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Caroline Janover
 
1.   Josh: A Boy with Dyslexia
Written by
Caroline Janover
Josh struggles to live down the stigma of his learning disability (dyslexia), and receive both respect and friendship from his peers.
[Grade Level: 3 - 6]
 
2.   The Worst Speller in Jr. High
Caroline Janover (Author), Rosemary Wallner (Illustrator)
Starting out in the seventh grade, Katie Kelso finds herself trying to cope with her dyslexia and forms a friendship with a very bright boy at school, while she and her family deal with her mother's cancer diagnosis.
[Grade Level: 3 - 6]
 
3.   Zipper, the Kid with ADHD
Caroline Janover (Author), Richard J. Powell (Illustrator)
Zach, a fifth-grader who has attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, has trouble concentrating and controlling himself until a retired jazz musician who believes in him gives him the motivation to start trying to do better.
[Grade Level: 2 - 6]
 
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