The Rainbow Brain


The Rainbow Brain is an inspiring and colourful children’s book that is the first of its kind to describe what it’s like to be both autistic and ADHD. It is a neuro-affirming introduction to identity, designed to encourage children to explore and celebrate their uniqueness whilst understanding their accommodations.

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Filled with delightful illustrations and a vibrant colour palette, The Rainbow Brain is sure to make a lasting impression on young readers, making it an invaluable resource for any family and educator.

Here’s what our young readers had to say:

 T, aged 12, – “This book is very relatable and true. So nice that someone in the world could explain what it’s like to be me. It’s amazing”.

J, aged 8, – “I think that most of this book is true, because my brain works really fast and I don’t like loud noises. It helps my teachers know that I can’t sit for two hours in a chair at one time. It’s telling me a lot about my AuADHD that I did not know about. Thank you for making this book. I think it will help a lot of kids to learn about AuADHD”.

I, 11 years: I loved this book. I could really relate to a lot of the examples

O, 8 years: I loved this as much as The Brain Forest. It was like reading a book about me!!

W, 5 years: “That’s my brain?!?! It’s so cool!”

B, 6 years: I have a rainbow brain, and I think you do too Mummy!

and loved by parents and professionals too –

Hayley, educator and psychologist : Sandhya’s books transcend age brackets; this book could find itself easily sitting in a kindergarten room or on a parent’s side table. The information is clear, the advice inclusive, and above all else, it supports the world to see the perspective of our AuADHDers through a strengths-based lens.

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Sandhya Menon

Illustrated by

Kushla Ross

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