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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.


Beyond the Label: a Guide to Unlocking a Child's Educational Potential. Karen Schlitz, $27.95

When a child is struggling with a learning disability or behavioral disorder, it can be overwhelming for their parents, who often do not know what to do or where to turn for help. This groundbreaking book is a "must have" for any parent, educator, or person who cares for and wants to help children who face challenges in school. It will help you to recognize the warning signs that may indicate a potential problem with a child and explain how to find the best help.

This superb guide shows you how to obtain the necessary assessment(s) that will help you to better understand a child's strengths and weaknesses. It also describes what an educational "accommodation" is and how it can serve as a bridge to learning. Every child has the legal right to fully access the learning environment and to show what they truly know when taking tests. The authors describe how accommodations specifically target a child's weaknesses in order to level the playing field in the classroom and during test taking situations. Accommodations can be as simple as giving the child extra time to finish a test or allowing them to take a test in a smaller group to minimize distractions. In addition, this handbook outlines the relevant research to help you understand the big picture of a child's learning and emotional needs.

The authors offer extensive discussion of issues such as attention and concentration, memory, executive functioning, language, visual perception and processing, emotional functioning, and social skills. Throughout, they stress that, by focusing on behaviors and not labels, you will be able to better understand the "what, why, and how" of a child's learning and emotional challenges.


Brain School: Stories of Children with Learning Disabilities and Attention Disorders Who Changed Their Lives by Improving Their Cognitive Functioning. Howard Eaton, $22.95

The Arrowsmith Program is changing the lives of children and youth with learning disorders. Designed to improve the cognitive functioning of children with learning disabilities, the Arrowsmith Program is reshaping how we conceptualize intervention/remediation approaches in schools today. Drawing from his own experiences directing Eaton Arrowsmith School in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Howard Eaton shows how children with significant learning disabilities can improve their cognitive capacities and find academic and social success.

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Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up: Help Your Child Overcome Slow Processing Speed and Succeed in a Fast-paced World. Ellen Braaten & Brian Willoughby, $19.95

Do you find yourself constantly asking your child to "pick up the pace"? Does he or she seem to take longer than others to get stuff done — whether completing homework, responding when spoken to, or getting dressed and ready in the morning? Drs. Ellen Braaten and Brian Willoughby have worked with thousands of kids and teens who struggle with an area of cognitive functioning called "processing speed," and who are often mislabeled as lazy or unmotivated. Filled with vivid stories and examples, this crucial resource demystifies processing speed and shows how to help kids (ages 5 to 18) catch up in this key area of development. Helpful practical tools can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8½" x 11" size. Learn how to obtain needed support at school, what to expect from a professional evaluation, and how you can make daily routines more efficient — while promoting your child's social and emotional well-being.


Different Learners. Jane Healy, $20.00

Identifying, preventing and treating your child's learning problems. Positive and empowering, DIFFERENT LEARNERS gives parents and teachers the tools they need to improve every child's ability to learn.


A Different Life: Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures. Quinn Bradlee, $17.50

Quinn Bradlee suffered from a battery of illnesses — seizures, migraines, fevers — from an early age. But it wasn't until he was fourteen that Bradlee was correctly diagnosed with Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome (VCFS), a widespread, little-understood disorder that is expressed through a wide range of physical ailments and learning disabilities.

In this funny, moving, and often irreverent book, Bradlee tells his own inspirational story of growing up as a learning disabled kid. From his difficulties reading social cues, to his cringe-worthy loss of sexual innocence, Bradlee describes the challenges and joys of living "a different life" with disarming candor and humor.

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Disorganized Children: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Edited by Samuel Stein & Uttom Chowdhury, $39.95

Disorganized children may display a range of behaviours symptomatic of, for example, ADHD, autism and conduct disorders, but they often fail to meet all the criteria for a clear diagnosis. In this book, psychiatrists, speech, family and occupational therapists and neurodevelopment specialists present a range of behavioural and psychological strategies to help disorganized children improve concentration and performance in the classroom and deal with a variety of behaviour and social interaction difficulties. The combination of information, exercises and case studies makes this a valuable tool for use by parents, health care and teaching professionals, and the authors provide an insight into the mind of disorganized children and practical guidance on how best to help them achieve their full potential.


