ADHD Books for Parents

When you’re new to ADHD, it can be hard to know where to turn. These wonderful ADHD books for parents are a terrific place to start.

Also, as your child gets older, trying to understand their changing needs is just as important as well.

Be sure to read more of our informative parenting posts about ADHD!

You can find these ADHD books for parents at your local library or purchase through the affiliate links provided for your convenience.

ADHD Books for Parents! Help your child of all ages with managing their ADHD | Mommy Evolution

ADHD Parenting Books

When I found out my kiddo has severe ADHD, many of these books have helped me begin to understand what my child was facing.

But I also understand that this is an ongoing education for me… when I seem to figure out one thing my son’s needs change and I have to adjust tactics.

These books have helped me keep my sanity.

To help you find the right book, I’ve broken these recommended books into several categories:

  • Parenting ADHD
  • ADHD Organization
  • ADHD & School
  • Further Reading

I have three must-have ADHD books for parents every parent should have in their library… they include:

ADHD Books for Parents



Love these ADHD Books for Parents? Try these wonderful children’s books about ADHD to help your child understand their ADHD and start helping themselves!

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    1. I homeschool, and though I don’t have a super active middle child (age 15), he has such a hard time keeping up with the pace! I may have to check out one of these books that addresses that. 🙂 This would be a wonderful resource to share at the linkup, Literacy Musing Mondays!

    2. Thank you for this informative list.

      I think the fact that things shift may be most challenging for me. I feel like once I come up with something helpful, suddenly we are facing different challenges.

      Sometimes I feel like giving up.

      Some of these are new to me and look truly helpful.

      Thanks and love,
      Full Spectrum Mama

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