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Button Pusher
Button Pusher | Tyler Page
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A memoir-driven realistic graphic novel about Tyler, a child who is diagnosed with ADHD and has to discover for himself how to best manage it. Tylers brain is different. Unlike his friends, he has a hard time paying attention in class. He acts out in goofy, over-the-top ways. Sometimes, he even does dangerous thingslike cut up a bus seat with a pocketknife or hang out of an attic window. To the adults in his life, Tyler seems like a troublemaker. But he knows that hes not. Tyler is curious and creative. Hes the best artist in his grade, and when he can focus, he gets great grades. He doesnt want to cause trouble, but sometimes he just feels like he cant control himself. In Button Pusher, cartoonist Tyler Page uses his own childhood experiences to explore what it means to grow up with ADHD. From diagnosis to treatment and beyond, Tylers story is raw and enlightening, inviting you to see the world from a new perspective.
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Button Pusher | Tyler Page
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This felt like a medication pamphlet aimed at kids. A look into the dark days of ADHD and the “miracle” drug ritalin.