...good topic since we have so many children like this...the story is easy to read and follow-they are exposed to this every day. -- Tania Joost-McNeill, Missauga, Ontario
This book does a good job of showing that some kids do not have control over their inability to sit still or pay attention, and that they are not choosing to misbehave. -- Erin Gaffny, Hudson, Massach
They were good examples of ADD & ADHD behaviors that go on in many classrooms daily. Lessons on tolerance and friendship were taught. It opens up to great discussion on how everybody is different but special. --Donna Dunbar, Venice Florida
Howard B. Wigglebottom Blends in Like Chameleons teaches kids the importance of following social cues, in an effort to fit into groups. However, as the last picture suggests, maintaining one s unique personality is still encouraged. and kids aren t told to conform to the point they lose themselves in the group. A discussion guide is also provided for further classroom conversation. --Alice Berger, Berger s Book Review
About the Author
Susan F. Cornelison is a full time illustrator living in St. Charles, Iowa.