Krueger T. (2001).  Taking Tourette Syndrome to School. Jayjo Books.
Buehrens A. (1991). Hi, Im Adam: a Child's Book about Tourette Syndrome. Duarte, CA: Hope Press.
Buehrens A, Buehrens C. (1991). Adam and the Magic Marble. Duarte, CA: Hope Press.
Gutman B. (1996). Jim EisenreichOvercoming the Odds. Austin, TX: Raintree Steck-Vaughn Publishers.
Video: You've Got a Friend (Danya International).


Carpenter P, Ford M, Horjus P. (2000). Sparky's Excellent Misadventures: My A.D.D. Journal. Magination.

Gordon M. (1992). I Would If I Could: A Teenagers Guide ADHD/Hyperactivity. Gsi.

Gordon M. (1991). Jumpin' Johnny Get Back to Work!: A Child's Guide to ADHD/Hyperactivity. Gsi.

Ingersoll BD. (1995). Distant Drums, Different Drummers. Cape Pub.

Moss DM, Schwartz C. (1989). Shelley, the Hyperactive Turtle (Special Needs Collection). Woodbine House.

Nadeau KG. (1998). Help4Add High School. Advantage Books.

Nadeau KG, Dixon EB, Rose J. (1997). Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention: A Book for Kids About ADD (2nd edition). Magination.

Quinn P, Stern JM, Chesworth M. (1992). Putting on the Brakes: Young People's Guide to Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Magination.

Quinn T. (1999). ADHD Eddie, Intergalactic Ladies' Man!: the Demented Diary of an ADHD Kid. Dunvegan Pub.

Weiner E, Ravanelli T, Gasselin K. (1999). Taking A.D.D. to School: A School Story About Attention Deficit Disorder And/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (Special Kids in School). JayJo Books.



James E, James C, Barkin C. (1998). How to Be School Smart: Super Study Skills. Beech Tree Books.

Luckie WR. (1997). Study Power: Study Skills to Improve Your Learning and Your Grades. Brookline Books. There is also a companion workbook.

Morgentern J, Morgenster-Colon, J (2002). Organizing from the Inside Out for Teens. NY: Henry Holt & Company.

Nathan A, Green A. (1996). Surviving Homework: Tips from Teens. Millbrook Pr.

Nathan A, Green A. (1998) Surviving Homework: Tips that Really Work! Millbrook Press Trade.

Frender G. (1990).  Learning to Learn: Strengthening Study Skills and Brain Power. Incentive Pub.

Video: Study Strategies Made Easy Video - A Practical Plan for School Success Grades 6-12.



Faherty C, Mesibov GB. (2000). What Does It Mean to Me? Future Horizons.
Gerland G: Finding Out About Asperger Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, and PFD.
Schnurr RG, Strachan J. (1999). Asperger's Huh? A Child's Perspective. Anisor Pub.


Video: "Day for Night: Recognizing Teenage Depression."

Anglada, T (2001). Brandon and the Bipolar Bear. You can order it online only. Recommended by a site visitor.


Foster CH, Chase EA. (1994). Polly's Magic Games: a Child's View of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Ellsworth, Me.: Dilligaf.

Moritz K, Jablonsky J: Blink, Blink, Clop, Clop: Why Do We Do Things We Can't Stop? NJ: Childswork/Childsplay, 1998. (link is to Childswork; click on "products," then "sort by media," then "books," then "books for children.").

Wagner AP, Jutton P. (2000). Up and Down the Worry Hill: A children's book about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and its treatment. Lighthouse Press.

Video: "The Touching Tree."


Fisher GL, Cummings R. (1990). The Survival Guide for Kids With LD: Learning Differences. Free Spirit.

Kersjes, M. (2002) A Smile as Big as the Moon. St. Martin's Press. Recommended by a site visitor.

Levine M. (1993). All Kinds of Minds: A Young Student's Book about Learning Abilities and Learning Disorders. Educator's Publishing Service.

Stern JM, Ben-Ami U. (1996). Many Ways to Learn: Young People's Guide to Learning Disablities. Magination.

Arnold E, Farber D. (2001). Brilliant Brain Banishes Boredom (MI Strategies for Kids series). Zephyr Press. [Note: "MI" stands for "multiple intelligences."]


There are many, many books and videos on the market, and I've tried to pull together a few resources for site visitors.

If you are a teacher and have a book or video to recommend to other teachers, please e-mail me and let me know, so I can add it to this page.


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