Item description for Michael's Mom: A Road Warrior Without a Map by Terry Elizabeth Nolan...
Pack your bag, grab your map, and start your journey with author Terry Nolan as she and her family travel West searching for adventure in wide open spaces and a release from the stronghold that ADD can impose on a family's life. In her compelling book, Terry shares her attempts to reach and teach her two ADD children through travel to all fifty states, travel and life experiences being the best educator. Thinking and living life outside the box so critical for managing daily life with ADD. There is hope And this book is sure to inspire readers of all ages impacted by ADD or not. Perhaps the mayhem and surprises of road warrior travel will encourage your own road trip
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.22" Width: 4.92" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.48 lbs.
Release Date Jan 16, 2007
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598863681 ISBN13 9781598863680
Reviews - What do customers think about Michael's Mom: A Road Warrior Without a Map?
Michael's Mom Dec 10, 2006
A well written travel log of a cross country trip with Mother and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) teenage son. The journey takes him out of the classroom and societal expectations to face life outside the box. Michael sets a goal to see 50 states over his two summer vacations and the reader travels along for the adventures and misadventures. The book is emotionally gripping as Mother and Son struggle to sort out lifes lessons and perceptions of a child with ADD. The book is clear, fast reading, and full of interesting travel tips for anyone who wants to cross this beautiful country and allow Gods gifts to enter the soul.
A Wonderful Journey..... Dec 8, 2006
This books is heartwarming and courageous. A beautiful true story about a family's struggles and triumph over ADD. It takes you along on a journey and allows the reader to fully understand the daily struggles for parents and kids alike. It also gives every reader insight into the beauty of all people despite their differences. A must read for any parent. Will certainly shed new light on children who face the challenge of ADD in their lives. Beautifully written by a wonderful mother who cares for her young son.
This book will inspire all parents! Dec 7, 2006
This was a great book because it really speaks to all parents with children. ADD or not--raising our child to be who they truly are is a challenge for all us. I applaud Terry's honesty and openess about her personal journey. We can all learn from her courage to really look deep inside and finding her way as a mother and a woman. Thank you for sharing your journey with all of us!