The wish most commonly expressed by children with ADHD is to have more friends. With full-color illustrations on every page, this captivating book is intended to be read by or to the young reader. The children in the story learn to share toys with each other peaceably after experiencing the frustration of failing to take turns and being selfish toward each other. Following the story, a series of pictures invites the reader to tell a story about sharing their toys and property. A special section for adults gives discussion questions and suggestions for guiding a child to talk about taking turns and sharing during play. In addition to its obvious use in a family setting, this book’s hardbound binding and sturdy paper pages render it ideal for frequent use, as in a school library or professional office.
Author: Sue Graves