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Tate’s Big Imagination: A Book About a Child with a Distracted ADHD Mind at School is a children’s book by Jenn L Brown. In this story, Tate is a young boy who is prone to get distracted by his imagination. He isn’t excited about school, as it requires him to pay attention when he would rather think of other things. One day, he makes a promise that he will pay attention in class, and his parents tell him that they will give him a prize if he can have a successful day at school. He tries hard to focus, but his mind wanders away, making him fret that he will break his promise and lose his prize. However, an opportunity to show the effort he’s made is presented by his teacher, and Tate hopes the results of his project will be enough to make his parents proud of him.
Jenn L Brown has written a beautiful book with a well-timed meter. The illustrations are colorful and eye-catching, and they were drawn by illustrator Natlitvinenko who had to overcome many obstacles in the war-torn country of Ukraine to produce her lovely work. Parents, caregivers, and librarians can feel confident about recommending and reading Tate’s Big Imagination to young children. Brown has experience with her children and with the creative youths she helped in reading programs when she volunteered at the library where her mother worked. The story will delight young readers as many children will find that Tate is a kindred spirit. The book will help give readers the confidence to embrace their interests and express them in new ways.