Tyler, Hurry up or you’ll miss the bus // I’m coming!
Button Pusher summarizes 8 years of Tyler Page’s life experience in learning to live with ADHD. The story focuses on pivotal moments and typical examples of ADHD activity throughout middle school and high school. In addition, the book weaves in the story of Tyler’s father’s struggle with ADD.
Why should I read this book?
The graphic novel artfully weaves in plain language full-age explanations of ADHD and ADD in with the story. The narrative is well-written, and uniquely raw and personal as a self-memoir.
Who is this book best for?
Students who may be struggling themselves with ADD or ADHD, or who may know people with the disorders may find the book a innocuous introduction to some of the stories and concepts. Students may see aspects of themselves in the book and be motivated to seek help or further support with mental health.
Challenge Rating: No Challenge
Heads up: Buying via our links may result in us getting a commission. Also, we take your privacy rights seriously. Head here to learn more.