If you are a parent who has a kid who is struggling, I highly recommend this book.
I think the biggest revelation this book taught me was that ADD and ADHD children (right-brained learners) see things as a series of pictures.
This book offers practical, useful information to help your child succeed in school and life.
Since this was a first read on the subject of right and left brained thinking and the differences in learning methods, I found it fascinating. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Linda Pollock
This book took quite a bit of time to read. It is very through and informative on the subject of "ADD".Published 1 month ago by lwedam
Using the ideas for teaching spelling and reading comprehension, I was able to increase my students ability to spell by almost 100%! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Julie Rosenberg
Wow - if you have a child who is a visual thinker, this book will help so much to understand their strengths and their struggles. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cathy Eads
My grandson age 7 was just diagnosed with ADD and has helped us understand where he is coming from.And able to relate to him morePublished 6 months ago by penni schneckloth
Recent researchers debunk the right brain/left brain theory, however a lot of the "visual learner" concepts make sense. Read morePublished 6 months ago by DMARSH
I wish I had come across this book a lot sooner, like when my son was in school. He is definitely right brained. This book should be in every school in America, probably the world.Published 7 months ago by Gods Diane