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|Material Type:||Elementary and junior high school, Fiction|
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|Target Audience:||Lexile: 780.|
|Description:||189 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||The science un-fair --
Good-bye, adios, chow chow --
The mother load --
Playing ketchup --
Alva and Edison --
Breathe in, breathe out --
Brain storm --
Dead (or at least mortally wounded) end --
KISS me, you fool --
George Washingtons cross the Delaware --
Change of plans --
Unwind and rewind.
* "Move over, Joey Pigza! Here comes another exceptional spokesman for people with learning disabilities. . . . Because Eddy is such an endearing character who clearly explains his thinking and
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Readers with an interest in Asperger's Syndrome will enjoy this book.
Eddy has Asperger's Syndrome. He is brilliant when it comes to anything related to science and math, but can't read the expressions on people's faces. On top of it, he has difficulty figuring out who is true friends are. In the book Eddy figures out what to do when the school crossing guard is laid...
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