Among schoolchildren

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Thorndike Press, 1990 - Education - 498 pages
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Chronicles the dedication and perseverence of fifth-grade teacher Chris Zajac of Holyoke, Massachusetts, in her effort to educate the economically and emotionally deprived urban children in her classroom

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Among schoolchildren

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Many readers have come to expect that anything authored by Kidder ( House, LJ 8/85; Soul of a New Machine, LJ 8/81) will be of high merit. This latest nonfiction work is no exception. It tells in ... Read full review

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Is it a novel? Or is it a true history of one Chris Zajak, who teaches in the Flats of Holyoke, MA? In order to write this, Tracy Kidder, himself, must have once taught public elementary school... or his wife did. Astonishingly good so far. Read full review


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