There are several Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) books for children with ADD. Following is a short list and summary of each. If your favorite book is not on the list, leave a comment below and suggest a book for future readers.

Young children

Cory Stories: A Kid's Book About Living With Adhd
Jeanne Kraus (Author), Whitney Martin (Illustrator)
Ages 4-8, 32 pages.

Cory describes life with ADHD and how it effects his relationships with his friends and family. He talks about his day at school and his interactions with others.

A Walk in the Rain with Brain
Edward Hallowell (Author), Bill Mayer (Illustrator)
Ages 4-8, 32 pages.

A Walk in the Rain with BrainLucy meets Fred, a brain, who is looking for his head. She wants to be smart so asks him to help. He helps her to see that each person's brain is unique and that everyone is uniquely smart.

Jumpin' Johnny Get Back to Work! : A Child's Guide to ADHD/Hyperactivity
Michael Gordon Ph.D. (Author)
Ages 4-8.

Johnny explains ADHD in a way that helps the child accept his diagnosis. Johnny also helps adults understand some of the concerns and challenges that children have about their own ADD.

Taking A.D.D. to School: A School Story About Attention Deficit Disorder And/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (Special Kids in School)
Kim Gosselin (Author)
Ages 4-8, 32 pages.

Taking ADD to SchoolBen struggles in school until he goes to the doctor and finds out he has ADD. He is given information and medication to help control his ADD.

Understanding My Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Kara T Tamanini (Author)
Ages 4-8, 28 pages.

Through the story of Tommy the child learns about ADD and is offered hope and encouragement that he will be able to get better with help.

Learning To Slow Down & Pay Attention: A Book for Kids About Adhd
Kathleen G. Nadeau (Author), Ellen B. Dixon (Author), Charles Beyl (Author)
Ages 4-8, 96 pages.

At 96 pages this book is intended for parents to help them understand the needs of the ADD child. It is also for the children, but not one they are going to read alone. The book is written from the child's point of view.

Older Children

Putting on the Brakes: Understanding and Taking Control of Your ADD or ADHD
Patricia O. Quinn (Author), Judith M. Stern (Author), Joe Lee (Illustrator)
Ages 9-12, 80 pages.

This book tells what ADHD is and suggests ways for the child to gain control of their life. It goes into much more detail about what ADD is and why the child needs to learn to put on the brakes for themselves.

The Adventures of Phoebe Flower: Stories of a Girl with ADHD
Barbara Roberts (Author)
Ages 9-12, 176 pages.

This is only the latest of a series of books written about Phoebe Flower, a girl with ADHD. There are at least 6 other books that I was able to find.

Attention, Girls!: A Guide to Learn All About Your Ad/Hd
Patricia O. Quinn (Author), Carl Pearce (Illustrator)
Ages 9-12, 112 pages.

This book talks to young girls about ADD/ADHD and how it affects them differently than it does boys. The reader is given different techniques for helping to control the symptoms of ADD. It is not a story book. Rather it is a gathering of topics that the child can read in order, or in the order of their choosing.

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I have also written a list of the 9 best attention deficit disorder books for adults.