ABOUT THE BOOK:
Meet eight-year-old Malory. Malory has a learning difference, but that doesn’t stop her from enjoying her life. Whenever she is feeling blue, her mother and father remind her of the list of the ones who love her. Ms. Julie, her art teacher, understands how it feels to be a little different. She was born with autism. Ms. Julie encourages Malory to express herself through art.
Where can I purchase these?
Books are available for purchase in the following formats at the links below:
ADHD AND ME: CLASSROOM EDITION: Click here for hardcover.
A special CLASSROOM EDITION of ADHD and Me is now available on Lulu Bookstore. This NEW RELEASE special edition of ADHD and Me is designed to be used by educators between K-3rd grade. This book is fully equipped with questions and discussion points to help educator’s and their student’s establish healthy boundaries, boost self-esteem, identify support systems, and discover creative outlets.
ADHD AND ME also has a FREE DOWNLOADABLE LESSON PLAN for educators of grades K-3rd, that corresponds with the story. (Available on my website.) These interactive lesson plans include homework, games, questions, social projects, and much more! These plans were created to help inspire positive emotional stimulation, social engagement, creative thinking, and group as well as individual problem-solving for students, and is designed to be used in a classroom setting. So, what are you waiting for? Download your free lesson plans today!
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Reviews from Readers
The Making of Malory
Behind the story of ADHD AND ME.
ADHD AND ME was a project inspired by personal experience. Growing up with ADHD, I faced many challenges like that of Malory. As I grew over the years, I read many books about ADHD. But, I came across two problems. 1. Most of the books were written for adults, not children. And 2. Most of the books involving ADHD were focused on boys. I wanted to see a book that spoke directly to a child while showcasing ADHD from their perspective. And I wanted it to be told from a girl.
Having the experience and passion for the topic, writing the story was a no brainer. I loved sharing Malory with others. I wanted her to be an inspiration. I wanted her to make kids see themselves and say, “Hey, I feel that way!” “Hey, I think that too!” And more than anything… I wanted them to know that they were just as important, intelligent, and wonderful as everyone else.
It has been my greatest joy hearing positive feedback from readers who express sentiments like, “I teared up, because this exactly describes what my son/daughter goes through.” To know that my story could help someone else to feel seen, understood, accepted, is a priceless feeling that no amount of words can fully express.
I hope you enjoy the story of Malory. And if you do, please share your review! Each review helps another person to discover something new. Every. Voice. Counts. Use yours!
About ADHD AND ME:
Malory is eight years old and she has ADHD. Throughout the story, she shares her observations of others around her while navigating her own feelings. At the end of the book, there is a learning guide for parents and educators that goes into detail on how to create a healthy support system, boost your child’s self-esteem, open up communication, and provide healthy creative outlets. ADHD and Me also has a FREE coinciding lesson plan designed for ages 5-8, made available for download to educators grades K-3rd grade on my website WWW.CHELSEASWORLDOFBOOKS.COM.
This curriculum includes homework, social experiments, interactive games, and much more! It is designed to help educate and inspire positive emotional stimulation, social engagement, creative thinking, and problem-solving in a classroom setting.