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Book Review: Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention

Plenty of activity pages to support the process of positive change.

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

by Kathleen G. Nadeau, Ph.D., and Ellen B. Dixon, Ph.D.
Magination Press, $9.95; for ages 9-12
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This ADHD workbook, written in an entertaining style that kids will love, addresses issues that will hit home — such as making friends, doing homework, and staying focused.

Psychologists Kathleen Nadeau and Ellen Dixon provide checklists to help young readers identify the problems they’d like to solve, and include plenty of activity pages to support the process of positive change.

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