Special-education teacher writes book to empower students

04/30/2010 | Sun Journal (New Bern, N.C.)

A North Carolina special-education preschool teacher was inspired by one of her students who has autism to write a book to help children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and other special needs stay focused during class. Stephanie Poindexter wrote and self-published "Octavious and his Busy Tentacles," whose main character has ADHD, to help empower students to help themselves be successful in school.

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