No Grown-ups Allowed (Cul-de-sac Kids, #4)
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No Grown-ups Allowed (Cul-de-sac Kids #4)

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  71 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Jason Birchall can't wait for Valentine's Day. His parents are going away for the weekend, and Grandma is coming! Jason has big plans. Will he be able to sneak some of his mother's yummy valentine chocolates? Can he trick Grandma into allowing him to change his bedtime?
Paperback, 80 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by Bethany House Publishers (first published July 28th 1995)
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Kristine Pratt
I think every kid who has to take daily medicine will understand this book.

Tired of being different, and tired of being told to always take his pills for ADD, and tired of following all the rules that go with that, Jason finally rebels. When his parents go out of town he takes matters into his own hands. And manages to mess up everything.

A good book about consequences of actions, and learning that rules are there for a reason. I'd recommend this book, especially for kids with ADD & ADHD. And...more
Mandy Hoffman
When Jason's parents go away for the weekend, he decides to try and pull some fast ones on his grandmother. However, when he doesn't take his medacine things begin to get a little out of control.

This is a great book for kids to read on their own or with a parent. It's recommended for ages 7-10. I read it to my 4 and 6 year old girls and they liked it but I did have to skip over some of the more scary parts for my younger child. (when Jason watches the scary movie.)
Barb G
Terrible book. About a sneaky, lying boy with ADD who stays up after his Grandma has gone to bed to watch a scary movie that was described a little too scary. Sorry I didn't read this one first before reading it to my son.
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