Adventures in Teaching: A Chronicle of a Semi-Ordinary Man As He Explores the Fast-Paced, Action-Packed, Exhilarating, and Often Dangerous World of Modern Education: Animal Tales
Eric Setzler, Texas State award-winning educator and writer, wrote a weekly column "Adventures in Teaching" for the Midland Reporter Telegram, in Midland, Texas, hometown of President George W. Bush. His stories are humorous and touching and highlight the important role that animals can play in enriching our lives in school and at home. He also shares valuable insight into the world of public education. Join the fun and read Adventures in Teaching!
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