Zipper: The Kid with ADHD

Caroline D. Janover Rick Powell

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Zipper: The Kid with ADHD

Zipper The Kid with ADHD Stop tapping says Zipper s sister during dinner Can t you ever sit still It seems Zipper aka Zachary Winson is always annoying somebody He speaks before he thinks making it hard to keep friends he f

  • Title: Zipper: The Kid with ADHD
  • Author: Caroline D. Janover Rick Powell
  • ISBN: 9780933149953
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stop tapping, says Zipper s sister during dinner Can t you ever sit still It seems Zipper aka Zachary Winson is always annoying somebody He speaks before he thinks, making it hard to keep friends he forgets to do his homework and although he s a talented pitcher, he misses a key baseball game Underneath it all, Zipper is a smart, motivated fifth grader, but his impStop tapping, says Zipper s sister during dinner Can t you ever sit still It seems Zipper aka Zachary Winson is always annoying somebody He speaks before he thinks, making it hard to keep friends he forgets to do his homework and although he s a talented pitcher, he misses a key baseball game Underneath it all, Zipper is a smart, motivated fifth grader, but his impulsiveness gets him into a lot of trouble at home and at school Follow Zipper as things start to turn around, and everyone roots for him to succeed

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    One thought on “Zipper: The Kid with ADHD

    1. Duane on said:

      I was dissapointed in this book. I found that the author excuses behavior that even can't be defended with a boy suffering ADHD. Although I can see where a child suffereing from ADHD would enjoy reading this book, I'd think twice before recomending it.

    2. Sandy Clark on said:

      Good book for kids to help them understand someone with ADHD.

    3. Catherine on said:

      I registered a book at BookCrossing!BookCrossing/journal/13613998

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