“The book tells a story that everyone can connect to. In a simple language it brings the story forward and together with the brilliant paintings tells us how we can overcome everything in life. Highly Recommended”
Emma can’t fall asleep. She wonders if her bed is broken.
But it’s her relationships with those who surround her that are “broken”.
They are characterized by embarrassment, miscommunication and misunderstanding.
People are impatient with her spiny behavior.
During her little journey she explores herself: Is she lazy or curious and adventurous?
Is she stupid and weak-willed, or sensitive and caring?
Let this bitter-sweet story lead you through some daily challenges of a child with ADHD.
The book is based on a personal story of a creative child, full of good intentions.
In order to help children with ADHD, the first step is to better understand what they are coping with.
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Benjamin Greenberg, Ph.D. Psychiatrist: “I loved the book. The story touches the inner world of many children, it’s written in a sensitive and precise way, mostly with love and compassion. The story is charming and captivating as an adventure and also as a rich story with images, with a meaningful message”.
Liat Keren, Child Psychotherapist: “A wonderful book that clearly and sensitively describes a girl with spikes.
I’m sure everyone knows a kid like that. The book helps to understand these children better – it translates thorny behavior into our language and leaves the reader willing to embrace diversity.”
About The Author:
Ayelet Escojido is a writer and a professional content editor. She runs a business called “Everlasting Story”.
As an expert in documentary writing, she wrote and edited about 70 biographies. As a developer of educational programs, she worked in the Israel Ministry of Education and as a freelance. She has also edited several children’s books written by others.
Ayelet has a master’s degree in education from the University of Liverpool – UK. A Bachelor’s degree in Hebrew Literature and Sociology-Anthropology, from the Hebrew University – Israel. Graduate of Adlerian school to parental guidance.
Ayelet lives in a rural community on the edge of eggplant fields in central Israel with her husband, three jumpy children, and one Ritalin free sweet dog named Pippa. Having three children with ADHD, requires creativity. So in order to better understand and cope with tasks that were not written in any escape room, she wrote her first children’s book “Emma’s Spikes”.
Ayelet approaches the challenges with a sympathetic perspective, and the family’s daily experiences naturally turned into dreamy situations and colorful characters.