Bodola is a cheerful, adventurous story that shows the difficult decisions parents of children diagnosed with A.D.H.D are forced to make as their busy and spontaneous mid-graders begin to manifest their desires for independence. Like most boys and girls, Bodola is a boy who enjoys jiving, singing, playing with toys, and most of all, he loves chips and pop. He's never been to the store by himself, and he asks Mama to please let him go today. Mama knows that Bodola gets excited by new things and tends to forget what he is doing, but she wants him to learn about the responsibility that comes with being independent. While on his way to the store, he embarks on an adventure of riding a train and then a bus, and is delighted by the sights he sees along the way. Mama attempts desperately to catch up to her son before he realizes that he didn't do what Mama told him to do and panics. Bodola is crafted by an experienced parent with the intention of optimizing the reading experience and enabling its audience to obtain a fuller comprehension of A.D.H.D and associated theories of the mind, which will in turn empower its readers to self-regulate the development of deleterious behaviors. Please visit www.masterpiecefactory.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUAmHIFVdHY
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Book Description MasterpieceFactory Inc, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 38 pages. 10.30x8.20x0.50 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1897347014