Foreword Reviews

Journal of an ADHD Kid

The Good, the Bad, and the Useful

2014 INDIES Finalist
Finalist, Juvenile Nonfiction (Children's)

For kids with ADHD, reading Journal of an ADHD Kid is a chance to get to know themselves (and their diagnosis) much better! Toby relates his experiences coping with ADHD in an authentic kid's voice that is funny, exasperated, and proud. The book offers thought-provoking questions designed to help readers recognize how ADHD affects them and then ponder better ideas for handling difficult situations in their own lives. There's plenty of solid information and support for kids and teens.