A Little Girl Navigates Her Day to Day Life with ADHD
This little girl invites you into her ADHD mind to help understand her thoughts, feelings and emotions. She also shares how these struggles can also be turned into strengths as she learns and grows. She shares strategies that she uses to help herself navigate day to day life with ADHD. She ends with the hope of a bright future and assurance in knowing others are not alone in how they think and feel!
From thinking fast to thinking slow, from feeling high to feeling low; this busy child wishes adults could see inside her head.
Based on the author’s personal experience with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, “Hi, It’s Me” (side note: you could use italics for the title instead of quotes!) shares the thoughts, feelings, emotions, and experiences of a child dealing with the many challenges of ADHD.
Offering insight into the world of ADHD and presenting a list of tips and a printable coloring/journal pages; this rhyming picture book helps children struggling with ADHD feel empowered. It lets kids know that the diagnosis does NOT define them and that there are so many gifts beneath the diagnosis. It communicates that they can find peace knowing they’re not alone in how they think and feel.