Recommended Reading

Amen, Daniel, M.D.  Making a Good Brain Great.  NY:  Harmony Books.  2005.

Bradley, Michael.  Yes, Your Teen Is Crazy!  WA:  Harbor Press.  2002.

Brown, Stuart. M.D. and Christopher Vaughan.  Play How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination and Invigorates the Soul.  New York:  Penguin Group.  2009.

Carr, Nicholas.  The Shallows What the Internet is Doing to our Brains.  New York:  Norton. &  Co.   2010

Davis, Devra.  Disconnect:  The Truth About Cell Phone Radiation.  NY:  Dutton Adult.  2010.

Dennison, Paul E. and Gail E. Dennison.  Brain Gym. Teacher’s Edition.   California:  Edu-Kinesthetics Inc.  2010.

Hannaford, Carla.  Smart Moves.  Why Learning Is Not All In Your Head.  Virginia:  Great River Books.  2005.

Jensen, Eric.  Teaching With the Brain In Mind.  Virginia:  ASCD.  2005.

Lemov, Doug.  Teach Like A Champion.  49 Techniques That Put Your Students On the Path to College.  CA:  Jossey-Bass.  2010.

Melillo, Robert. Dr.  Disconnected Kids.  New York:  Penguin Group.  2009.

Meyer, Candace. S.  Minds-In-Motion The Maze Handbook.  KY:  Minds-In-Motion, Inc. Press.  2012.

O’Dell, Nancy PhD. and Patricia Cook PhD.  Stopping ADHD.  New York:  Avery Publishing Group, Inc.  2004.

Ratey, J. John.  M.D. with Eric Hagerman.  SPARK  The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain.  N.Y.  Little, Brown and Co.  2008.

Simontacchi, Carol. The Crazy Makers:  How the Food Industry Is Destroying Our Brains and Harming Our Children.  New York:  Tarcher.  2007.

Small, Gary. M.D. and Gigi Vorgan.   iBrain Surviving the Technological Alteration of the Modern Mind.  NY: HarperCollings.  2008

Sunbeck, Deborah, Ph.D.  Infinity Walk.  NY:  Leonardo Foundation Press.  2002.

Walsh, David. PhD.  Smart Parenting, Smarter Kids.  NY:  Free Press.  2011.