Do everyday tasks bore you? Do you find it hard to focus? You are not alone This story about a girl with ADHD, written in a humorous style, will help you tackle the most mundane tasks head-on.
Pffft. Why would you read this book? It's REALLY BORING. It's about BORING chores you have to do every day. Brush your teeth, make your bed, put your toys away . . . Nope, not fun at all. Or is it?
A funny story about ADHD, imagination, and super boring everyday tasks. For children ages 4 years and up.
Part of the Healthy Minds series, where Adam Ciccio examines daily obstacles and the mental health of young children. Through a familiar story and helpful tips, which the author draws from his own experiences as an outpatient mental health practitioner, children and adults gain insight into what goes on in young minds and are given tools to help them cope with difficult situations.
Adam Ciccio was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He was raised in Savannah, Georgia, and attended high school at St. Andrew's School on Wilmington Island, ga. He graduated with a bachelor of arts in English from the University of New Hampshire (Durham, nh) in 2006 and with a master of science in psychological counseling at Salem State University (Salem, ma) in 2012. Adam owns an outpatient mental health practice for children and adults in Marblehead, Massachusetts, the same town in which he currently resides. He's the author of several picture books that focus on developmental growth and self-confidence during early childhood. Barbara Bongini was born in Milan, Italy. From an early age, she knew she wanted to be an artist. She attended an arts high school and later studied illustration at the European Institute of Design. After graduation, she pursued a career in children's publishing, illustrating books for U.S. and Italian publishing houses. She also has experience in advertising, animation, interactive book design, and has even created an album on modern art for children. When she isn't busy illustrating, Barbara loves spending time with her two kids, going to bookstores, and building her own illustrated books library.