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The IDA Hawai‘i Branch maintains a lending library of books, audio books, CDs and DVDs. Loan period is two weeks.

Types of Publications

Types of Media

 


ADHD

Taking Charge of ADHD
BARKLEY, Russell

CHADD Information & Resource Guide to ADHD
CHADD

Teaching Teens with ADHD
DENDY, Chris A. Ziegler

Parent’s Guide, ADHD in Children
GOLDSTEIN, Sam & Goldstein, Michael

Parent’s Guide, ADD in Children-Hyperactivity
GOLDSTEIN, Sam & Goldstein, Michael

Jumpin’ Johnny Get Back to Work!: A Child’s Guide to ADHD/Hyperactivity
GORDON, Michael

Answers to Distraction (with John Ratey)
HALLOWELL, Edward

Driven to Distraction (with John Ratey)
HALLOWELL, Edward

Zipper…The Kid with ADHD
JANOVER, Caroline

Help4ADD@High School
NADEAU, Kathleen

Understanding Girls with AD/HD
NADEAU, Kathleen (with Ellen Littman and Patricia Quinn)

Shelly, The Hyperactive Turtle
SCHWARTZ, Carol

Advice to Parents on ADHD
SILVER, Larry

AD/HD and Driving
SNYDER, J. Marlene

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ADULTS

Job Hunting for the So-Called Handicapped or People Who Have Disabilities    
BOLLES, Richard N. & Brown, Dale S.

Learning a Living-A Guide to Career & Finding a Job with Learning Disabilities, ADD & Dyslexia    
BROWN, Dale S.

ADD and Learning Disabilities in the Workplace: A Guide for Success    
LATHAM, Peter & Latham, Patricia

A: Adults with Dyslexia    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

Meeting the Challenge of LD in Adulthood    
ROFFMAN, Arlyn J.

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CHILD/PARENT HELP

Parenting Children with Learning Disabilities    
ADELIZZI, Jane Utley & Goss, Diane B.

TIPS: Tactics for Improving Parenting Skills    
ALGOZZINE, Bob & Yseldyke, Jim

Parenting Manual : “Tips and Tools-Helping Your Learning Different Child”    
AUSTIN AREA BRANCH OF THE ORTON DYSLEXIA SOCIETY

Nurturing Resilience in Our Children    
BROOKS, Robert

Raising Resilient Children    
BROOKS, Robert (w/ Sam Goldstein)

The School Survival Guide for Kids with LD: Learning Differences    
FISHER, Gary

The Survival Guide for Kids with LD: Learning Differences    
FISHER, Gary

Worry: Controlling It and Using It Wisely    
HALLOWELL, Edward

When You Worry About the Child You Love    
HALLOWELL, Edward

The Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness    
HALLOWELL, Edward

How to Raise Your Child to be a Winner    
HAWES, Weiss & Weiss

Your Child’s Growing Mind    
HEALY, Jane M.

Endangered Minds    
HEALY, Jane M.

Does Your Child Need Help Learning to Read? K-3    
INTERNATIONAL DYSLEXIA ASSOC.

Parents: Tips and Tools    
KOWEN, Susan Walker

Understanding Learning Disabilities: A Parent Guide and Workbook (binder)
LDC

The Privilege of Parenting: How to Raise Great Kids in the 21st Century    
LEVINE, James B.

Keeping A Head in School    
LEVINE, Mel

The Address Book    
LEVINE, Michael

Readings for Parents    
ORTON DYSLEXIA SOCIETY

S: School and Programs for Individuals w/ Dyslexia    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

O: The Other 16 Hours    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

K: Kids Who Learn Differently    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

E: Early Childhood Education    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

Bridges to Reading (boxed)
SCHWAB FOUNDATION FOR LEARNING

A Parent’s Guide to Differences and Disabilities in Learning    
SCHWAB FOUNDATION FOR LEARNING

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COLLEGE

The Best 311 Colleges: 1999 Edition    
CUSTARD, Edward

Transitions to Postsecondary Learning: Student Work Guide    
EATON, Howard & Coull, Leslie

Higher Education Services for Students with Learning Disabilities or ADD    
LATHAM, Peter & Latham, Patricia

Getting Into College: A Guide for Students with Learning Disabilities    
LDAH

C: College    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

6th Edition Princeton’s Colleges for LD Students    
PRINCETON REVIEW

Unlocking Potential: College and Other Choices    
SCHEIBER, Barbara & Talpers Jeanne

