Aiden McGee has a case of "The Actuallys," and he just can't seem to shake it. Everywhere he goes, from the classroom to his home, he can't help but correct others, sometimes on the most trivial of facts. Until one day, a doctor gives him a secret strategy, and it could change everything. Will he keep correcting, or is there a different way?
Parents, School Counselors, Gifted Education Professionals, and others that work with bright children could use a bit of refinement with social skills or manners will love reading this book with their children and students.
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