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All Kinds of Minds by Mel Levine.

Written from the perspective of five children who attend a neighborhood school. Each child has a different "kind of mind" - attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, language disorders, social or motor skills deficits. These children discover the unique strengths that enable them to overcome problems caused by having a different "kind of mind." 

One mom says, "I read All Kinds of Minds to my 6 year old. We both loved the stories about the children and their strengths and weaknesses. I recommend this book to families, educators and children who think they are the "only ones" who can't achieve one thing or another. Thank you Dr. Levine!


Keeping a Head in School: A Studentís Book about Learning Abilities and Learning Disorders by Mel Levine (age 9 and up) 

With humor and "reader-friendly" language, Mel Levine explains learning disorders to parents, teachers, and children and describes strategies that kids can learn.

Lots of diagrams, webs, illustrations, and cases fill the pages of Keeping a  Head in School, helping his readers grasp his ideas and techniques. 


I Would If I Could: A Teenagers Guide to ADHD by Michael Gordon. 
"Written from the point of view of a teenager with ADHD, the book opened my eyes to how my son feels about having and dealing with this problem. After reading part of the book to him, I caught him looking thru the book several times. I think he is relieved that someone else knows how it feels to struggle with ADHD."


Eagle Eyes : A Child's Guide to Paying Attention by Jeanne Gehret  (age 9-12 ) 

The Don'T-Give-Up Kid and Learning Differences Book  by Jeanne Gehret. (age 9-12) 


How Dyslexic Benny Became a Star
by Joe Griffith, Jenny Schulz (Illustrator), G. Reid Lyon. 

A Texas reviewer says "One of the BEST stories of hope for children with dyslexia! This story should be shared with parents, teachers and specially children who have dyslexia. I have read this story to my Language Training students who have been inspired by this book." (Reading level: ages 9-12)



"I was looking for positive books on ADD to boost my 11-yr old son's self-esteem after we recently both began treatment for this "disorder." 

ADD: A Different Perception (revised) by Thom Hartmann gives examples of successful, creative, and dynamic individuals throughout history who were undoubtedly affected by ADD. 

 For Adolescents & Young Adults 


Learning Outside the Lines: Two Ivy League Students with LD & ADHD Give You to Tools for Academic Success
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Mooney, Cole 

This is an inspiring, practical book written by 2 college students: Jonathon has dyslexia, David has ADHD
This book gives hope to parents and adolescents who are often demoralized by school experiences. Includes practical strategies for kids to use: notebook organization, note taking, test taking, cramming, reading, and more. For more information about Learning Outside the Lines



How to Develop a Superpower Memory : More Money, Higher Grades, More Friends
by Harry Lorayne.

ADD: A Different Perception (revised) by Thom Hartmann gives examples of successful, creative, and dynamic individuals throughout history who were affected by ADD.

"I was looking for positive books on ADD to boost my 11-yr old son's self-esteem after we recently both began treatment for this "disorder." 
 



Learning a Living: A Guide to Planning Your Career and Finding a Job for People with Learning Disabilities, ADD, Dyslexia by Dale Brown.

Career guide for young people with learning disabilities, dyslexia, ADD/ADHD; teaches you how to emphasize strengths and minimize negative effects of disabilities.  Excellent book, well organized. Filled with practical advice, tips. More info.
Unlocking Potential: College & Other Choices for People with LD and AD/HD

Focuses on needs of high school students who need to prepare for life after graduation. Advice, practical tips, resources to make transition from high school a successful experience. For more info.



Mavis Beacon Teaches Touch-Typing 
Children must learn to touch-type - NOT hunt and peck. If you have a middle school child who hasn't learned to touch-type, the child needs to spend 30 minutes a day Mavis Beacon

Mavis Beacon is a gem  - she is effective, organized, and keeps her students on task. She measures progress objectively and provides diagrams of their progress. Mavis is kind and patient. She never loses her cool - even with teenagers. Get Learn about Mavis Beacon


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