I read a book named Percy Jackson and the Olympians. In this book, the main character named Percy who has ADHD, make choices. And there were good choices but bad choices also. I picked one choice that Percy made wrong.
On chapter 1, Percy pushed Nancy because she dumped her half-eaten lunch on Grover. Mrs. Dodds, his algebra teacher, called Percy and went inside the museum and turned into monster. The pen turned to sword. With that sword, Percy made Mrs. Dodds vaporize. And when he said this to classmates, but they said there is no teacher named Mrs. Dodds.
After this incident, every bad thing happened to him. He expelled from school. He was troublemaker so he expelled from Yancy Academy. Now he expelled 6 times and he is 6th grade. Also, he heard Mr. Brunner and Grover talking. They said they need to make sure Percy is alive until he moves to new school on fall. That means he could die before he moves to a new school. On chapter 4, he meets bull man, Minotaur, and Percy’s mom l died. And Percy is in danger. He’s stepfather, Gabe, act bad. He loves money than Percy’s mom and Percy. But Percy’s mom loves Percy, so he relies on his mom but mom that Percy loves died.
The one wrong choice made this situation. So, I want to tell Percy to lower his anger. He needs to think before he do/say something. When he wanted to push Nancy but think what will happen next and feel this will have bad result, doesn’t push her, these things were not happened and live happily with his mom. And, he needs to think positively, act positively, say positively. Percy needs to exercise or spent time outside. Also, sometimes ADHD can be controlled by medicine too. I prefer him to go to hospital and treat well. This could be better.
To conclude, in the book named Percy Jackson and the Olympians, I chose one example that Percy made a bad choice and the result of that. I chose when Percy pushed Nancy. After this the bad things happened to Percy. And I want to give him a solution. The solution was think before he do/say something, think, act, say positively, and he need to exercise or spent time outside.