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Great Books to Read on the Beach, in a Treehouse, or Under the Covers

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fictional characters, something magical happens: they become energized by a fresh sense of resolve.Elementary school readers may learn about creative problem-solving from Remi the squirrel.

Middle school students may feel less alone thanks to Ally and her leap of faith. High schoolers may ditch their devices for the action and suspense in Skyhunter and Steelstriker, two sci-fi novels that touch on themes of disability and prejudice.Engage your children with these and the other fictional characters featured in these books, grouped by grade level below.

All are recommended by caregivers and professionals in the ADHD community.Illustrated by Brian MartinRemi the squirrel stirs up a terrible mess, blurts out his thoughts, and breaks things a bit too often.

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