Here’s a list of books with the focus on gifted people:
Orientation: The School for Gifted Potentials – Allis Wade
One hundred years in the future, Government Observers roam the classrooms of average learners, looking for the rare gifted learners still left in the general population. One gifted child, who has been carefully coached by his mother to appear average, is unaware that his abilities have been documented by an Observer for years, until he is tricked into showing his mathematical strengths. He is devastated to receive a letter requiring him to test at The School for Gifted Potentials, but he cleverly sabotages the tests and is prepared to leave, only to discover that his mother has abandoned him at the school she has raised him to fear. During his one week orientation, as he undertakes an enlightening journey of self-discovery, he uncovers a secret about his mother’s past that leads him to question everything that he once believed.
Revelations: The School for Gifted Potentials – Allis Wade
With his ORIENTATION behind him, Everett is officially a Gifted Potential. Just as he is learning to juggle assignments, friends, and his myriad of emotions, an unexpected visitor to The School for Gifted Potentials is announced. The school transforms as the staff and students eagerly await their famous guest, but his visit stirs up new questions about Everett’s past. What other secrets did his mother keep, and what will be revealed the longer Everett stays at the school that his mother had tried so desperately to keep him from?
Visit the writer’s page: Allis Wade
A list of books you need to read:
Help! Our child is gifted! – Dr Shirley Kokot
Guidelines for parents of gifted children
Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students – Christine FonescaDesigned to provide support for the difficult job of parenting and teaching gifted children, Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students: Helping Kids Cope With Explosive Feelings provides the resource parents and teachers need to not only understand why gifted children are so extreme in their behaviour, but also learn specific strategies to teach gifted children how to live with their intensity
Have a look: Emotional Intensity – Christine Fonseca