Guiding Teens with Learning Disabilities: Navigating the Transition from High School to Adulthood. Arlyn Roffman, $17.95

Discover how to help teens with learning differences prepare for adulthood with this practical guide:

  • Understand the transition planning process
  • Help youth develop critical self-awareness and self-advocacy skills
  • Tips on preparing for post secondary education, employment and life in the community
  • And more...

How Behavioral Optometry Can Unlock Your Child’s Potential. Joel Warshowsky, $24.95

Identifying and overcoming blocks to concentration, self-esteem and school success with vision therapy.


How Can My Kid Succeed in School? What Parents and Teachers Can Do to Conquer Learning Problems. Craig Pohlman, $25.95

This practical resource for parents and teachers explains how to understand a child's complete learning profile — an inventory of his or her unique strengths and weaknesses — and provides helpful strategies that can be used at school and at home to get the child on a path to success. The book walks readers through the process of gathering clues about the child's learning style and provides guidelines for selecting the most appropriate learning strategies that will help spell success in school and life. Pohlman shows how parents and teachers can collaborate to help kids become successful learners, and also guides readers through the process of getting an educational assessment, for those students with particularly challenging issues.

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The Irlen Revolution: a Guide to Changing Your Perception and Your Life. Helen Irlen, $25.95

After decades of revolutionizing the treatment of dyslexia through the use of colored lenses, educational pioneer Helen Irlen has turned her attention to children and adults who suffer from other learning disabilities. The Irlen Revolution examines the author’s unique program for helping people with ADHD/ADD, Asperger’s syndrome, autism, depth perception problems, head injuries, strokes, and a host of other conditions that affect learning.

The Irlen Revolution begins with an overview of learning disabilities and a look at standard treatments. It then examines the Irlen Method and explores the scientific basis of the program. Finally, the author discusses the individual disorders―what they are, and how the Irlen approach may be used to treat them successfully. An extensive resource section provides additional guidance for readers who want to learn more about the program.



Learning Disabilities A to Z: a Parent’s Complete Guide to Learning Disabilities from Preschool to Adulthood. Corrine Smith & Lisa Struck, $21.00

Enriched throughout with personal stories and tips from parents, this updated edition of Learning Disabilities: A to Z is an essential, up-to-the-minute resource for parents and professionals who work with children and adolescents. The world of learning disabilities is undeniably complicated and challenging. Shining a bright light into this territory, Learning Disabilities A to Z has long been the trusted resource for parents, helping them navigate the tough issues and arming them with the knowledge necessary to advocate for their children at school.

Filled with anecdotes and advice from parents, teachers, and counselors, this completely revised edition helps parents understand the nature of their children’s learning disabilities, prepares them to negotiate for effective programming at school, and builds awareness of crucial issues of social and emotional growth. Written with warmth and compassion, the book covers every stage of development from the first day of preschool to the first day on the job.

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A Mind at a Time: America’s Top Learning Expert Shows How Every Child Can Succeed. Mel Levine, $20.00

Some students are strong in certain areas and some are strong in others, but no one is equally capable in all. Yet most schools still cling to a one-size-fits-all education philosophy. As a result, many children struggle because their learning patterns don't fit the way they are being taught.

In his #1 New York Times bestseller A Mind at a Time, Dr. Levine shows parents and those who care for children how to identify these individual learning patterns, explaining how they can strengthen a child's abilities and either bypass or help overcome the child's weaknesses, producing positive results instead of repeated frustration and failure. Consistent progress can result when we understand that not every child can do equally well in every type of learning and begin to pay more attention to individual learning patterns — and individual minds — so that we can maximize children's success and gratification in life. In A Mind at a Time Dr. Levine shows us how.


The Mislabeled Child: How Understanding Your Child’s Unique Learning Style Can Open the Door to Success. Brock Eide & Fernette Eide, $29.99

For parents, teachers, and other professionals seeking practical guidance about ways to help children with learning problems, The Mislabeled Child provides a comprehensive look at learning differences ranging from dyslexia to dysgraphia, from attention problems to giftedness. The authors describe how a proper understanding of a child’s unique brain-based strengths can be used to overcome obstacles to learning and how a learning disability encompasses more than a behavioral problem; it is also a brain dysfunction that should be treated differently. The Mislabeled Child offers extremely empowering information for parents and professionals alike.


