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Tuesday 21 Nov 2017

Author’s books teach kids about autism

By Karen Meyer

October 23, 2011 (CHICAGO) (WLS) — Author Motesem ”Moe” Mansur, 25, knows first hand what it is like to be autistic, and his talent continues to amaze many people.

In the library at Woodgate School, located in south suburban Matteson, fourth and fifth graders listened to Moe read from his book, Teddy Turbine: A Quarterback with Autism.

“It’s about a sixth grader that nobody understood because he had autism, and everybody rejected him until he decided to try out for his school football team, and everything changed. He had talents in football, and he used them and he proved a whole school wrong about autism,” the author said.

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