Whether you have A.D.D., A.D.H.D., know someone with A.D.D., or have heard all the opinions regarding its authenticity, the only way to truly understand the disorder—to see beyond the person’s supposed inabilities—is to see the conditions through the eyes of someone who constantly struggles to make it through each day with his or her self-esteem in tact. An open-minded person will try to see the other side of A.D.D.: the positive side, the wonderful potential hidden behind the anger. A.D.D. and Me, written from a child’s viewpoint, introduces the reader to joyful energy, creative genius and the gentleness that is often veiled by sullenness brought on by continual rejections and misguided advice. Can a child with A.D.D. grow up to become a productive, successful adult with structured work ethics, capable of making a beneficial contribution to society? Read A.D.D. and Me, a rhyme in scrapbook format, and discover the delightful answer for yourself.