The Misunderstood Child: Understanding and Coping with Your Child’s Learning Disabilities, 4th Edition. Larry Silver, $18.00

The fully revised and updated must-have resource to help you become a supportive and assertive advocate for your child.

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The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child. Richard Lavoie, Book $19.99; DVD $52.95 (90 minutes)

Motivation is the key to learning. But very few parents and teachers have an effective arsenal of techniques at their disposal. Acclaimed author Rick Lavoie arms all those who deal with children with proven, effective tools and strategies they can use to encourage any child to learn and achieve success. Lavoie explores motivational styles, presenting proven techniques, strategies, and scripts that can be used in the classroom and at home to break through a child's apathy and discouragement and inspire him/her to succeed and achieve. Along the way, Lavoie explodes some common myths about motivation: for instance, he demonstrates that rewards, punishment, and competition are not effective motivational tools. He gives specific advice throughout for parents and teachers of children with learning disabilities and provides detailed instructions for how to create a motivated classroom.


The Myth of Laziness: America's Top Learning Expert Shows How Kids - and Parents - Can Become More Productive. Mel Levine, $18.99

From the bestselling author of Mind at a Time comes a new look at children who are dismissed as lazy and unproductive. In his wise and compassionate style, Mel Levine offers practical strategies to help children overcome their difficulties with what he calls "output failure" and become confident, successful learners.


Organizing the Disorganized Child: Simple Strategies to Succeed in School. Martin Kutscher & Marcella Moran, $15.99

Is your child disorganized? Is it making you crazy? This book is your new best friend.

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The Parents' Guide to Specific Learning Difficulties: Information, Advice and Practical Tips. Veronica Bidwell, $26.95

Packed full of advice and practical strategies for parents and educators, this book is a one-stop-shop for supporting children with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs).

Part one introduces a spectrum of SpLDs, ranging from poor working memory, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, through to ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), Specific Language Impairment and Visual Processing Difficulty. It explains clearly what each difficulty is, how it can affect a child's learning and how to help a child to succeed despite their difficulties. Part two includes a host of tips, tools and strategies to support your child's efforts in areas such as reading, writing, spelling and handwriting, as well as advice on motivation, confidence and managing life's setbacks.

Written by an experienced Educational Psychologist, this is the perfect guide for parents and carers who are looking for ways to support their child's learning, as well as for educators and teachers looking for advice on how to differentiate lessons and motivate pupils with SpLDs.


The Power of Different: the Link between Disorder and Genius. Gail Saltz, $22.50

In The Power of Different, psychiatrist and bestselling author Gail Saltz examines the latest scientific discoveries, profiles famous geniuses who have been diagnosed with all manner of brain “problems” — including learning disabilities, ADD, anxiety, Depression, Bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and Autism — and tells the stories of lay individuals to demonstrate how specific deficits in certain areas of the brain are directly associated with the potential for great talent. Saltz shows how the very conditions that cause people to experience difficulty at school, in social situations, at home, or at work, are inextricably bound to creative, disciplinary, artistic, empathetic, and cognitive abilities.

In this pioneering work, readers will find engaging scientific research and stories from historical geniuses and everyday individuals who have not only made the most of their conditions, but who have flourished because of them. They are leaning into their brain differences to identify areas of interest and expertise; create the environments that best foster their talents; and forge rewarding interpersonal relationships.

Enlightening and inspiring, The Power of Different proves that the unique wiring of every brain can be a source of strength and productivity, and contributes to the richness of our world.


The Power of Neurodiversity: Unleashing the Advantages of Your Differently Wired Brain. Thomas Armstrong, $19.99

In THE POWER OF NEURODIVERSITY, Thomas Armstrong explains how we've become a "culture of disabilities," and need to spend more time focusing on the strengths — rather than the deficits — of those with mental health labels.  He provides practical tools to empower individuals with neurological differences such as ADD/ADHD, autism, dyslexia and more, including advice on:

  • how to construct an ideal niche
  • how to use assistive technologies
  • how to think about career development as a pathway to success, and
  • why inclusive classrooms offer the best learning experiences for neurodiverse children.

