My Children’s Book: Hadie & Adah

Yesterday was an exciting day: my children’s book finally went live on Amazon!

Hadie & Adah is a story about two very special friends! Both girls have ADHD and they use their awesome brains to achieve amazing things! Written by a proud ADHDer, this colourful story shows the joy in embracing individuality and neurodiversity!

Creative writing and drawing have been two passions of mine since I was old enough to remember and Hadie & Adah is my contribution to the world of ADHD awareness. Although targeted at young girls (many of whom have different symptoms from boys with ADHD), this book is suitable for all ages as it simplifies the positives of living with an ADHD brain.

Hadie, who has combined ADHD (slightly more hyperactive/impulsive than inattentive) and Adah, who as inattentive ADHD, are best friends and spend their time together exploring their imaginations, saving wildlife and making doughnuts! The pictures in this book are the main feature, drawn to show the amazing colour and vibrance in the ADHD mind. Although ADHD can make life difficult to manage at times, this story aims to highlight the positives of living with a unique brain.

I really hope you will take a look at this book and, hopefully, buy it.

All profits made from the sale of this book will be donated to The ADHD Foundation.

Published by Chestnut ADHD

Hello, I’m Annabel and my mind is like a galaxy. Diagnosed with ADHD during lockdown, since then I have made it my mission to inspire other ADHDers to see the positives of living with a ‘galaxy brain’ and educate people about what it is like living with ADHD. I run my own tutoring and coaching business, helping many children with ADHD and dyslexia, and have always been an avid amateur writer and artist. Recently, I have written a children’s book which highlights the positives of ADHD: ‘Hadie & Adah’ and I will continue to promote my drawings and blog posts – focusing on positivity and creativity – in future. I truly am proud of my galaxy mind!

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