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DYSLEXIA/LEARNING DISABILITIES: GENERAL INFORMATION

Assignment Organizer    
A-PLUS

Specific LDs: Finding Common Ground    
AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH

Sex Differences in Dyslexia    
ANSARA, Alice, et.al., editors

Ka Malana ’97 & ’98 Yearbook    
ASSETS School

Annual Report: 1999-2000    
ASSETS School

Dyslexia: Defining the Problem    
BASICS PLUS

Straight Talk About Reading    
HALL, Susan L. & Moats, Louisa Cook

Dyslexia: Myths, Misconceptions, and some Practical Applications    
IDA

Resource Directory, ‘97-’98, ’01-‘02    
IDA: Houston Branch

Why Orton Was Right    
ORTON DYSLEXIA SOCIETY

Intimacy and Language    
ORTON DYSLEXIA SOCIETY

Dyslexia: The Language Disability that can be Overcome    
ORTON DYSLEXIA SOCIETY

T: Testing    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

R: Reading, Writing and Spelling    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

P: Phonological Awareness    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

D: Doctors ask Questions about Dyslexia    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

B: Basic Facts about Dyslexia Part II: What Every Professional Ought to Know    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

B: Basic Facts about Dyslexia: What Every Layperson Ought to Know    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

Specific Language Disabilities: Selected Papers    
ORTON, J. L. & Livingston, R. S.

Dyslexia over the Lifespan: A 55 year longitudinal study    
RAWSON, Margaret B.

Overcoming Dyslexia: A New and Complete Science-Based Program for Reading Problems at Any Level    
SHAYWITZ, Sally

The Misunderstood Child    
SILVER, Larry

Succeeding Against the Odds    
SMITH, Sally

No Easy Answers: The Learning Disabled Child at Home and at School    
SMITH, Sally

Different is Not Bad, Different is the World    
SMITH, Sally (with Ben Booz)

Developmental Dyslexia and Related Reading Disorders    
U.S. DEPT. of HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICE

Smart Kids with School Problems    
VAIL, Priscilla

Gifted, Precocious or Just Plain Smart    
VAIL, Priscilla

Emotion: The On & Off Switch for Learning    
VAIL, Priscilla

About Dyslexia    
VAIL, Priscilla

In the Mind’s Eye    
WEST, Thomas G.

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FICTION

My Name is Brain Brian    
BETANCOURT, Jeanne

The Don’t-Give-Up Kid and Learning Differences    
GEHRET, Jeanne

Do Bananas Chew Gum?    
GILSON, Jamie

The Pretenders    
GUYER, Barbara

Josh: A Boy with Dyslexia    
JANOVER, Caroline

How Many Days Until Tomorrow?    
JANOVER, Caroline

Thank You, Mr. Falker  
POLACCO, Patricia

Eli: The Boy Who Hated to Write-Understanding Dysgraphia    
RICHARDS, Regina G. & Richards, Eli I.

The Adventures of Phoebe Flower: Phoebe’s Lost Treasure    
ROBERTS, Barbara A.

Phoebe Flower’s Adventure: That’s What Kids are for    
ROBERTS, Barbara A.

How Dyslexic Benny Became a Star: A Story of Hope for Dyslexic Children and Their Parents    
SCHULZ, Jenny

Father Bede’s Misfit    
TROYER, Phil H.

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LEGAL

Learning Disabilities and the Law    
LATHAM, Peter & Latham, Patricia

The Americans with Disabilities Act    
NAIS

J: Justice for All    
ORTON EMERITUS SERIES

No Child Left Behind    
WRIGHT’S LAW

Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004    
WRIGHT, Peter W. D. & Pamela

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 PERSONAL/HISTORICAL ACCOUNTS

Too Much Time on Sycamore Street    
BAUER, James J.

The Runaway Learning Machine    
BAUER, James J.

Educating Andrew: A Promise Fulfilled    
BIASOTTO, Virginia Lanier

Courting Justice    
BOIES, David

Rocket Man: Astronaut Pete Conrad’s Incredible Ride to the Moon and Beyond    
CONRAD, Nancy & KLAUSNER, Howard

Laughing Allegra    
FORD, Anne

Susan’s Story    
HAMPSHIRE, Susan

Dyslexia… Samuel T. Orton and His Legacy    
HENRY, Marcia K. & Brickley, Susan G.

Ryan: A Mother’s Story of her Hyperactive/Tourette’s Syndrome Child    
HUGHES, Susan

The Human Side of Dyslexia: 142 Interviews with Real People Telling Real Stories    
KURNOFF, Shirley

For the Children: Redefining Success in School and Success in Life    
LANGSTON, Rob

Succeeding with LD: 20 True Stories About Real People with LD    
LAUREN, Jill M.A.

