I Hate You, Miss Bliss

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AuthorHouse, Dec 18, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 34 pages
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is a story of a hyperactive child. Aspen has difficulty sitting still and paying attentionparticularly in school. She is a day-dreamer and has a different way of processing information. Aspens teacher is impatient and exasperated with her apparent lack of focus. Aspen, in turn, is upset with her teacher. Not able to deal with the tension, Aspen runs away from school. This is the story of how her adult friends and their advice help her, and how her teacher learns several ways she can assist Aspen with her unique learning style. Together, they develop a step-by-step plan to establish a compatible program for blending Aspens creative learning style with the regimen of school. The world and its children are perfect the way they are. Its how we often see them thats imperfect. Author Jaydene Morrison
 

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Section 1
2
Section 2
9
Section 3
12
Section 4
17
Section 5
24
Section 6
33
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Jaydene Morrison is a nationally licensed school psychologist who has had multiple experiences with hyperactive children through her work in public schools and in private practice. She has authored two books on ADHA, Coping With ADD/ADHD and I’m Not Sick, Society Is – 5 Steps to Drug-Free ADD/ADHS. She also co-authored Coping With Learning Disabilities. Russell Peterson has taught in both private and public schools in the United States and abroad in India.

Jaydene Morrison is a nationally licensed school psychologist who has had multiple experiences with hyperactive children through her work in public schools and in private practice. She has authored two books on ADHA, Coping With ADD/ADHD and I’m Not Sick, Society Is – 5 Steps to Drug-Free ADD/ADHS. She also co-authored Coping With Learning Disabilities. Russell Peterson has taught in both private and public schools in the United States and abroad in India.

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