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I'm Somebody Too
I'm Somebody Too
By: Jeanne Gehret
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader

Emily's littler brother has ADD and it's creating issues for Emily. Her parents are giving all there attention Ben. She loves her little brother, but she's somebody too!

Eagle Eyes: A Child's Guide to Paying Attention
Eagle Eyes: A Child's Guide to Paying Attention
By: Jeanne Gehret
Illustrated by: Susan Covert
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader

An ADHD boy helps rescue his dad because he pays so much attention to what is going on around him. He is the one who knows where to go get help.

Zipper - The Kid with ADHD
Zipper - The Kid with ADHD
By: Caroline Janover
Illustrated by: Rick Powell
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader

Zipper, is a bright, well-intentioned fifth-grader whose impulsive behavior gets him into trouble at home and at school. 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. Follow Zipper as he discovers a newfound talent and learns to manage his Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

First Star I See
First Star I See
By: Jaye Andras Caffrey
Illustrated by: Tracey L. Kane
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader

Paige, an imaginative, witty young girl with ADHD plans to earn an interview with astronaut, Kelsey Strongheart.

Joey Pigza Loses Control
Joey Pigza Loses Control
By: Jack Gantos
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader

Joey Pigza really wants his six-week visit with his dad to count, to show him he's not as wired as he used to be, to show his dad how much he loves him. But Carter Pigza's not an easy guy to love. He's eager to make it up to Joey for past wrongs and to show him how to be a winner, to take control of his life. With his coaching, Joey's even learned how to pitch a baseball, and he's good at it. The trouble is, Joey's dad thinks taking control means giving up the things that "keep Joey safe". And if he wants to please his dad, he's going to have to play by his rules, even when the rules don't make sense.

Eddie Enough!
Eddie Enough!
By: Debbie Zimmett
Illustrated by: Charlotte Murray Fremaux
Age Level: 3-6
Reading Level: Beginning Reader

Meet Eddie Minetti, human whirlwind and third-grader. He thinks, moves, and speaks quickly and it often gets him into trouble. One day at school, Eddie arrives late because he forgot his lunch, misses part of his spelling test, is accused of cheating, knocks over things, and loses the classroom's pet rat and that's only part of the morning! His exasperated teacher, Mrs. Pinck, says, "I've had enough, Eddie, enough!" That's all it takes, and soon the entire class is taunting Eddie with his new nickname, Eddie Enough.

Hyper Harry
Hyper Harry
By: Patricia H. Aust
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader

Ted Cheltoni, 12, has a good friend, a great girlfriend, and would have a pretty normal life if it weren't for his little brother, Harry. Harry's not bad on purpose, but Ted would sure like to fix the kid up so everybody would stop asking him to undo Harry's hyperactive, outrageous behavior. The tension at home gets so bad that Ted's afraid his parents will get divorced. One day, after Harry finds out he's suspended from school and kicked off the bus for the following week, Ted finds him packing to leave home. Ted knows he has to do something, and quick, to help his little brother.

Trout and Me
Trout and Me
By: Susan Richards Shreve
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader

Ever since first grade, Ben's been in trouble, even though he's really not a bad kid. He just can't seem to stop doing things that get him sent to the principal's office. His parents and wise older sister, Meg, swear he'll be fine in his own time, but when a new kid shows up in Ben's fifth-grade class, he's not so sure. Trout sticks to him like glue, and it's clear from the start that Trout is a much bigger troublemaker than Ben ever was. So when Ben gets diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), just like Trout, and then has to take Ritalin, just like Trout, he's not sure what to make of his friendship — especially when he starts to get a bad reputation. Is Trout's badness rubbing off on him? Can Ben make people understand it's the ADD, not Trout, causing the problems before it's too late?

What Would Joey Do?
What Would Joey Do?
By: Jack Gantos
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader

Life is especially tough for Joey. Not only does he struggle with ADHD, his family is truly dysfunctional. Readers will sense that Joey is a good kid who's trying to do the right things, but often without much support. Readers will likely laugh and weep for Joey.

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