Another big thank you to Lorilyn Roberts, author and founder of the John 3:16 Marketing Network for her review of David’s ADHD! (See yesterday’s post for her review of the Peter and the Whimper-Whineys Coloring Book!)
“David’s ADHD by Sherill S. Cannon is an excellent read for kids who struggle with ADHD. I learned more about ADHD in this delightful kids’ picture book and how to help families cope than I thought possible. Most importantly, it’s written so that children can understand the challenges and develop useful strategies for impatience, frustration, and out-of-control impulses.
I believe David’s ADHD would be a great encouragement for everybody involved with ADHD, and it would give me hope that I could make my own child’s life better if I had a son or daughter who struggled with it.
Particular elements of David’s ADHD that I liked included:
The rhyming lines, which make it fun for adults to read to their children.
The colorful and warm drawings
The book follows a three-act set-up: the problem, the journey, and the resolution.
David’s ADHD is timely and relevant.
Elementary school children would be able to read David’s ADHD.
Although I’ve personally not had to deal with ADHD, I have friends who have, and David’s ADHD has given me more empathy for how ADHD affects families and encouraging ways to approach the issue with beneficial outcomes.”