When Bodola asks his mother’s permission to go alone to the store and buy his favorite snack, chips and pop, his mother agrees because she wants him to learn responsibility and become independent. She worries, though, because Bodola tends to become distracted easily and may forget all about his mission. As predicted, along the way to the store, Bodola becomes so intrigued by all the new and interesting people and places he sees on his journey that he forgets all about promising to go the store and return home “forthwith.” His adventures lead him to ride a train and then a bus that takes him to the airport where he can watch airplanes take off. Fearing that he will become lost, Bodola’s mother follows the bus and the train in her car, hoping to catch up with her son. Finally, Bodola arrives at the airport store, where he finds his mother waiting patiently for him so they can buy chips and pop together and return home. Colorful, cartoon-like, computer-generated illustrations throughout the text show the presence of a wide variety of multicultural children and adults living in Bodola’s world. This book has been produced under the author’s own imprint, Masterpiecefactory Inc., and, as explained by the author (who is himself the parent of a child diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD), describes “the difficult decisions parents of children diagnosed with ADHD are forced to make as their busy and spontaneous mid-graders begin to manifest their desires for independence.” Recommended for parents and interested others who want to learn more about how ADHD presents in some children.