Eleven-year-old Chris struggles to cope with his older brother Wills's ADHD, especially after Wills begins hanging around with a bad crowd and Chris, aware of his illegal activities, feels he must hide the misdeeds from their recently-separated parents. - (Baker & Taylor)

<div>&#147;There&#8217;s a hurricane smashing, trashing, bashing through our house. CRASH! BANG! WALLOP!&#8221; The hurricane is Wills, Chris&#8217;s thirteen-year-old brother. He has ADHD. Having a brother who causes so much chaos around the house is hard on eleven-year-old Chris. Sometimes Wills acts like he&#8217;s six years younger, sometimes like he&#8217;s only a toddler. He throws food on the floor, has tantrums, and teases Chris relentlessly. And when Chris and Wills&#8217;s dad moves out, everyone feels abandoned. Chris believes he has to be even more supportive towards his mom when sometimes all he wants to do is shout and scream just like Wills. In the wake of his parents&#8217; divorce, Wills starts hanging out with a bad crowd, shoplifting, and not coming home directly after school. When Chris finds a stash of money under Wills&#8217;s mattress, he knows he is up to something bad. It is only when things get truly out of control that the two brothers manage to help each other, and even find some solutions for the problems they share.<p>Sally Grindley captures the difficulties of living with ADHD and divorce, two of today&#8217;s most challenging family issues. Written for a wide audience of young readers, Hurricane Wills provides an honest narrative that balances daily hardship with the optimistic resiliency of a family that&#8217;s just trying to get by.</p></div> - (Norton Pub)

<div><BR>&#147;There&#8217;s a hurricane smashing, trashing, bashing through our house. CRASH! BANG! WALLOP!&#8221; The hurricane is Wills, Chris&#8217;s thirteen-year-old brother. He has ADHD. Having a brother who causes so much chaos around the house is hard on eleven-year-old Chris. Sometimes Wills acts like he&#8217;s six years younger, sometimes like he&#8217;s only a toddler. He throws food on the floor, has tantrums, and teases Chris relentlessly. And when Chris and Wills&#8217;s dad moves out, everyone feels abandoned. Chris believes he has to be even more supportive towards his mom when sometimes all he wants to do is shout and scream just like Wills. In the wake of his parents&#8217; divorce, Wills starts hanging out with a bad crowd, shoplifting, and not coming home directly after school. When Chris finds a stash of money under Wills&#8217;s mattress, he knows he is up to something bad. It is only when things get truly out of control that the two brothers manage to help each other, and even find some solutions for the problems they share.<P>Sally Grindley captures the difficulties of living with ADHD and divorce, two of today&#8217;s most challenging family issues. Written for a wide audience of young readers, Hurricane Wills provides an honest narrative that balances daily hardship with the optimistic resiliency of a family that&#8217;s just trying to get by.</P><BR><BR>Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers&#151;picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a <I>New York Times</I> bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.</div> - (Norton Pub)

<DIV>?There’s a hurricane smashing, trashing, bashing through our house. CRASH! BANG! WALLOP!” The hurricane is Wills, Chris’s thirteen-year-old brother. He has ADHD. Having a brother who causes so much chaos around the house is hard on eleven-year-old Chris. Sometimes Wills acts like he’s six years younger, sometimes like he’s only a toddler. He throws food on the floor, has tantrums, and teases Chris relentlessly. And when Chris and Wills’s dad moves out, everyone feels abandoned. Chris believes he has to be even more supportive towards his mom when sometimes all he wants to do is shout and scream just like Wills. In the wake of his parents’ divorce, Wills starts hanging out with a bad crowd, shoplifting, and not coming home directly after school. When Chris finds a stash of money under Wills’s mattress, he knows he is up to something bad. It is only when things get truly out of control that the two brothers manage to help each other, and even find some solutions for the problems they share.<p>Sally Grindley captures the difficulties of living with ADHD and divorce, two of today’s most challenging family issues. Written for a wide audience of young readers, Hurricane Wills provides an honest narrative that balances daily hardship with the optimistic resiliency of a family that’s just trying to get by.</p></div> - (Perseus Publishing)