I loved both of Rafe Esquith's books and am re reading just in case I missed an idea that can be used.
His book is readable, interesting, and inspiring and is to be recommended for teachers, parents, and anyone interested in education.
No, his methods are not the wave of the future for educational reform or methods that would often work elsewhere.
After hearing rave reviews of Mr. Esquith's books, I was excited to have time to read this book over a long weekend. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by ng92
If you as a teacher ever wonder if you are doing enough, Rafe will inevitably make you feel like you are not but will give you the opportunity to renew the fire that got you into... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rebekah Teusink
This a great book with loads of information on how to teach young children in a fun way. I would recommend it to any teacher. Rafe is an amazing teacher.Published 5 months ago by SParr
After reading this text I was filled with optimism. I cannot wait to begin my years as an early childhood educator with Rafe's advice to carry me through. Rafe is my Atticus.Published 6 months ago by J Taylor OT
I had to read this for my college class, I was a little worried at first that I wouldn't like it. But I loved it!! I would recommend for anyone who cares about children!Published 11 months ago by Amanda
This book is well written and describes the difficulties of a first year teacher, it is strongly recommended for new teachers or those going into education.Published 12 months ago by Andre Springman
I love reading a book whose author is passionate about his subject.
The book is encouraging, uplifting and funny. Read more
Rafe Esquith puts his heart and soul into teaching and helps disadvantaged students to understand that they have to work hard in order to have the same opportunities as those more... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Andrew Finch