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Posted February 11, 2013
This book was about a young boy named Cory who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The book is about his everyday life with ADHD in short statements and essays. I recommend this to anyone of all ages, but it is definitely a book for anyone between kindergarten through fifth grade. This book is great because it educates the reader from a first-hand experience. It shows how Cory deals with various relationships with friends and family in school and at home. Also, the books mentions the many ways Cory deals with ADHD and GREAT tips that are helpful for school and other places. A point that should be made is that if you are a parent, a teacher, or even a friend who is introducing this book to another person, not all kids with ADHD are like Cory. However, the book does give a general look of what ADHD looks like. I would definitely recommend this book to any teacher as well. This is a great way to educate your students on ADHD and yourself in case you have a student with ADHD, which will probably happen eventually.
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