To Teach A Dyslexic    
MCCABE, Don

Learning Outside the Lines    
MOONEY, Jonathan & Cole, David

Copy This! Lessons from a hyperactive dyslexic who turned a bright idea into one of America’s best companies    
ORFALEA, Paul

A Kid Just Like Me: A Father & Son Overcome the challenges of ADD and Learning Disabilities    
ROSEMON, Bruce

Dyslexia My Life    
SAGMILLER, Girard

Yes, I Can     
SMITH, Neil

Legacy of the Blue Heron-Living with Learning Disabilities    
SYLVESTER, Harry

Reading David: A Mother and Son’s Journey Through the Labyrinth of Dyslexia    
WEINSTEIN, Lissa Ph.D.

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TEACHING/EDUCATION

How to Manage Hyperactivity and Dyslexia in the Classroom    
BELL, Sue

Language and Reading Success    
BIEMILLER, Andrew

Situation Spelling    
COX, Arlette

Situation Reading, Clues to the Code    
COX, Arlette

Foundation for Literacy    
COX, Arlette

When Adolescents Can’t Read    
CURTIS, Mary E. & LONGO, A.M.

Language and the Developing Child    
DE HIRSCH, Katrina

Index of Coding Skills    
EDUCATORS PUBLISHING SERVICE

Two Games: Alphadeck and Rule-ette    
EDUCATORS PUBLISHING SERVICE

From Reading To Neurons    
GALABURDA, Albert (editor)

Character Education Year 1: Grades 6-12    
HEIDEL, John & Lyman-Mersereau, Marion

Character Education Year 2: Grades K-6    
HEIDEL, John & Lyman-Mersereau, Marion

Character Education Year 1: Grades K-6    
HEIDEL, John & Lyman-Mersereau, Marion

Informed Instruction for Reading Success: Foundations for Teacher Preparation    
IDA

Do Children in Your Class Need Extra Help Learning to Read? K-3    
IDA

Research Articles: Reading Development and LD    
IDA (binder; various authors)

Multisensory Structured Language Education    
IMSLEC

Homework Heroes: 6-8    
JOHNSON, Drew & Cynthia

Homework Heroes: 3-5    
JOHNSON, Drew & Cynthia

Homework Heroes: K-2    
JOHNSON, Drew & Cynthia

English Isn’t Crazy! The elements of our language and how to teach them.    
KING, Diana Hanbury

Pun and Games    
LEDERER, Richard

The Write Way    
LEDERER, Richard & Dowis, Richard

Guidelines for All Kinds of Minds    
LEVINE, Mel

All Kinds of Minds    
LEVINE, Mel

A Mind at a Time    
LEVINE, Mel

Smart But Feeling Dumb    
LEVINSON, Harold N.

Spelling Development, Disability and Instruction    
MOATS, Louisa Cook

2002 Hawaii Symposium (file folder)
NATIONAL DYSLEXIA RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Teaching Children to Read: An Evidence Based Assessment    
NATIONAL READING PANEL

Their World: A Publication of the National Center for Learning Disabilities, 1993 and 1995    
NCLD

Learning to Learn    
OLIVIER, Carolyn & Bowler, Rosemary

Readings for Educators    
ORTON DYSLEXIA SOCIETY

When Writing’s a Problem    
RET CENTER PRESS

The Sonday System, Learning to Read (boxed)
SONDAY

Vocabulary Development    
STAHL, Steven A.

Many Ways to Learn    
STERN, Judith & Ben-Ami, Uzi

How to Reach & Teach Children & Teens with Dyslexia    
STOWE, Cynthia

Words Fail Me    
VAIL, Priscilla

Reading Comprehension: Students’ Needs & Teachers’ Tools    
VAIL, Priscilla

Learning Styles    
VAIL, Priscilla

Common Ground: Whole Language & Phonics Working Together    
VAIL, Priscilla

Clear and Lively Writing
VAIL, Priscilla

Unicorns are Real: A Right-Brained Approach to Learning    
VITALE, Barbara Meister

The Organization of Study Skills    
WILLIAMS, Jamie

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AUDIO TAPES & CD’s

“I Don’t Understand!’   

