Mrs. Gorski, I think I have the wiggle fidgets
Source:Esham, Barbara. Adventures of everyday geniuses, Mainstream Connections, Volume 1st, Perry Hall, MD, p.29 (2008)
Call Number:Cubb Curr PS3605 .S53 M77 2008
Keywords:Anxiety--Fiction, Anxiety--Juvenile fiction, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder--Fiction, Attention-deficit-disordered children--Juvenile fiction, Cognitive styles in children, Hyperactive children--Juvenile fiction, Learning disabilities--Fiction, Learning disabled children--Juvenile fiction, Self-esteem--Juvenile fiction
Summary: David Sheldon finds it difficult to pay attention and follow directions. His teacher, Mrs. Gorski, has had enough of David's brainstorms, but David "brainstorms" a way to manage his "wiggle fidgets."