From Publishers Weekly
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From School Library Journal
Lynn Nutwell, Fairfax City Regional Library, VA
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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I have followed Torey Hayden's teaching career from the beginning. Each year her teaching methods srrm to evolve as she is met with a new group of students. Read morePublished 18 days ago by laura hely
I read this book from time to time, it's truly heartening and also tragic. It makes you feel so much for the characters and appreciate the life you do have.Published 1 month ago
Amazing story of a teacher who never gave up on her special needs students. Also the sad story how about social services and police dropped the ball with one child.Published 2 months ago by Rhoda W.
I love this author's books. I am a teacher that is also interested in solving children's many problems in the classroom.Published 8 months ago by Linda Zikes
A very sad, but true, story of the abuse some children face every day. This book was one I did not want to stop reading until the end. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
a vey heartwarming story about a teacher of a special needs student who has severe mental problems. The teacher has to learn to go inside the child's personal life and home life... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Betty Cohran