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Edward M Hallowell and John R Ratey
Driven to Distraction (Touchstone 1995)
Recognizing and coping with ADD from childhood through adulthood. An American book, which has rightly been in print for a decade and a half. Recommended by a parent whose child was diagnosed with ADD.

Mel Levine
The Myth of Laziness (Simon and Schuster, 2003)
Outlines neurodevelopmental problems that get in the way of planning, producing and following through. Based on case studies, it gives practical ways to support children with problems.

David Lewis
Helping Your Anxious Child (Vermilion 2002)
Lots of good ideas about helping in stressful situations, including exams.

Helen Likierman and Valerie Muter
A Parent’s Guide to Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and other Learning Difficulties (Vermilion 2008)
A book by two UK educational psychologists – useful for all kinds of learning problems.