SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS
New in Paperback!
THE AD/HD BOOK
Answers to Parents’
Most Pressing Questions
BETH ANN HILL
with James van Haren, Ph.D.
In engaging question-and-answer format, this first resource will help readers:
understand the biological causes; get the
facts on prescription drugs; cope with
the emotional impact; and find comfort
in real-life examples.
Avery 224 pp. 1-58333-233-2 $14.95
Hope and Help for
Adults with ADHD
LENARD ADLER, M.D.
with Mari Florence
An important new book on an increasingly talked-about condition that affects
more than 8 million American adults,
filled with instructive stories of adults from
various walks of life who have learned to
manage their ADHD. “Whether you are a
professional or a layperson, this book will
give you all you need to know.”—Edward
Hallowell, M.D., coauthor of Driven to
Distraction, and author of CrazyBusy.
Putnam 208 pp. 0-399-15361-6 $24.95
LIFE IS SO GOOD
and RICHARD GLAUBMAN
In this remarkable book, 103-year-old
George Dawson, a slave’s grandson who
learned to read at age 98, reflects on his
life and offers valuable lessons in living
as well as a fresh, firsthand view of
America during the twentieth century.
“An astonishing and unforgettable
Penguin 288 pp. 0-14-100168-2 $14.00
New in Paperback!
A Mother’s Story of Solving
the Mystery of Her Unreachable,
Unteachable, Silent Son
CHERI L. FLORANCE, Ph.D.
and MARIN GAZZANIGA
“A brain scientist and speech patholo-gist by profession....Florance relates the
inspiring story of her struggle to communicate with and nurture her seemingly developmentally disabled son.
This fascinating chronicle offers hope
and underscores how much is still to be
discovered about the human brain.”
Perigee 288 pp. 0-399-53067-3 $15.95
A Mother and Son
Journey Through the
Labyrinth of Dyslexia
LISSA WEINSTEIN, Ph.D.
Incorporating the direct and honest
voice of her son, Weinstein presents an
intimate look at the child behind the
label of dyslexia and the mother who
was desperate to help him.
Perigee 240 pp. 0-399-53018-5 $14.95
Special Needs Backlist
Ronald D. Davis with Eldon M. Braun
THE GIFT OF LEARNING
New Methods for Correcting ADD/ADHD,
Math and Handwriting Problems
Perigee 288 pp. 0-399-52809-1 $14.95
THE GIFT OF DYSLEXIA
Why Some of the Smartest People
Can’t Read and How They Can Learn
Perigee 272 pp. 0-399-52293-X $14.95
David G. Fassler, M.D. and Lynne S. Dumas
“HELP ME, I’M SAD”
Recognizing, Treating, and Preventing
Childhood and Adolescent Depression
Penguin 224 pp. 0-14-026763-8 $14.00
Harold S. Koplewicz, M.D.
MORE THAN MOODY
Perigee 384 pp. 0-399-52912-8 $15.95
Dr. Linda Sapadin with Jack Maguire
IT’S ABOU T TIME!
The Six Styles of Procrastination
and How to Overcome Them
Penguin 272 pp. 0-14-024271-6 $10.00
Priscilla L. Vail
SMAR T KIDS WITH SCHOOL PROBLEMS
Things To Do and Ways to Help
Plume 256 pp. 0-452-26242-9 $15.00
Michael D. Whitely, Ph.D.
BRIGHT MINDS, POOR GRADES
Understanding and Motivating
Your Underachieving Child
Perigee 240 pp. 0-399-52705-2 $13.95
Janet E. Heininger, Ph.D.,
and Sharon K. Weiss, E.Ed.
FROM CHAOS TO CALM
Effective Parenting of
Challenging Children with ADHD
and Other Behavioral Problems
Foreword by Sam Goldstein, Ph.D.
Perigee 352 pp. 0-399-52661-7 $14.95
Judith Loseff Lavin
SPECIAL KIDS NEED SPECIAL PARENTS
A Resource for Parents of
Children with Special Needs
Berkley 304 pp. 0-425-17662-2 $13.95
Rondalyn Varney Whitney
BRIDGING THE GAP
Raising a Child with
Nonverbal Learning Disorder
Perigee 291 pp. 0-399-52755-9 $14.95