It's one of the few books she has asked me to read on a nightly basis trying to get her to behave at school.
Easy to read.
I have 2 boys that have adhd to a varied of degree. They both said the book was easy to read and understand. Although it’s a hard disability to deal with from day to day. These books make it a bit easier for them to understand a complex issue.
1st grader likes it
My son is 6 years old and going into 1st grade. He was recently diagnosed with ADHD and the doctor who diagnosed him recommended this book. It helped us to explain what ADHD is, and he was able to relate to the character. The book is told in a respectful and positive way that conveys that ADHD is just a thing you have, but it isnt who you are. It also gives kids some helpful tips for dealing with common ADHD challenges. I definitely recommend this book, and an considering ordering some others from this series.
Perfect Explanation for Kids
I absolutely love this book. I have ADHD myself and had a few students in my third grade class struggling with their confidence due to their ADHD. My students were all able to relate to the dragon and understood that just because you feel some of the things happen to you doesnt mean you have ADHD, but to be more understanding of people going through life. In turn, it ended up being a good lesson in empathy and respect as well. Definitely recommend!