(To be expanded upon!)
Hands-down the best book I’ve read about ADHD is Delivered from Distraction: Getting the Most Out of Life with Attention Deficit Disorder, by Edward Hallowell and John Ratey.
It’s written more as a “here’s what’s happening and why” rather than a traditional self-help book, which I really appreciated and found very useful. It’s also written in fairly small chunks so that you can drop in and out of it when your ADHD stops you finishing it quickly and presumes you’re reading for yourself as an adult and/or a family member rather than solely for a child.
I’m told their more recent follow-up, ADHD 2.0: New Science and Essential Strategies for Thriving with Distraction—from Childhood through Adulthood, is also good but I haven’t yet read it.
Here is my half-written stuff about ADHD and how I was diagnosed:
(It’s not super long but does have pictures. One day I may even finish writing it)
My Google Photos album of ADHD Info and Related Relatables (ok it’s photos of the best bits of ADHD books, infographics, and a bunch of relatable tiktoks):