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Raising a Left-Brain Child in a Right-Brain World: Strategies for Helping Bright, Quirky, Socially Awkward Children to Thrive at Home and at School. Katharine Beals, $25.95

Author Katharine Beals uses the term “left-brain” to describe a type of child whose talents and inclinations lean heavily toward the logical, linear, analytical, and introverted side of the human psyche, as opposed to the “right brain,” a term often associated with our emotional, holistic, intuitive, and extroverted side. Drawing on her research and interviews with parents and children, Beals helps parents to discover if they are raising a left-brain child, and she offers practical strategies for nurturing and supporting this type of child at school and at home. Beals also advises parents in how best to advocate for their children in today’s schools, which can be baffled by and unsupportive of left-brain learning styles.


Ready for Take-Off: Preparing Your Teen with ADHD or LD for College. Theresa Maitland & Patricia Quinn, $21.95

Using college readiness surveys and handy worksheets, Ready for Take-Off helps parents promote self-determination, academic and daily living skills in your teen — skills needed to succeed in college and life beyond high school.


Ready or Not, Here Life Comes. Mel Levine, $23.99

Dr. Mel Levine, pediatrician and author, addresses the question of why some youngsters make a successful transition into adulthood while others do not. In recent years, we have experienced an epidemic of career un-readiness as too many young people begin what he calls "the startup years" unprepared for the challenge of initiating a productive life. Parents and schools often raise children in a highly structured world of overscheduled activities, meeting kids' demands for immediate gratification but leaving them unable to cope on their own. Instead of making a smooth transition into adulthood, many youngsters find themselves trapped in their teenage years, traveling down the wrong career road, unable to function in the world of work. These young people have failed, says Dr. Levine, to properly assess their strengths and weaknesses and have never learned the basics of choosing and advancing through the stages of a career … Insightful, wise, and compassionate, Ready or Not, Here Life Comes is a powerful commentary on our times and a book that can help adolescents and startup adults — with an assist from parents and educators — to spring from the starting gate of adulthood.

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The Short Bus: a Journey Beyond Normal. Jonathan Mooney, $23.99

Labeled ‘dyslexic and profoundly learning disabled with attention and behavior problems,’ Jonathan Mooney was a short bus rider — a derogatory term used for kids in special education and a distinction that told the world he wasn’t ‘normal.’ Along with other kids with special challenges, he grew up hearing himself denigrated daily. Ultimately, Mooney surprised skeptics by graduating with honors from Brown University. But he could never escape his past, so he hit the road. To free himself and to learn how others had moved beyond labels, he created an epic journey. He would buy his own short bus and set out cross-country, looking for kids who had dreamed up magical, beautiful ways to overcome the obstacles that separated them from the so-called normal world.


The 6 Success Factors for Children with Learning Disabilities: Ready-to-Use Activities to Help Kids with Learning Disabilities Succeed in School and in Life. The Frostig Center, foreword by Richard Lavoie, $35.95

Based on a 20-year study conducted by researchers at the Frostig Center, this book identifies the six attributes that lead to success for children with learning disabilities: and presents structured activities that foster these traits in students:

  • self-awareness
  • pro-activity
  • Perseverance
  • goal-setting
  • social support systems
  • and emotional coping strategies

Each of the 60 fun, ready-to-use activities contains a lesson plan and reproducible student worksheet, complete with modifications, accommodations, and helpful teaching tips. This easy-to-use resource helps children with LD develop skills to be successful in school and beyond.


Smart Kids with Learning Difficulties: Overcoming Obstacles and Realizing Potential, 2nd Edition. Rich Weinfeld, Linda Barnes-Robinson, Sue Jeweler & Betty Roffman Shevitz, $27.95

SMART KIDS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES provides useful, practical advice for helping smart kids with learning challenges such as AD/HD, autism, dyslexia and other learning disabilities to succeed in school. The authors present learning and teaching methods that have been applied successfully to both the gifted/talented and the learning-disabled populations. These methods can, and should, be used with all bright kids with learning difficulties, whether or not they have official labels.

