ADHD Parenting

Book Review: Eagle Eyes: A Child’s Guide to Paying Attention

Ben learns to appreciate the positive sides of ADHD.

Open book, about parenting ADHD kids, on wooden table with rows of books behind it
Open book, about parenting ADHD kids, on wooden table with rows of books behind it

Eagle Eyes: A Child’s Guide to Paying Attention

Treating ADHD/ADD in Children and Adolescents Solutions for Parents and Clinicians

by Jeanne Gehret
Verbal Images Press, $16.00; for ages 8-12
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What a great confidence builder for kids!

Children with ADHD are usually compassionate, creative thinkers. They’re keen observers with great senses of humor. But these positives are often overshadowed by the challenges they face. Eagle Eyes focuses on the upsides of ADHD.

As the story opens, Ben is discouraged by his inability to concentrate. But he learns to appreciate his “eagle eyes,” a trait common in kids with ADHD, when he rescues his injured father.

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