A Dr. Spot Casebook Zak Has ADHD by Jenny Leigh
  

Synopsis

A Dr. Spot Casebook Zak Has ADHD by Jenny Leigh

Zak the Zebra has trouble paying attention and fidgets a lot, especially when he goes on a school trip with the rest of his class to a local art gallery. Dr Spot suspects ADHD, and shows young Zak how to control his symptoms. The Dr Spot's Casebook series of children's picture books uses stories featuring young animals to teach children (and their families and friends) about common childhood problems, illnesses and conditions. The stories describe symptoms, and explain what can be done to alleviate or cure them. Special parents' pages at the back of each book tell parents what they can do themselves, and, in the case of medical problems, give advice on when to call in a doctor for further treatment. Features: aimed at 3 - 7 yr olds; appeals to all children, well and ill; experienced author; great stories and illustrations; information and advice for parents. It is a large and a growing series.

About the Author

Jenny Leigh works in the healthcare communications business in London. She is a gifted story-teller and believes passionately in the power of stories to help children cope with illnesses and difficult social and personal issues.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Jenny Leigh
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Publisher

Red Kite Books an imprint of Haldane Mason Ltd

Publication date

1st May 2005

ISBN

9781902463889


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