Phoebe Flower's Adventures: That's What Kids Are For By Barbara Roberts
This first book is about Phoebe's struggle to be accepted for who she is. Children with ADD/ADHD can relate to the behaviours of Phoebe and can learn that they can be accepted for whom they are and that they can learn to overcome a lot of the problems of they face with support from help from their parents and from schools.
Phoebe Flower's Adventures: Pheobe's Lost Treasure By Barbara Roberts
Described as a female Huckelberry Finn Phoebe has many adventures. In his second book Phoebe loses some treasure, she has the hunt for this and during the hunt she finds out more about herself and learns that the treasury she is hunting for is not as valuable as she thought. With her friend Robbie she has many everyday adventures which all children can relate to.
Young people of this age want to become more independent and therefore this book which can be picked up and looked at at any time is ideal, straightforward and gives the information the young person is looking for at that time.
Phoebe Flower's Adventures: Phoebe's Best Friend By Barbara Roberts
In this third book the adventures continue and Phoebe learns more of the challenges of growing up. Her impulsive and distractible behaviour land her in trouble at school and her parents decide that she needs a little help to get back on track. She gets very worried when and parents talk about ADD but feels a lot better when her mum explains she had similar problems as a child. She learns how to resolve their conflicts with her best friend who has been there for her all that time.
Phoebe Flower's Adventures: Phoebe's Tree House Secrets By Barbara Roberts
The last book about Phoebe's adventures is design for girls aged 7 to 10 years who have either been diagnosed with or may have ADD/ADHD. The book provides support and helps them to realise not alone. This last book looks at Phoebe's positive traits and had generous nature, looking at the positive affects of a proper diagnosis and treatment programmes which are individually geared to each child.
This whole series of books can be used separately or altogether to help children learn more about themselves at a young age.
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