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A Special Education: One Family’s Journey Through the Maze of Learning Disabilities. Dana Buchman, $17.50

The celebrated designer Dana Buchman knew almost nothing about “learning differences” when her daughter, Charlotte, was diagnosed with disabilities as a toddler. She soon discovered that the hard work and determination that had taken her from the Ivy League to her own fashion label wouldn’t be enough to deal with Charlotte’s disabilities; she would have to acquire a new skill set to be able to see Charlotte as a person with unique abilities. A Special Education is an inspiring account of one mother’s journey to acceptance and understanding, as well as a family’s triumph over daunting circumstances.


A Special Mother: Getting Through the Early Days of a Child’s Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities and Related Disorders. Anne Ford, $21.00

All mothers experience worries and fears about their children, but especially so in the early period surrounding the diagnosis of a learning disability. Filled with essential advice and the voices of mothers whose children have LD and related disorders such as Asperger’s and ADHD, A Special Mother lets parents know they are not alone and that they can help their child to thrive.


Why Can't My Son Read? Success Strategies for Helping Boys with Dyslexia and Reading Difficulties. Ellen Burns Hurst & Michael Hurst, $23.95

Why Can't My Son Read offers a practical view of dyslexia written for parents of boys who struggle with reading. This book will teach parents the components of the reading process, along with exploring the intersection of reading, attention, and executive function and the importance of competition and active engagement for boys with dyslexia. Specific checklists and guidelines to support boys' reading improvement are provided, and an additional chapter is included for parents seeking special education services for their sons, with “tricks of the trade” to get and keep the process moving.

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The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: How I Left My Learning Disability Behind and Other Stories of Cognitive Transformation. Barbara Arrowsmith-Young, $18.99

Barbara Arrowsmith-Young was born with severe learning disabilities that caused teachers to label her slow, stubborn — or worse. As a child, she read and wrote everything backward, struggled to process concepts in language, continually got lost, and was physically uncoordinated. She could make no sense of an analogue clock. But by relying on her formidable memory and iron will, she made her way to graduate school, where she chanced upon research that inspired her to invent cognitive exercises to "fix" her own brain. THE WOMAN WHO CHANGED HER BRAIN interweaves her personal tale with riveting case histories from her more than thirty years of working with both children and adults.

THE WOMAN WHO CHANGED HER BRAIN powerfully and poignantly illustrates how the lives of children and adults struggling with learning disorders can be dramatically transformed. This remarkable book deepens our understanding of how the brain works and of the brain's profound impact on how we participate in the world. Our brains shape us, but this book offers clear and hopeful evidence of the corollary: we can shape our brains. 


To Be Gifted and Learning Disabled: Strength-Based Strategies for Helping Twice-Exceptional Students with LD, ADHD, ASD, and More, 3rd Edition. Susan Baum, Robin Schader & Steven Owen, $49.95

To Be Gifted and Learning Disabled is one of the most popular resources available on identifying and meeting the needs of twice-exceptional students. This updated third edition provides a comprehensive look at the complex world of students with remarkable gifts, talents, and interests, who simultaneously face learning, attention, or social challenges from LD, ADHD, ASD, and other disorders. Through case studies and years of research, the authors present a rationale for using a strength-based, talent-focused approach to meeting the needs of this special population. From a thorough description of twice-exceptionality and the unique learning patterns of these students, to strategies for identification, comprehensive programming, talent development, and instructional strategies, this book explores the distinguishing strengths (yellows) and complex challenges (blues) that these students face. In painting, green is a mix of yellows and blues. Because of their individual characteristics, twice-exceptional students come in a remarkable range of greens.


Your Struggling Child: a Guide to Understanding & Advocating for Your Child with Learning, Behavior or Emotional Problems. Robert Newby, $19.99

Here is a practical, compassionate book parents can turn to when they first recognize that their child has a "problem" but aren't sure what it is or where to seek help. This book explains the different and overlapping symptoms of learning, mood, and behavior disorders and guides parents in getting the right diagnosis and treatment. Clear and comprehensive, this supportive guide will be every parent's first line of defense in helping a troubled child.

