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While Joey’s behavior is indicative of a child who has ADD/ADHD, and his own explanation of how that makes him feel is a great insight into the mind of a child with ADD/ADHD, this... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jenae R. Mcallister
Had to buy it for school. Great condition. Not my kind of book.Published 3 months ago by jonathon pettit
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Let me start of this review by saying, I hate the new cover for this book. I mean the one with the cartoony drawing. It's so unfitting. The original one is so much better. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nick
This is an amazing book, I have recommended it to all my colleagues.I am a parent of a child with ADHD and every word of this book hits home. Everyone should read this book!!Published 4 months ago by Teacher