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A Dragon With ADHD

A Children’s Story About ADHD. A Cute Book to Help Kids Get Organized, Focus, and Succeed (My Dragon Books - Volume 41)

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ISBN: 9781649160959

Having a pet dragon is very fun!

He can sit, roll over, and play…

He can candle a birthday cake, lit a campfire, or so many other cool things…

But what if your dragon talks a lot and speaks really fast?

What if:

  • he’s very active and always run around?
  • he likes to interrupt when others are talking?
  • he has hard time concentrating and staying on task?
  • he’s disorganized, forgetful and often loose his things? And more…

What if your dragon is diagnosed with ADHD?

What if he is worried, scared and wonders what is wrong with him?

What should you do?

You help him understand ADHD! You teach him ADHD is not a “defect” and with the right attitude and help, it can be his asset!


Get this book and learn how!

Fun, cute, and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this is a must have book for children, parents and educators to teach kids about ADHD and how to get organized, focus and succeed in life,


Customer Reviews

Based on 65 reviews
Amanda Ploehn
My ADHD Son was so happy to get this

My son has ADHD and loved this book. He was excited to get a book he can relate to so much.

Shineka Miller
Easy to read

My son enjoy read this book

Amazon Customer
Highly recommended

I got the plush with the book. The perfect march! My kids love the book. The story is very sweet with a great message.

Mark A.
My 8 year old loved it!

My grandson has read this multiple times and really likes it. It’s easy to read and he has pointed out that he does some of the things the dragon does. I like the coping suggestions.

Kindle Customer
Kid liked it

At first I didn�t even give it to my 10yr old because I thought he�d think it�s too �cheezey�. But he found it laying around the house and was reading it. He asked me questions about ADHD and seemed pleased how accurate the account of having adhd is. Very relatable for him