Zac's Mighty Wheels and the Giant Problem

Zac's Mighty Wheels and the Giant Problem

Zac's Mighty Wheels and the Giant Problem

Zac's Mighty Wheels and the Giant Problem


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If you had one wish, what would it be? When Zac finds a wishing well deep in the woods, he wishes for something powerful-the wheelchair of his dreams! To his surprise, he was about to begin the ride of a lifetime. What kid wouldn't want rocket boosters, a robo-arm, and speed as fast as a cheetah?! But when the school bully finds the well too, disaster could be in store. Will Zac's new Mighty Wheels be enough to stop the town from destruction?

This is the chapter book educators and parents have been waiting for! Written at a 3rd grade reading level, with high interest for struggling readers of all ages, this book consists of short chapters and pictures throughout. The story is the focus, not the disability. Includes a dyslexia-friendly format for easy readability.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781736940303
Publisher: Greenhouse Press
Publication date: 04/28/2021
Pages: 70
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.17(d)
Lexile: 740L (what's this?)
Age Range: 5 - 10 Years

About the Author

Andrea Kurth is a special education teacher from Michigan who realized her students weren't often represented in books and wanted to change that. Inspired by her students, she set out to create a fun series where the story is the focus, not the disability, and is filled with adventure for younger children but exciting enough for the older struggling reader. When Andrea isn't teaching or writing, she enjoys traveling with her wonderful husband and sons. Visit her at for free lesson plans.

Owen Kurth is a creative seventh grader. He could play the guitar, piano, and violin if he learned how to play the guitar, piano, and violin. So instead he enjoys playing video games with friends and spending time with family. He aspires to be a movie writer and director one day.

Emily Gudzinski is from South Lyon, MI and studying illustration at Kendall College of Art and Design. After finishing her degree, she plans to continue creating mixed media using a variety of mediums. By designing artwork that challenge uncovered topics in society, Emily will use her art to create meaningful pieces that will show appreciation in things she is passionate about. Visit her at
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