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Samantha Abeel canÂ’t tell time, remember her locker combination, or count out change at a checkout counterÂ—and sheÂ’s in seventh grade. For a straight-A student like Samantha, problems like these make no sense. She dreads school and begins having anxiety attacks. When in her thirteenth winter sheÂ’s diagnosed with a learning disability, she discovers sheÂ’s stronger than she ever thought possible.
Samantha Abeel was a gifted child who excelled at language arts, yet she often had trouble with seemingly simple math problems. In her seventh-grade creative writing class, Samantha found refuge from the endless classes focused on math, measurements and algebra. When her parents enlisted the aid of an English teacher to help Samantha focus on her strength by creating writing assignments to be critiqued, she began the project that would become her first book, Reach for the Moon.