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by Jeanne Kraus,Whitney Martin

eBook Cory Stories: A Kid's Book about Living with ADHD download ISBN: 1591471540
Author: Jeanne Kraus,Whitney Martin
Publisher: Magination Press; 1 edition (June 16, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1953 kb
Fb2: 1626 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: mbr lit txt docx
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Cory Stories: A Kid's Bo. .has been added to your Cart. Love the story line, and the parenting tips in the book of the book, but the story itself is lengthy and it’s hard to keep a kid with ADHD to focus that long. One person found this helpful.

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Cory Stories offers age-appropriate introductions to ADHD treatments like medication, counseling, and behavior modifications. If your child has difficulty coming to terms with his ADHD or his treatment plan, this is a great book to help him understand he isn't alone.

Cory Stories: A Kid's Book about Living with ADHD Author: Jeanne Kraus. Summary: This book is a good way to introduce and talk about scary things or fear with young children who are just learning to read. Keywords: ADHD, School, Family, Treatment. She describes her feelings and thoughts as she lived through her adolescence. Audience: Young adolescent, Adolescent, Adult. It gives examples of things you can be scared about, as well as some general ideas on how to feel better when you're scared. Audience: Young Children.

Jeanne Kraus, Whitney Martin. In short statements and vignettes, Cory describes what it's like to have ADHD: how it affects his relationships with friends and family, his school performance, and his overall functioning

Jeanne Kraus, Whitney Martin. In short statements and vignettes, Cory describes what it's like to have ADHD: how it affects his relationships with friends and family, his school performance, and his overall functioning. He also describes many ways of coping with ADHD: medication, therapy/counseling, and practical tips for school, home, and friendships.

Illustrated by Whitney Martin. Jeanne Kraus is an educational specialist with expertise in ADHD. She has served on educational task forces and developed presentations on ADHD awareness. A frequent speaker at conferences and workshops, she presents on such topics as organizational and study skills, parenting, and classroom management tips and instructional strategies for teachers.

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In short statements and vignettes, Cory describes what it's like to have ADHD: how it affects his relationships with friends and family, his school performance, and his overall functioning.

Cory Stories is a great book for ADHD children to read. 7 of 11. Cory Stories: A Kid’s Book About Living with ADHD, by Jeanne Kraus. In short stories and poems, he describes how it affects his day-to-day life, his relationships, and his schoolwork. Cory Stories offers age-appropriate introductions to ADHD treatments like medication, counseling, and behavior modifications. If your child has difficulty coming to terms with his ADHD or his treatment plan, this is a great book to help him understand he isn’t alone.

In short statements and vignettes, Cory describes what it's like to have ADHD: how it affects his relationships with friends and family, his school performance, and his overall functioning. He also describes many ways of coping with ADHD: medication, therapy/counseling, and practical tips for school, home, and friendships.
Comments: (7)
Whitebinder
I wanted a good book for my 2nd grade son--to explain what we suspected may become an ADHD diagnosis just before we went to the doctor. It didn't suit our needs at all--because it's very focused on issues like not being able to sit still in class, having trouble making friends because of being impulsive and not being patient.

My son has the other type--Inattentive ADD. He's very chill and calm, but he daydreams constantly. He can't pay attention--head is in the clouds always. We found the book "Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention" suited our needs much better. Its full of checklists, which divide out what type you may be dealing with.
Saberdragon
It's an ok book. I have it a four star becaus witness felt as if the book was written by a person who went to school for child psychology -vs- a parent of an ADHD child. It lacked the warmth that a parent would have and their desire to lift their ADHD child up. It's not a bad book; just not exactly what I wanted to pour into my child who daily gets the negetive reenforcement from a world they don't fit in to.
Doktilar
My son says Cory is just like him and thanked me for buying him the book. I had left it out for him to discover in the morning and he noticed it and read it through right away, so the cover must look appealing as well, especially as he isn't normally big on reading. The book really helped him feel better about himself and see that there are lots of other kids like him. He also said he didn't know some of the things mentioned would be caused by ADHD and was very pleased that Cory had so many characteristics in common with him. Actually, when I read through I kept thinking how eerie it was how similar this fictional kid is to mine, almost an exact copy!

My son is 8.
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Our 10 years old was recently diagnosed, we read this book together and discussed where he was like the boy and where he had different experiences. I love that the book discusses solutions, it is not only about "this is hard for me" but more about "if I do it this way, I can succeed"
Otiel
After my 7 year old son told me for the "gazillionth" time how much he really liked this book, I felt I had to write a review. He was diagnosed with ADHD within the last month of his first grade year. By then he was also struggling with low self-esteem, only a few loyal friends, continuous confusion about the sheer number of social rules and a general antipathy towards authority figures (namely parents and teachers). We read this book to him because we felt it helped to explain his ADHD in a way that we could not articulate. I was surprised when he told me how much he liked "Corey", because Corey was just like him. He began asking us to read it to him every night. I believe that the kid's level descriptions of his behavior helped him to understand his diagnosis. It has helped him to articulate his feelings, moods and describe his behaviors during the day. I am most thankful that he no longer exclusively responds with "nothing", when I ask how his day went. At times he just flips through the book, then he comes over to talk. I searched through a number of books and found this one matter of fact, without a sugary positive nor negative tone. It works for my family and I need to find more like it.
Questanthr
Love the story line, and the parenting tips in the book of the book, but the story itself is lengthy and it’s hard to keep a kid with ADHD to focus that long
Samutilar
My nephew has ADHD and found this very relateable. Also, helps grown ups in that you can be more empathetic and patient.
Love love love this
My son is adhd I read the book to him and it elicited question about how he acts and feels