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Complete Booklist

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

Beyond the Label: a Guide to Unlocking a Child's Educational Potential. Karen Schlitz, $27.95

Brain School: Stories of Children with Learning Disabilities and Attention Disorders Who Changed Their Lives by Improving Their Cognitive Functioning. Howard Eaton, $22.95

Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up: Help Your Child Overcome Slow Processing Speed and Succeed in a Fast-paced World. Ellen Braaten & Brian Willoughby, $19.95

Different Learners. Jane Healy, $20.00

A Different Life: Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures.  Quinn Bradlee, $17.50

Disorganized Children: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Edited by Samuel Stein & Uttom Chowdhury, $39.95

Guiding Teens with Learning Disabilities: Navigating the Transition from High School to Adulthood. Arlyn Roffman, $17.95

How Behavioral Optometry Can Unlock Your Child’s Potential. Joel Warshowsky, $24.95

How Can My Kid Succeed in School? What Parents and Teachers Can Do to Conquer Learning Problems. Craig Pohlman, $25.95

The Irlen Revolution: a Guide to Changing Your Perception and Your Life. Helen Irlen, $25.95

Learning Disabilities: A to Z: a Parent’s Complete Guide to Learning Disabilities from Preschool to Adulthood. Corrine Smith & Lisa Struck, $21.00

A Mind at a Time: America’s Top Learning Expert Shows How Every Child Can Succeed. Mel Levine, $20.00

The Mislabeled Child: How Understanding Your Child’s Unique Learning Style Can Open the Door to Success. Brock Eide & Fernette Eide, $29.99

The Misunderstood Child: Understanding and Coping with Your Child’s Learning Disabilities, 4th Revised Edition. Larry Silver, $18.00

The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child. Richard Lavoie, $19.99

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The Myth of Laziness. Mel Levine, $18.99

Organizing the Disorganized Child: Simple Strategies to Succeed in School. Martin Kutscher & Marcella Moran, $15.99

The Parents' Guide to Specific Learning Difficulties: Information, Advice and Practical Tips. Veronica Bidwell, $26.95

The Power of Different: the Link between Disorder and Genius. Gail Saltz, $22.50

The Power of Neurodiversity: Unleashing the Advantages of Your Differently Wired Brain. Thomas Armstrong, $19.99

Raising a Left-Brain Child in a Right-Brain World: Strategies for Helping Bright, Quirky, Socially Awkward Children to Thrive at Home and at School. Katharine Beals, $25.95

Ready for Take-Off: Preparing Your Teen with ADHD or LD for College. Theresa Maitland & Patricia Quinn, $21.95

Ready or Not, Here Life Comes. Mel Levine, $23.99

The Short Bus: a Journey Beyond Normal. Jonathan Mooney, $23.99

The 6 Success Factors for Children with Learning Disabilities: Ready-to-Use Activities to Help Kids with Learning Disabilities Succeed in School and in Life. The Frostig Center, foreword by Richard Lavoie, $35.95

Smart Kids with Learning Difficulties: Overcoming Obstacles and Realizing Potential, 2nd Edition. Rich Weinfeld, Linda Barnes-Robinson, Sue Jeweler & Betty Roffman Shevitz, $27.95

A Special Education: One Family’s Journey through the Maze of Learning Disabilities. Dana Buchman, $17.50

A Special Mother: Getting Through the Early Days of a Child’s Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities and Related Disorders. Anne Ford, $21.00

To Be Gifted and Learning Disabled: Strength-Based Strategies for Helping Twice-Exceptional Students with LD, ADHD, ASD, and More, 3rd Edition. Susan Baum, Robin Schader & Steven Owen, $49.95

Why Can't My Son Read? Success Strategies for Helping Boys with Dyslexia and Reading Difficulties. Ellen Burns Hurst & Michael Hurst, $23.95

The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: How I Left My Learning Disability Behind and Other Stories of Cognitive Transformation. Barbara Arrowsmith-Young, $18.99

Your Struggling Child: a Guide to Understanding & Advocating for Your Child with Learning, Behavior or Emotional Problems. Robert Newby, $19.99

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