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review 2018-09-08 01:11
How Can This Be Happening In America?
A Teacher's Story: The Attempted Character Assassination of a Gifted Teacher - Eardine Reeves Lee

An incredible story of one teacher's experiences teaching elementary school. Raised in the south, while dealing with the racism of the area, the author works her way through college to become a teacher. Taking her first job in Ohio, she excels. Then her husband's job transfer takes her back to the south, where she finds that racism and sexism is still alive and thriving. My God, how can there be people who are still so ignorant and prejudiced in America today? It truly sickens me what the author went through. How, in today's world, can a school principal and his cronies go on an excursion to rank all of the teacher's looks on a scale of 1-10, and post the rankings on the classroom doors? Incredible.
The author, despite all she experiences, never gives up. She relies on her faith and strength of conviction to continue to teach.
There are so, so many great quotes in this book. I must have highlighted a hundred or more! But I won't ruin any readers experience by sharing them in this review. 
In the end, the author gives lists of advice for teachers, students, administrators, and parents. We would all be better people if we could each try to practice the ideas in our lives!

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review 2018-08-25 13:26
Unwritten Law - Eden Finley

Law is used to helping his twin Anders, break up with whomever he is dating.  His brother has a lot of issues and Law is just now learning he does too.  Now he is practically drooling over someone who thinks he is his brother.


Reed is new to the area and has to work with Law, even though he is starting to get feelings for Anders.  He is getting confused and is not sure how to react since he is attracted to both of them since they are obviously twins.


I loved the story and felt the slow burn was very real.  The characters were a good fit and the story touched on subjects that some would never pull off, yet in this story it works well.  I was eagerly turning each page and cannot wait to read this authors next work.  I give this book a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!



***This ARC was given in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2018-07-31 14:27
My Teacher Is a Monster! (No, I Am Not.) - Peter Brown
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

I love the concept of this book. The changing perspectives is great. It reminds me of Mike Thaler's The (insert person here) from the Black Lagoon series. Very entertaining and creative. I love how the teacher progressively becomes more human as Bobby gets to know her outside of school. Great concept. 

The book also has wonderful illustrations. I really enjoyed them. Very fun. 

This is an entertaining book that works on multiple levels. It can be enjoyed by kids who are too young to understand the full depth of the story as well as older kids. This will work with a variety of children. 

Great book.
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Ashtanga- Best Yoga Teacher Training in India

The Vinyasa is one of the most reputed yoga teacher training schools in India. They are well featured with the effective residential yoga courses in India. Their Ashtanga yoga teacher training India is registered with the Yoga Alliance USA and Yoga Alliance International and this yoga teacher training school hold the global recognition of being a quality class register yoga school. They also provide 200 hour, 300 hour and 500 hour yoga teacher training programs of trademarked distinction. Being a popular foundation, they give the consistent dedication and support to reach out the top quality of yoga to each and every yoga participants. During the yoga instructor training India, they usually conduct the yoga TTC scholarship program.




This yoga teacher training can take pleasure in accepting the students as consider as their family. They offer a friendly environment and welcoming nature of teachers to the visitors. During the yoga training, they provide clean as well as comfortable surroundings with the entire facilities for the modern yogis. The fantastic ashram style atmosphere is full of compassion and love for the students. The well being and health of students is their main concern. They make a friendly surrounding as you obtain to know your beneficiary students. Definitely, all the teachers and staffs create this ashram style location so unique. Apart from this yoga teacher training, they also encourage the yogis to learn different subjects of yoga such as,

  • Hatha yoga
  • Pranayama
  • Meditation and more

Why choose yoga teacher training India?


The major reason to choose this yoga teacher training India is dedicated to uphold the high levels of education as well as service. They specially designed this yoga teacher training school to safeguard the traditional and ancient values of yoga. This school has lots of different courses in the most exclusive and inclusive way. The efficient path of yoga is also sharpening in tradition that has been educating as well as growing the spiritual awareness and mindfulness practices.


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Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School 

Village Ghughtayni Talli, Ward No-5, Upper Tapovan, Off Badrinath Road, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249192 


Phone: +91-995 867 2399 


Email: rishikeshvinyasayogaschool@gmail.com 


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