ISBN-13: 9781616600136 / Angielski / Miękka / 2016 / 92 str.
BEEP : Navigating Through ADHD is the 10th book in Reflection's Publishing's "Kids Helping Kids Through Books" series. The primary goal of this series is to provide children with resources to help them to overcome life's obstacles. Divided into two sections, the front, fiction section of BEEP , is written and illustrated from the fresh perspective of a child to help open the door of communication between parents, teachers, and children as students navigate their way through learning study skills and life-long strategies to help cope with ADHD. Because true healing requires you to focus on your emotional, educational, social, and even spiritual needs, in the back nonfiction section of this book, you will find a 4114U section written by a clinical psychologist and educators to help provide children (and parents) the tools they need to navigate through ADHD. Teen author, Garrett Ritchie, writes this story through an ADHD lens and has main character, Jack Winthrop, transports you into his world of ADHD. 11-year-old, Jack, takes you on his journey of homework struggles, managing his homework schedule, and attempts to meet the expectations of his parents and teachers. The author truly catapults you into Jack's everyday reality. Reviewed by Booklist as "A unique series for children, by children." See what doctors, educators, and parents have to say about BEEP being a beneficial and crucial reference tool to use with patients, students, and families. "BEEP provides a unique look at the perspective of a child with ADHD. It really allows you to understand what it feels like to maneuver through middle school with this additional challenge and the strength required to focus and succeed. Garrett Ritchie does an exceptional job of allowing readers to be inside the mind of a student with ADHD and experience the ups and downs of life through his eyes." -Lindsay Bullis, M.A. - 3rd grade teacher "BEEP takes a unique approach to the topics of ADHD and attention challenges by exploring them from the perspective of an adolescent. This thoughtful and entertaining story about a middle-schooler diagnosed with ADHD, helps readers relate to the daily experiences and struggles that many individuals with attention challenges face. BEEP is filled with practical information to help parents, teachers, therapists and other involved individuals support those struggling with concerns related to attention and focus. I highly recommend BEEP " -Donica Dohrenwend, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist PSY27969 "Offering kid-authored stories on tough topics like ADHD, divorce, bullying..., Reflections Publishing opens communication to assist families emotionally, socially, and spiritually. These books are not only fun to read. They're also filled with expert advice, tips, and tools on how to navigate life's most difficult challenges. Must-haves for every family's library, these books are treasures that children and parents can refer to again and again." -Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager (R) and Whale Done Parenting "BEEP provides a unique look into the perspective of a child with ADHD. The story really allows you to understand what it feels like to maneuver through middle school with this additional challenge and the strength that it takes to succeed." -Autumn Chandler, parent "The 4114U is an incredible resource..." -Renee DiToro, ACC, CPCC"