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I gave it to my 12 year old granddaughter who has ADHD and she loved it.
He has a vague sense that things aren't going well, but like the kids who will be reading this book he's clearer on the specifics than the overall picture.
Well, although it may sound like your worst nightmare, but Joey Pigza lives his entire life like that.
And a child with dogs are not allowed to be on part of the atmosphere at midnight on Tuesday night at 2:00.Published 3 months ago by Eduards Didrichsons
The ONLY Joey Pigza book I don't love. Jack should have quit with #3.Published 4 months ago by prime customer
I liked this book a lot. The whole identity changing thing was a little unrealistic, but very interesting. 5 stars.Published 5 months ago by Bronco_Maniac
This first two books were required for one of my college classes, so being the book nerd that I am, I had to get the other two!Published 20 months ago by dani goldsberry
Funny how did you come up with writing the fourth joey pigza wish I could buy the whole series are you gonna make a fifth one if you did I'll really enjoy it ;)Published 24 months ago by T. Gyambrah
The order came in past the arriving date and when it finally arrived, it was not new but all wet.Published on January 2, 2013 by Abg
I am very pleased with this purchase. Not very many books address the subject of ADHD from the child's point of view, and this book does so very well and tastefully, and in... Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by Tammy J. Lahrmer
You'll love the antics that Joey and his family get into when his father tries to have another chance in the family!Published on April 30, 2011 by C. R.