A Hodgepodge of Selected Reading
• Kathy Kuhl. Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner. Learn Differently, 2009.* Available
from learndifferently.com and Amazon.
• Paul Tripp. Age of Opportunity: A Biblical Guide to Parenting Teens. Phillipsburg, NJ:
Presbyterian & Reformed, 2001. Don’t wait until your child is a teen to read it.
• Edward T. Welch. Running Scared: Fear, Worry, & the God of Rest. New Growth, 2007.
Wise help for dealing with fear and anxiety.
• Joyce Herzog. Learning in Spite of Labels. JoyceHerzog.info.1994.
• Carol Barnier. The Big What Now Book of Learning Styles*. Emerald, 2009, and
How to Get Your Child Off the Refrigerator and Onto Learning*. Emerald, 2000.
• Melinda Boring. Heads Up Helping! Teaching Tips and Techniques for Working with ADD,
ADHD, and Other Children with Challenges.* Victoria: Trafford, 2002.
• Temple Grandin, Ph.D., and Kate Duffy. Developing Talents. Shawnee Mission, Kansas:
Autism Asperger Publishing, 2004.
• Sam Goldstein, Ph.D., & Nancy Mather, Ph.D., “Self-Esteem,” with Robert Brooks, Ph.D.,
chapter 5 of Overcoming Underachieving. New York: Wiley and Sons, 1998.
• Barbara Ingersoll, Ph.D., and Sam Goldstein, Ph.D. Lonely, Sad, and Angry. Plantation,
Florida: Specialty Press, 2001.
• Richard Lavoie. It’s So Much Work to Be Your Friend, 2005, and The Motivation
Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning on the Tuned-Out Child, 2007. Touchstone.
• Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D. Taking Charge of ADHD: The Complete, Authoritative Guide for
Parents. New York: Guilford, 2000.
• Wayne Rice. Enjoy Your Middle Schooler. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1994.
• These three Clean n’ Flip books help you train your child to do chores: Zone Cleaning for
Kids,* Bedroom Cleaning for Kids,* Laundry for Kids*. Trigger Memory Systems.
• Todd Wilson. Official Book of Homeschooling Cartoons. www.familymanweb.comEncouraging Your Child by Kathy Kuhl
http://learndifferently.com/– Kathy Kuhl’s website. Articles, handouts, book reviews for
parents of children with learning challenges.
Sarah Hamaker. “Raising and Average Jane or Joe.” When the world says fame and
success are everything. http://www.crosswalk.com/family/parenting/kids/raising-averagejanes-and-joes.html?ps=0
http://sizzlebop.com/—Carol Barnier’s website “Where Highly Distractible People are
Celebrated, Encouraged & Empowered.”
http://www.headsupnow.com/- Melinda Boring’s website, “providing expert information
and products for special needs children.”
Several good articles on HEAV.org website, including Cathy Steere’s “Kick Off Your
Running Shoes,” Stop comparing your child to other children. Find this article under
“Struggling Learners” at http://www.heav.org/resources/articles/index.html
http://www.ldonline.org/ Best website on learning disabilities & attention deficit disorder
http://paultrippministries.org/ Paul Tripp has written many wise, helpful books. Don’t
miss an opportunity to hear him speak.
http://www.familymanweb.com/ Todd Wilson is a funny, wise encourager.
Hope deferred makes the heart sick. Proverbs 13:12.
An anxious heart weighs a man down, but a kind word cheers him up. Proverbs 12: 25
A bruised reed he will not break, and a faintly burning wick he will not quench. Is. 42:3
A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones. Proverbs 17:22
The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands
the foolish one tears hers down. Proverbs 14: 1
By perseverance the snail reached the ark. ~ C.H. Spurgeon
©Kathy Kuhl 2011. Excerpted from Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, 2009.
E-mail Kathy@Learn Differently. *Starred books available at her booth.