Top 5 ADHD Books – Review by ADHD in Children Support
The book ‘How NOT to Murder your ADHD kid – Instead Learn how to be your own child’s ADHD Coach’ has received many great reviews and has become a top seller. There is nothing better than hearing how the book is helping parents across the UK, as well as overseas. Additionally, it is lovely to receive positive reviews from those that specialise in ADHD, such as ADHD therapists, doctors and media. Together, we are all helping make a difference within the ADHD community.
Overview: Review of Top Recommended ADHD Books
Here you can read about the books that came out top with parents who gave their feedback. Furthermore, ADHD in Children Support have written an overview of the books. As well as listing some of the quotes which they found particularly helpful.
Of the top five books, Victoria has picked ‘How NOT to Murder your ADHD kid – Instead Learn how to be your own child’s ADHD Coach’ as her favourite, primarily because of the humour.
Comments by Victoria Page
Personally, this is my favourite so far. I think it’s brilliant. Probably because I like humour to get through my day and this has loads of that. The insight that she has from having ADHD herself really helps to put the points across. This is my new go-to book for sure.
Other feedback I received has also given high praise to this book and said how much this book has helped them recognise the signs and symptoms of ADHD in them. It is genetic after all.
At the back of the book, there are many more testimonials from so many other readers. The age range of the children discussed here is between 10 and 37 years old (Not including adults who are reading this for themselves to help with their diagnosis including a lady of 62!).