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The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids


reviewed by Jessica Nina Lester December 09, 2013

coverTitle: The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids
Author(s): Carolyn Dalgliesh
Publisher: Touchstone Books, New York
ISBN: 1451664281, Pages: 272, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: December 09, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17353, Date Accessed: 4/18/2014 9:57:51 PM

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  • Jessica Lester
    Indiana University
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    JESSICA NINA LESTER is an Assistant Professor of Inquiry Methodology at Indiana University. Her research is positioned at the intersection of discourse studies, disability studies, and cultural studies in education. She has been recently published in the Peabody Journal of Education and Qualitative Inquiry.
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