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ADHD in HD: Brains Gone Wild

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Jonathan Chesner

  • ADHD in HD
  • ADHD in HD
    Inspiring, upbeat, and fun this book gives the unique perspective that ADHD isn’t all bad: it can actually be a blessing in disguise.

160 pages
Age Range: 13+
ISBN: 9781575423869

From an early age, actor Jonathan Chesner knew he had the kind of brain that would wear a Hawaiian shirt, bright red pants, and cool painted shoes to a wedding while most other people’s brains would wear three-piece suits. He also knew that if he learned how to manage the difficulties of ADHD and harness its awesome powers, he would help other “special brains” by sharing this knowledge in a book to slay all other books.

This is that book. ADHD in HD: Brains Gone Wild is a kinetic collection of frank personal stories of failure and success, hilarious anecdotes, wild ideas, and blunt advice that will resonate with teens and young adults. While most ADHD books are written to parents and educators, this is written to hold the attention of the teen and young adult reader with ADHD: more than 60 short essays, relevant topics, wacky illustrations—all stamped with Jonathan’s irresistible humour.

The book addresses the four main characteristics of ADHD: hyperactivity, impulsivity, inattention, and indecisiveness. It provides positive advice about school, family life, social life, dating, careers, medicine, and how to be like Mr. T—even if you don’t have a Mohawk, lots of gold chains, or huge muscles.

Jonathan Chesner’s ADHD in HD is inspiring, upbeat, and fun and gives the unique perspective that ADHD isn’t all bad—it can actually be a blessing in disguise.

"Chesner’s creativity, wit, and accomplishments in life seen throughout this book are an inspiration to anyone diagnosed with a ‘disorder’ . . . and seeing through the lens of ADHD can be a beautiful way to experience life."
- Shayne McIntyre, host of Fuel TV’s On Surfari

"I can’t imagine a cooler book on ADHD coming along anytime soon . . . [it] will appeal to teens who wouldn’t touch a book with a 10-foot pole."
- ADDitude