A Critique of Fast Forward   

Accepted to College with a Disability   

Active Parenting: Home Practices for Children with Dyslexia and ADHD    

ADD: New Developments and Role of Dyslexia   

ADHD & Its Association with Dyslexia    

ADHD: Beyond the Basics   

Anyway: The Paradoxical Commandments   

Aptitude – Achievement Discrepancy Formula for Identifying Students with Learning Disabilities
(Tapes 1 & 2)    

Auditory Dyslexia-For Teachers & Parents    

Balance Literacy Does Not Equal Comprehensive Reading Instruction   

Becoming An Advocate: A Parent’s Journey    

Brain Gyral Patterns: Familial Influences, Language Ability, and Other Developments
(The Norman Geschwind Memorial Lecture)

Can Response to Instruction Help Refine the Definition of Dyslexia?    

Combined Foreign Language Session   

Combined Juvenile Justice Session
(2 tapes)    

Combined Memory Session    

Combined Teaching Strategies for Adolescents Session    

Comprehension: Ultimate Goal of Reading     

Concept Imagery Disorder: A Critical Factor in Comprehension and ADD    

Creative Brains: Gifted, Talented and Dyslexic   

Creativity & Unpredictability: Twin Children of ADD    

Depressed, Devalued, Dyslexic    

Developmental Language-Based LD   

Diagnosis of Dyslexia   

Do 504 Rules + Regulations = Reality?    

Down Side of Teacher Education   

Due Process/Litigation   

Dyslexia 101: Informing Parents About Dyslexia   

Dyslexia and the Life Course   

Early Literacy: A Curriculum for Preschool & Kindergarten Children   

Effecting Change Through the Legislative Process   

Effective Classrooms: Lessons from Neuroscience   

English: Not One Language but Four   

Every Child is Learning: An Early Intervention Teacher Training Program    

Exercising Executive Function for Efficient Learning    

Explicit Instruction in Writing for LD Students    

Fluency for Comprehension   

From an IEP Meeting to the U.S. Supreme Court    

Fund “Fonics” from Dr. Feuss    

Gifted LD Students in College    

High School Into College    

Home and School Interventions for Youth with ADHD/ADD & Dyslexia    

How are Dyslexia, Speech/Language Disorders & ADHD Related?    

How to Start a Non-Profit Educational Foundation to Provide Professional Development for Teachers    

IDA’s 55th Annual Conference
(2004): all recorded sessions   

IDA’s 56th Annual Conference
(2005): all recorded sessions   

IEPs: Why, How What and If…?   

Imaging The Brain: Symposium    

Implementing MSL Teacher Training in Universities   

Improving Education Results for Students with Dyslexia    

Improving Reading Skills in Inner City Students Using the Slingerland Approach    

Inflexible Language: A Hard Nut to Crack   

Information About Dyslexia    

Keynote Address: Closing the Gap Through Intensive Instruction    

Language, Reading and the Developing Brain
(The Norman Geschwind Lecture)    

Latin & Greek Morphemes for Enhancing Decoding Spelling/Vocabulary    

Legislation for Dyslexia: What Does It Mean for the Individual?
(The Norman Geschwind Lecture)    

Life Success for Children with LD: A Parent’s Guide   

Mathematics   

May the Force Be With Us: Pride, Intellect, Language and Emotion    

Medicine Men and Miracle Workers    

MSL Instruction in Foreign Language Learning: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives    

Multisensory Parenting to Match Your Child’s Learning Style    

Multisensory Techniques for Home & Classroom    

Neurologic & Psychiatric Characteristics of Developmental LD   

Neuropsychological Deficits Underlying Social Skills    

Overcoming Dyslexia: A New and Complete Science-Based Program for Reading Problems at Any Level    

Parenting A Child with Reading Difficulties    

Paths to Post-Secondary Success for LD Students   

Phonological Skills and Reading: Results of a Six Year Longitudinal Study    

Preparing Knowledgeable Teachers of Reading & Language    

Preschool Issues. School Failure: Are We Expecting Too Much?    

Preschoolers and Emerging Literacy   

Prevention of Reading Difficulties in Young Children   

Private Practice: Avoid Common Pitfalls & Pratfalls    

Raising Resilient Children: Fostering Strength, Hope, and Optimism in Your Child    

Reading Fluency: Conceptual & Instructional Issues    

Reading for Understanding: 9 Components of Reading Comprehension    

Research Advances in Dyslexia    

Review of Reading Programs in Light of “Reading First”    

Revisiting Important Life Decisions of One Person    

Screening and Teaching Adults with Severe Reading Disabilities
(Tapes 1 & 2)

Searching for the Cognitive Locus of Foreign Language Difficulties: Linking Native and Foreign Language Learning    

Section 504 and The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Rights and Responsibilities    

Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR): Current Research    

Solutions for Reading Problems in At-Risk Adolescents    

Step-By-Step: Development of Writing Skills   

Strategies for Success    

Students Classified as Learning Disabled and the Foreign Language Requirement   

Successful Dyslexics: How They Learned to Read Through Passionate Interests    

Synthetic, Simultaneous Multisensory Approach to Paragraph Writing    

Teaching Study Skills to Individuals with Dyslexia: From Surviving to Thriving in the Classroom    

Teaching Vocabulary    

The 3R’s of Transition Planning for the Student with Learning Disabilities    

The Anatomical Basis of Dyslexia
(The Norman Geschwind Memorial Lecture)    

The Challenge of Mainstreaming the Student with LD: A Collaborative Model Program    

The Child’s Route into Reading: A Double-Track Journey    

The Collaborative IEP Journey    

The Collaborative Parent/School

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VIDEOS

60 Minutes segment (2003) on program in England to treat dyslexia   

A Dyslexic Family Diary   

A Tale of Two Schools   

A.D.D. From A – Z: Understanding the Diagnosis and the Treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder in Children and Adults    

ADD Adolescents in the Classroom: An Educator’s Survival Guide    

Anya’s Bell    

Beyond F.A.T. City: A Look Back, A Look Ahead   

Bill Cosby Interview with the Illinois Branch of IDA   

Common Ground: Whole Language and Phonics   

Community Leader-2003 Ron Yoshimoto interview on Olelo   

Dyslexia 101   

Dyslexia Research Symposium Video Series II, Tape 1: Neuroanatomical Alterations in Dyslexia    

Dyslexia Research Symposium Video Series II, Tape 2: Dyslexia in a Neural Network Model of Word Recognition    

Dyslexia Research Symposium Video Series II, Tape 3: Cortical Activation Patterns in Normal Reading and Dyslexia: PET and ERP    

Dyslexia Research Symposium Video Series II, Tape 4: Implications of Transient Visual System Deficits in Dyslexia    

Dyslexia Research Symposium Video Series II, Tape 5: Research Based Approach to Prevention of Reading Disabilities    

Dyslexia-Genius    

Dyslexia: Finding the Answers   

Dyslexia: The Hidden Disability   

Dyslexia: An Unwrapped Gift   

Dyslexia: Neuroanatomy & Implications for Interventions    

Ennis’ Gift   

Giving Aloha    

How Difficult Can This Be? The F.A.T. City Workshop    

Introduction: The Quicktionary Reading Pen    

It Takes Two….    

Landmark College    

Landmark School   

Language, Learning & The Brain: Recent Research, Current Thinking (Parts I & II)    

Late Adolescent and Adult ADHD    

LD-LA Series, Tape 1: Introduction: Understanding Learning Disabilities Through Demonstration and Description    

LD-LA Series, Tape 2: The Teaching: What LD Students Need    

LD-LA Series, Tape 3: Reading is Not a Natural Skill: Teaching Children the Code to Unlock Language    

LD-LA Series, Tape 4: Children & Parents & Schools & Strengths    

LD-LA Series, Tape 5: ADD/ADHD/LD: Understanding the Connection    

LD-LA Series, Tape 6: Teaching Math: A Systematic Approach for Children with Learning Disabilities    

Learning Disabilities and AD/HD (Dr. Larry Silver)   

Learning Disabilities and Discipline: When the Chips Are Down…    

Learning Disabilities and Social Skills: Last one picked…first one picked on    

Linden Hill School    

Look What You’ve Done! Learning Disabilities and Self-Esteem    

Max’s World: A Story of a Boy with ADHD/A Story of Success with Concerta    

Misunderstood Minds: Understanding Kids Who Struggle to Learn    

Multisensory Math/Spelling-Reading/LD in theClassroom    

Our Stories: 2005 Candid Comments from Landmark Students   

OUTCOMES: 2003 Olelo segment featuring HIDA   

Preventing Reading Failure: What Intervention Research Tells Us About Effective Teaching    

Report of the National Reading Panel: Teaching Children to Read    

Seeing It Both Ways: Information Processing and the Brain of the Dyslexic    

Social Side of Learning Disabilities: Life’s Voyages for Those Who Learn Differently   

Teach Me Different, Parts 1 & 2    

The Adjustment to College: Students with AD/HD    

The GOW School    

The Power of Parents: The Most Important Things I’ve Learned in 25 Years in the Field ofAD/HD    

Towards A New View of Developmental Reading Disabilities    

Transitions to Postsecondary Learning   

When Stars Read    

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