The Rainbow Brain is an inspiring and colourful children's book that is the first of its kind to describe what it's like to be both autistic and ADHD. It is a neuro-affirming introduction to identity, designed to encourage children to explore and celebrate their uniqueness whilst understanding their accommodations.
Filled with delightful illustrations and a vibrant colour palette, this book is sure to make a lasting impression on young readers, making it an invaluable resource for any family and educator.
Here's what our young readers had to say:
T, aged 12, - "This book is very relatable and true. So nice that someone in the world could explain what it's like to be me. It's amazing".
J, aged 8, - "I think that most of this book is true, because my brain works really fast and I don't like loud noises. It helps my teachers know that I can't sit for two hours in a chair at one time. It's telling me a lot about my AuADHD that I did not know about. Thank you for making this book. I think it will help a lot of kids to learn about AuADHD".
I, 11 years: I loved this book. I could really relate to a lot of the examples
O, 8 years: I loved this as much as The Brain Forest. It was like reading a book about me!!
W, 5 years: "That's my brain?!?! It's so cool!"
B, 6 years: I have a rainbow brain, and I think you do too Mummy!
and loved by parents and professionals too -
Hayley, educator and psychologist : Sandhya's books transcend age brackets; this book could find itself easily sitting in a kindergarten room or on a parent's side table. The information is clear, the advice inclusive, and above all else, it supports the world to see the perspective of our AuADHDers through a strengths-based lens.
Recommended age range: 6 to 10 year
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