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Jburns13

This book is about children with all different types and kinds of learning differences they deal with on a daily basis. They all come together in a community and garden together and learn about each other and make friends along the way.

Jburns13 Published: September 3, 2019

Author: Sonya Sotomayor

Illustrator: Rafael lopez

Genre: Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction

Awards: #1 New York Times Best seller and winner of the Schneider Family Book Award.
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Panpan

This felt like a medication pamphlet aimed at kids. A look into the dark days of ADHD and the “miracle” drug ritalin.

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kallikramer
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Originally Published in 1998, Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key won the National book Award. This is a fiction chapter book that follows a young boy who has behavioral problems within the classroom. He often swallows a key that is attached to a string, but on one instance forgets to attach the string. This is a great story to read to children to help open their eyes to the idea of medication and how some students learn best when on medications.

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Emitalski
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This book is about struggling with a intellectual disorder and how that can impact a student inside the classroom. It illustrated the importance of a LRE for all students. He is very impulsive and working on helping yourself and keeping others safe. A good perspective of adhd.

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emmadomo
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Victoria‘s book

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victoriaberns
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Contemporary realistic fiction. Published 1998. This is a great read especially for students struggling with ADHD and impulse controls, but also for us as student teachers to help us understand what is going on in the minds of struggling children. It gives readers a new perspective.

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Jhill24
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Very relatable story for today and our culture. Relates to kids with high energy , adhd, and maybe anxiety