The Amazing Ninja Brothers: Entering the Deep Unknown

Ninja Brothers Cover PhotoBest selling author, grandfather and child advocate Robert Martin has written a new children’s book series geared towards teaching empathy for children that have behavioral challenges.

I was thrilled to learn that he began this series off by tackling Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) a chronic condition that leads to hyperactivity, impulsiveness, and difficulty paying attention.

The Amazing Ninja Brothers: Entering the Deep Unknown” with illustrations by Jane Archer is the first book in the series and Tommy is the boy who’s struggling with ADHD.

The cool thing about this book is you witness how kids respond to Tommy and you learn his friends have Ninja powers that help them understand his condition. They use empathy and praise to help Tommy heal.

Martin worked closely with child psychology professionals to create this realistic and sensitive portrait of how ADHD affects a child, and the hidden strengths that a mind that works differently can bring to friendship, the classroom, and home.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 10.4 percent of children ages 5 to 17 have ADHD. “Chances are,” Martin said, “most children have friends or classmates with ADHD, so it’s important they understand what that means and how they can be empathetic and supportive.”

You can check out the video about this wonderful book at this link “The Amazing Ninja Brothers: Entering the Deep Unknown.

If you recall earlier this year, I reviewed Martin’s beautiful book Superclara. I absolutely love that net proceeds from the book sales go to the Bridge to a Cure Foundation, a nonprofit organization formed to increase the pace and success of pediatric research by unleashing resources already available today.

About Author Robert Martin

Robert Martin headshotAs an author and child advocate, Robert Martin is dedicated to inspiring kids to chase their dreams and helping those who can’t. Martin’s grandchildren are the motivation behind his writing career. He is the author of several children’s books, published by DreamChaser Publishing LLC, including two No. 1 Amazon bestsellers. He also publishes a blog for grandparents, parents, and caregivers who share his desire to help children cope with the big challenges they face in today’s world. The blog puts these challenges into perspective and provides caregivers with the facts they need on a variety of topics, from pediatric disease to misunderstood disorders. This valuable resource also shares essential tips for communicating about tough topics, so readers can better provide children with support, foster a strong family bond, and pass their values from generation to generation.

For more information and additional resources about Robert Martin’s books click here.

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By |2018-10-25T12:31:40+00:00October 25th, 2018|

About the Author:

Children’s advocate and author Robert Martin writes books with his granddaughter Keira Ely, including the bestsellers “The Case of the Missing Crown Jewels,” and “SuperClara — a Young Girl’s Story of Cancer, Bravery and Courage.” Robert founded the nonprofit Bridge to a Cure Foundation to tear down the deadly barriers impeding the timely development of pediatric cancer treatments and cures.