Having learned so much from NLP techniques, I was intrigued by this book which is written specifically for children to learn to master these life skills themselves. With one child with Asperger's and the other on the ADHD spectrum (currently under diagnosis) I didn't know how much they would understand and how they could relate the words to their own experiences. I was quite surprised at how much they grasped.
What I found was that there were some words in the book that needed a little further explanation before they understood what it meant. Once they grasped the ideas they were able to add their own examples which showed they did get the point. My youngest, 7 years old, in particular has learned quite a lot about himself and will now be able to use this to his advantage in the future.
There are a lot of negative influences that come at children every day from their peers, teachers, media and even stressed parents. NLP for Children is a toolbox of skills that allows children to challenge the negativity rather than accept it. It also shows them how to bring more positive energy into their lives.
I downloaded the Kindle version of the book but unlike most books, this one really needs to be a print version. There are prompts for the children to draw or write answers and in order to get the full impact of the book; they really need to be able to do these exercises in the manner the author intended.