Chicken Soup for the Teacher's Soul: Stories to Open the Hearts and Rekindle the Spirits of Educators

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 7, 2012 - Self-Help - 384 pages
Most people recall a teacher or two who had a significant impact on their future. In fact, outside the family unit, teachers have more influence on our lives than anyone else. Good teachers help students believe in themselves with a glimpse of what they might become. They go the extra mile to make learning fun and meaningful, and they inspire students to dream and broaden their horizons. Teachers have the power to change lives.
 

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Nice gift for teachers

User Review  - d7liss - Overstock.com

I like to buy this as a Chanukah gift for my kids teachers. Its a personal meaningful enjoable and affordable way to say that we and others value what they do for our children. The books came quickly and in new condition. No complaints. Read full review

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User Review  - Joles - LibraryThing

I didn't enjoy this book as much as the other Chicken Soup books that I've read. There were many moving passages but there were also a number that didn't do anything for me. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
Once Upon a Time Joan Gozzi Campbell
ANSWERING THE CALL
LOVE IN THE CLASSROOM
A Bear and a Rock Sharon Wilkins
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
A Tribute to Many Uncrowned Kings and Queens Daniel Eckstein Ph D
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Jack Canfield is cocreator of the Chicken Soup for the SoulŽ series, which includes forty New York Times bestsellers, and coauthor of The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be. He is a leader in the field of personal transformation and peak performance and is currently CEO of the Canfield Training Group and Founder and Chairman of the Board of The Foundation for Self-Esteem. An internationally renowned corporate trainer and keynote speaker, he lives in Santa Barbara, California.

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