A Teacher Like You
Teachers have the power to change the life of a child with every new school day. Whether they're discovering math or reading, practicing a new instrument or a new sport, or learning about our wonderful, diverse world, students can count on the kindness, innovation, and patience of a teacher. This is a wonderful celebration of all the ways teachers help their student's bloom.
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 2|
|Reading Level||Grade 1|
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|Publisher||Sleeping Bear Press|
|Available Formats||Hardcover (9781534111134), PDF (9781534179011), Hosted ebook (9781534179165)|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Dimensions||9 x 11|
The Seattle Book Review - A Teacher Like You
“This book spoke to my heart because I have been a schoolteacher, bible class teacher and now I’m a parent and homeschool teacher. This just felt like a big hug reminding me that whether in the classroom or at home what I do is important. I think it’s a great message for kids too … Age Recommendation: Three to one-hundred years old.”
The Tiny Activist - A Teacher Like You
“This book is the third installment of the “A _____ Like You” series, and once again the story knocks it out of the park! The narrative flows from page to page, discussing the impact and originality of every teacher.”
Maya's Book Nook - A Teacher Like You
“Think about every amazing teacher you’ve ever had and you will see something they did reflected in this book. Every sentence celebrates the wisdom, joy, love, and nurturing characteristics of the teachers who contributed to us becoming the adults we are today. Add in a personal note from your child and this will be a gift teachers will always treasure.”
Author: Frank Murphy
A graduate of Rutgers University, Frank is currently a second grade teacher in the Council Rock School District in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Frank lives in Holland, Pennsylvania, and has two sons, Griffin and Chase.
Author: Barbara Dan
Illustrator: Kayla Harren
Kayla Harren is the author and illustrator of Mary Had a Little Lizard, and the illustrator of a number of other projects, including Hannah's Tall Order and The Boy Who Grew a Forest: The True Story of Jadav Payeng. She lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.