My Brain Needs Glasses: ADHD explained to kids (Paperback)
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I’ll tell you a secret about me: ever since I was little, I’ve had a tendency to get “spaced out.” My ideas jump around like popcorn. It ’s hard to keep my concentration when my thoughts a re banging a round in my head like bumper cars…
Tom is eight years old and coping with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Through his imaginary journal, he shares his daily life with readers, helping young people, as well as parents and other caregivers, to better understand and cope with ADHD. Tom is endearing, and his journal is funny and imaginative. It brings his reality to life, with all its challenge —challenges that are anything but imaginary. Packed with effective tips and practical advice for coping with ADHD, this book is an indispensable tool that will answer plenty of questions, regardless of your age!
About the Author
A psychiatrist and the mother of four boys, ANNICK VINCENT has developed great expertise in mood disorders and ADHD in adults. Also a public speaker, she is actively involved in imparting her knowledge of attention deficit disorders to other doctors, healthcare workers and the public.
WORKS BY THE SAME AUTHOR:
Mon cerveau a besoin de lunettes, Québec-Livres Éditions, 2016 and 2010 (37,000 copies sold)
Mon cerveau a encore besoin de lunettes, Québec-Livres Éditions, 2014 and 2010 (35,000 copies sold)