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Sometimes, people have a hard time with impulse control. This can happen due to several reasons, but it is especially prevalent in children suffering from ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, sensory processing disorder, and other similar conditions. The Princess Who Can't Sit Still by Cherise Hurt is a story of a child who suffers from one such affliction. Nora is a princess who has the best life. A happy child otherwise, Nora's only problem is that she can't sit still. She is a good kid who always listens to her elders, except sometimes when she is told to stay still because Nora feels better when she is moving. She thinks better, and she hears better when she is active. But what will she do when the teacher asks her to sit still in school?
A short and sweet story about a little girl overcoming her odds, The Princess Who Can't Sit Still is an inspirational tale that parents will love to read to their kids. Cherise Hurt's accessible and fun writing style perfectly captures the wholesomeness of the story and is bound to put a smile on your face. Nora is an adorable child you can't help but sympathize with. Despite her struggles to stay still, she displays a curious and happy outlook toward life that fills you with hope and shows the pure nature of the heart of a child. All in all, this is a brilliant book to introduce to kids who may face the same challenges as Nora in their everyday lives.