Just Another Kid: Each Was a Child No One Could Reach! Until One Amazing Teacher Embraced Them All
2 journalers for this copy...
Need to clear out the Torey Hayden books to make some space. I will read them again before I set them free.
Journal Entry 2
Sandhurst, Berkshire United Kingdom on Tuesday, November 29, 2011
This is the one Hayden book where the kids take a back seat. An adult has the attention of the reader. Ladbrooke is a woman with alot of problems. Her panic at social situations I can understand as I hate talking or touching strangers, small talk is a big problem for me and she has this problem but times 10! So I feel bad for her. Her life is just sad. I was more interested in her than the kids in the class. The kids didn't seem to make much progress in this class compared to the other kids she has written about. Some of them have happy endings though. You will enjoy this if you've liked her other books.
Journal Entry 3
By Mail, A RABCK -- Controlled Releases on Tuesday, December 13, 2011
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Granting wishes and keeping them moving!
Journal Entry 4
Heemstede, Noord-Holland Netherlands on Friday, December 16, 2011
Wow. The postman who always brings nice stuff came at my door so I said, "you probably have something for my neighbour? No he answered it is for you". I was surprised to say the least and I of course opened the package immediately.......To find a wish list book in there!
One I have been wanting to read for quite a while now. I always enjoy Torey Hayden's books. yes they are sad but she always fights for the children in her care.
Thank you so much for this lovely RABCK Red Foxy! I will write a JE once I've read it to let you know my thoughts on the book. Big Hug.