Book Review: The ADHD Book of Lists
Written for parents, as well as for teachers, counselors, and other school personnel.
by Sandra F. Rief
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Written for parents, as well as for teachers, counselors, and other school personnel, this book is replete with tips, strategies, and interventions to help youngsters with ADHD succeed at school. The list format makes the material accessible, and the special binding lets the book lie flat when open, so that checklists, forms, and other tools can be easily photocopied.
- 20 Questions to Ask If Your Child Has ADHD
- Kids in the Syndrome Mix
- A Parent’s Guide to Developmental Delays
- Dr. Larry Silver’s Advice to Parents on ADHD: Second Edition
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