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Do you have trouble paying attention and being still? Do you feel like everyone is always mad at you? Drake knows how you feel. With some help he will learn how to control his impulses. A spaceship that can go warp speed is great, but only if you know how to make it slow down too!...

Title : My Warp Speed Mind
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ISBN : 9781612252186
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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My Warp Speed Mind Reviews

  • Phyllis Griggs
    2019-02-20 17:53

    Author and children's therapist Donalisa Helsley does it again! In her new release "My Warp Speed Mind" the author does an excellent job of explaining in a comical, entertaining way how children coping with ADHD view their world and the people around them and offers practical suggestions on how children can deal with it in a positive manner.The book is very well written and beautifully illustrated. A must have for children who have been diagnosed with ADHD as well as their parents and caregivers.

  • Jennelle Henderson
    2019-02-25 15:10

    Won a copy of this book through Goodreads. It arrived in warp speed and the back page was signed by the author. The book is well written and any kid (or adult) with ADD/ADHD should read this. It shows that they are not alone and written in the voice of a young buy who has had his share of struggles due to ADHD symptoms. After the story the book gives some suggestions for the kids (calm down exercises), parents, and teachers.

  • Mymcbooks
    2019-03-12 14:55

    My Review: The author has written a great book for children dealing with ADHD, not only for the child but their parents and teachers to understand how to control of their warp speed mind. Drake didn’t understand why he was always in trouble. He didn’t like school because the teachers were always telling him to keep still or to be quiet or put him on time out. He was finding it hard to pay attention in class making clown faces and ends up in the Principal’s office. Drake also got in trouble at home. It was time for his parents to find out what was really wrong with him. Drake was diagnosed with ADHD.Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been defined as “A problem of not being able to focus, being overactive, not being able control behavior, or a combination of these. For these problems to be diagnosed as ADHD, they must be out of the normal range for a person’s age and development.” The author gives some great suggestions for children, parents, and teachers. Fun exercises for calm children down and release those extra energy.•Breathing exercises•Do the shake and take a deep breath•Create a discipline system•Make praise specific•Create a schedule•Remember to be patient and consistentThe Warp Speed Mind story is fun and educational. The illustrations by Kalpart are colorful and bright which helps tell the story. The best part of this story is Drake realizing that ADHD is not the boss of him. He is the boss of his ADHD. A well written book and I recommend this to parents with children with ADHD.FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.

  • LAWonder10
    2019-03-11 11:44

    What an outstanding book! Donalisa has once again created a marvelous learning book for children, parents and instructors.Kalpart did an equally amazing job of effectuating Donalisa’s words with bright, colorful illustrations. What an incredible team!Have you ever known of anyone who act obnoxious in class or act out of control? Perhaps they suffer from ADHD. Perhaps they just do not know how to retrain themselves.This story is about Drake and how he struggles with his actions, which seems to annoy others and cause them to become angry. He gets just as upset and angry because he feels attacked by everyone.As he describes his thoughts and feelings, some may be able to relate and others feel a better understanding.This will assist anyone struggling with ADHD, plus enable children and adults to have more of an insight into this problem. There are also “pointers” on how to aid in coping with this for both child and adult.It is written in a colorful, fun way, yet, the main idea is implemented.I have someone very dear to me who struggles with ADHD every day. After reading this I am more informed than I was before.This book was generously donated to me by the author for an honest book review of which I have given.I earnestly recommend this to be read in every household with children, by parents and instructors of all types.

  • Michael Andrews
    2019-02-17 12:50

    Although I do not have a child myself, I was intrigued by how parents can help and cope a child with ADHD. I was a little unsure what to expect from the book, but was pleasantly surprised to find that it was aimed at teaching a child about ADHD and how to cope, while giving parents and other adults key indicators and exercises to help them.The tale about Drake and his experience was very informative with just the right amount of humour mixed in that it should keep your child's interest.A very worthwhile book for anyone who is affected by ADHD.

  • Tressa
    2019-03-12 11:45

    What a wonderful book!! My son who grew up with ADHD even read the book and said "Man, this was ME!!"

  • Stacie Wyatt
    2019-02-19 18:10

    I read My Warp Speed Mind, in exchange for honest review. The book was written by Donalisa Helsley and illustrated by Kalpart.This book is about a young boy with ADHD. I have a teenager with Autism and ADHD. He is always going, which is not good for me. He eats fast. He destroys things fast. He speaks fast. He doesn't have focus unless he is playing on a pc, playing on his tablet, or watching certain shows on tv. The rest of the shows, he flips through without second thought. You cant watch a full show or segment of a show with Brad controlling the remote. He has an exorbitant amount of energy. Even with ADHD meds, he still refuses to calm down except for when he sick or really sleepy. Brad was diagnosed with ADHD and Autism at the age of 1 years old.In the book, the young boy is on the go. Everyone doesn't understand why. The book goes through the before diagnosis, the diagnosis, and the after diagnosis.

  • Kendra
    2019-03-07 13:01

    I loved it get it now!5stars really good booklet PLS PLS PL plUs buy the book it's the best book sever yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah

  • Donalisa Helsley
    2019-03-17 14:51