Meet Jetty. She is just starting fourth grade. Jetty likes: karate, cartwheels, reading, and cookie dough ice cream. Jetty dislikes: girlie girls, anything pink, and writing in complete sentences!

Jetty writes about these things as well as her recent ADHD diagnosis in her journal. Although starting fourth grade with ADHD is tough — with new rules, more schoolwork, and new classmates — Jetty is able to see the bright side as she works with her parents, teacher, and doctor to find a happy medium where she can feel like herself!

About the Author

Jeanne Kraus has worked in the Broward County School System for over 30 years as an elementary reading specialist, classroom teacher, and gifted teacher. Her special expertise is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Her lifelong interest was inspired by her son, Cory, who at six years old was diagnosed with ADHD.

Mrs. Kraus is a frequent speaker at schools, conferences, and workshops for parents, teachers, and children.

She has written two other books published by Magination Press: Cory Stories: A Kid's Book About Living With ADHD and Annie's Plan: Taking Charge of Schoolwork and Homework.

She lives in Tamarac, Florida.

About the Illustrator
Sandra Kimbell has been doodling and creating artwork since childhood. She finds great pleasure in using her talent on projects that encourage and enrich the lives of others (particularly children).
Reviews & Awards

Get Ready for Jetty is also an excellent book to read in class to raise awareness of different types of learners and make other children aware of the various challenges that other students may have. Understanding and relating to Jetty’s perspective can make our children more empathetic and open minded. As parents and educators, I think we can raise more open minded and accepting children by being non-judgmental and educating them about all different learning differences.
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