Blink, Blink, Clop, Clop: Why Do We Do Things We Can’t Stop? –An OCD
E. Katia Moritz, Ph.D. and Jennifer Jablonsky (1998). This is a
book for children with OCD. It outlines the most common OCD symptoms in a
storybook format (ages 5-7).

Up & Down The Worry Hill, Aureen Pinto Wagner, Ph.D. (2000). Designed for
parents or mental health professionals and children to read together. It
offers the chance to engage in an open discussion about OCD and helps
prepare the child to engage in treatment (ages 8-11).

You Do That Too?, Jose Arturo and Rena Benson (2000). This book tells the
story of a fictional adolescent with OCD. (ages 12-14)

Mr. Worry: A Story about OCD, Holly Niner (2004). A colorful storybook about
a child with OCD (ages 8-14).

A Thought is Just a Thought: A Story of Living with OCD, Leslie Talley
(2004). This is a book for children with OCD, and it is also for children
who have a parent with OCD (ages 8-12).

Repetitive Rhonda, Jan Evans, MA, Ed. (2006). This is a book specifically
for young children. An illustrated storybook about the disorder that a child
can understand (ages 5-7).