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The Reviews …

Jill Shea, Teacher …

 11035312_1389150848067482_6426104194267660390_n“I am so happy that I am the first to write a review on Ferguson’s book because I loved it. Ferguson takes a common sense approach to describe typical occurrences in typical classrooms across America. Middle school, high school, East coast and West coast experiences are reported and anyone, especially teachers, can relate to them. He doesn’t need pedagogy or pedanticism. His stories just cut to the chase and explain themselves, delightfully, or depending, disturbingly. My only wish is that there were more stories. As a side note, I think Mr. Ferguson’s insights should be shared in college educational programs. Student teachers would not only be enlightened but expectant that anything can happen.”

Ruth Browne, Humanitarian …

RUTHIE“From this brief sketch I learned more about public school teachers than from some of the tomes I’ve read. It contained simple practical advice, like how important just the arrangement of classroom seating can be. The poignant short short stories were revealing, showing the human side of what goes on behind the scenes.”

Cynthia Parchment, Art Teacher …

PARCHMENT“What a delightful fun memory filled story book! Love the way your sentences flow and paint the picture. I knew those people. I knew those kids. I knew that world, it’s stresses, it’s highs and lows. And like the character who loved teaching and never regretted a moment, still I am glad I’m on the other side of that coin. I still think of that kid that I was sure wouldn’t make it and did. And the one I thought would be great and lost the way. And like all good teachers, hope I made a difference somehow. I am sending the book to my daughter who is in her 6th year of teaching. I’d Love to read more. You are a gifted writer as well as an artist. Totally jealous!”

Lillian Swanson, English Teacher …

SWANSON“Sometimes I don’t even get to read your articles. Today I did read and commented and it was let through, so you will read it. I had wanted you to write for Kindle because your writing is superior. The course you might look at is Project Life Mastery. I think it a wonderful course.”

Kathleen Wells, Teacher & principal …

KWELLS 1Public School Teachers… An Inside Look, is a book that only a seasoned educator will truly appreciate. We all have our similar experiences and we certainly have known a few of these personalities. Brings back a few memories, some good, some bad. I am a retired teacher and principal so I’ve seen it all… on both levels. I think the book is well written and worth reading while you’re having your morning coffee or tea. You won’t be disappointed.

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