman & Sue Jeweler, $19.95

Otto Learns about His Medicine: a Story About Medication for Children with ADHD. Matthew Galvin, $13.95 (ages 4-8)

Preparing Students with Disabilities for College Success: a Practical Guide to Transition Planning. Stan Shaw, Joseph Madaus & Lyman Dukess, $40.95

Putting on the Brakes: Understanding and Taking Control of Your ADD or ADHD, 3rd Edition. Patricia Quinn & Judith Stern, $17.95 (ages 8-13); Putting On the Brakes Activity Guide, $20.95

Real Organized In a Jar® Helping You Get It All Together. Free Spirit Publishing, $13.50 (ages 9 and up)

School Made Easier: a Kid’s Guide to Study Strategies and Anxiety-Busting Tools. Wendy Moss & Robin DeLuca-Acconi, $17.50 (ages 8-13)

Shelley the Hyperactive Turtle, 2nd Edition. Deborah Moss, $17.50 (ages 3-6)

Some Kids Just Can’t Sit Still. Sam Goldstein, illustrated by Allie DeSisto, $17.95 (ages 4-9)

Sometimes I Drive My Mom Crazy, But I Know She’s Crazy about Me: a Self-Esteem Book for ADHD Children. Lawrence Shapiro, $22.50 (ages 4-9)

Spacing Out! Discovering the Importance of Completing Tasks. Stephie McCumbee, illustrated by Lisa Griffin, $14.95.
Spacing Out! Activity Guide. Stephie McCumbee, illustrated by Lisa Griffin, $28.50

Study Strategies PLUS: Building Your Study Skills and Executive Functioning for School Success. Sandi Sirowitz, Leslie Davis & Harvey Parker, $20.95

The Survival Guide for Kids with ADD or ADHD. John Taylor, $19.99 (ages 7-12)

The Survival Guide for Kids with Behavior Challenges: How to Make Good Choices and Stay Out of Trouble. Tom McIntyre, $21.99 (ages 9-14)

Take Control of ADHD: the Ultimate Guide for Teens with ADHD. Ruth Spodak & Kenneth Stefano, $23.95

Taking ADD to School. Ellen Weiner, $16.95 (ages 4-9)

This Morning Sam Went to Mars: a Book about Paying Attention. Nancy Carlson, $13.50

Train Your Brain for Success: a Teenager's Guide to Executive Functions. Randy Kulman, $19.95

Why Can't You Stop Talking?! 11-Year-Old Me & ADHD. S.A. Leigh, $17.50

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Resources for College/University Students

AD/HD and the College Student: the Everything Guide to Your Most Urgent Questions. Patricia Quinn, $17.95

Applying to College for Students with ADD or LD.  Blythe Grossberg, $17.95

College Success for Students with Learning Disabilities. Cynthia Simpson & Vicky Spencer, $22.95

Learning Outside the Lines: Two Ivy League Students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD Give You the Tools for Academic Success and Educational Revolution. J. Mooney & D. Cole, $21.00

Making the Grade with ADD: a Student’s Guide to Succeeding in College with Attention Deficit Disorder. Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, $21.95

Succeeding as a Student in the STEM Fields with an Invisible Disability: a College Handbook for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Students with Autism, ADD, Affective Disorders, or Learning Difficulties and Their Families. Christy Oslund, $25.95

Survival Guide for College Students with ADHD or LD, 2nd Edition. Kathleen Nadeau, $14.95

The Work-Smart Academic Planner. Peg Dawson & Richard Guare, $21.50

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