“Where Are the Cocoa Puffs?: A Family’s Journey Through Bipolar Disorder”
by Karen Winters Schwartz
Publisher: Goodman Beck Publishing/2010 ISBN: 978-0979875564
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Title: Clinical Guide to Depression in Children
Author: Mohammed Shafii, Sharon Lee Shafiii
Publisher/Yr: American Psychiatric Press, 1991
ISBN: 08-804-83563

Title: Helping Your Depressed Child
Author: Lawrence Kerns and Adrienne Lieberman
Publisher/Yr: 1983
Comments: How-to guide about childhood depression and treatment

Title: Helping Your Depressed Teenager: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers
Author: Gerald Oster and Sarah Montgomery
Publisher/Yr: 1995
ISBN: 0-471-62184-6
Comments: Addresses teenage depression warning signs, treatment options, and how to deal with all this at home.

Title: Growing Up Sad: Childhood Depression and it’s Treatment
Author: Leo Cytryn and Donald H. McKnew, Jr.
Publisher/Yr: W.W. Norton & Co., NY, 1996
ISBN: 0-393-03827-0
Comments: An update to “Why Isn’t Johnny Crying?” The authors cover the latest theories and treatment for childhood depression.

Title: It’s Nobody’s Fault: New Hope and Help for Difficult Children and Their Parents
Author: Harold Koplewicz
Publisher/Yr: Random House/Times Book, 1996
Comments: Information on thirteen serious brain disorders (mental illnesses) in children and adolescents. Explains the roles of genetics, brain chemistry, and how medications help.

Title: My Many Colored Days
Author: Dr. Suess (Theodor Geisl), Lou Fancher, Steve Johnson
Publisher/Yr: Knopf, 1996
Comments: A children’s book which correlates moods with colors. Text by Dr. Seuss. Recommended. Excellent for discussion with children.

Title: Neurobiological Disorders in Children and Adolescents
Author: Enid and Richard Peschel, Carol and James Howe
Publisher/Yr: Jossey-Bass, 1992
Comments: Scientific data and current treatment.

Title: The Bipolar Child, 3rd Edition
Author: Papolos, Demitri, M.D. and Janice Papolos
Publisher/Yr: Crown Archetype; 3 edition (August 22, 2006)
ISBN: 978-0767922975
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