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Schoolteacher by Dan C. Lortie

Title Schoolteacher
Author Dan C. Lortie
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release 2020-05-21
Category Education
Total Pages 308
ISBN 022677323X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Upon its initial publication, many reviewers dubbed Dan C. Lortie's Schoolteacher the best social portrait of the profession since Willard Waller's classic The Sociology of Teaching. This new printing of Lortie's classic—including a new preface bringing the author's observations up to date—is an essential view into the world and culture of a vitally important profession.

Title Romancing the Schoolteacher
Author Mary Davis
Publisher Harlequin
Release 2015-03-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 192
ISBN 037348772X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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BRIDGET GREENE HIDES IN PLAIN SIGHT Escaping her father's unreasonable demands, Bridget flees to a remote mining town far from all she knows. To her surprise, her schoolhouse becomes her refuge. When a new family arrives in town, Bridget feels a special bond with the two adorable children—and their handsome widowed father. Lindley Thompson is on a mission he can't reveal to anyone, let alone the lovely schoolteacher who's caught his eye. His children are flourishing under Bridget's maternal touch, and Lindley's heart is healing, too. But when their carefully hidden secrets come to light, will true love be enough to overcome all obstacles?

The Amish Schoolteacher by Jerry Eicher

Title The Amish Schoolteacher
Author Jerry Eicher
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2020-07-07
Category Fiction
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1680996339
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What will it take for Mary to let go of her pride and see Marcus for who he really is? A swift and heartwarming Amish romance, full of misunderstandings, tragedy, and the sweet satisfaction of young love. Mary Wagler arrives in Adams County, Ohio for the new school term, ready to begin her duties teaching eighteen students at the little one room schoolhouse. Marcus Yoder, who lives next door with his widowed mother and his six younger siblings, is assigned the task of meeting the new arrival at the bus station. He is to transport Mary in his buggy to where she will board at Leon and Lavina Hochstetler’s home. Mary is sure Marcus has volunteered for the task to make an early play on her affections and dreads the nuisance he will be in the coming weeks. Mary opens her first day of school with a firm determination. She will make a solid contribution to this small Amish community nestled on the banks of the Ohio River. When Marcus stops by occasionally to greet his younger siblings after school, Mary is convinced he felt snubbed by her lack of interest in his early affection, and that he's hanging around to critique her every move and make the school term miserable for her. When sickness sweeps through the school, Marcus comes to Mary's aid. Mary blames herself for handling the challenge poorly, and is surprised by Marcus's gentle response. Perhaps he's not quite the nuisance she thought he was. But she's been so rude to him that surely he's no longer interested in her friendship. Or could she be wrong . . . again?

Title The Rancher and the Schoolteacher
Author
Publisher Harlequin
Release 2012
Category Man-woman relationships
Total Pages 360
ISBN 0373365667
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cilla Prescott has one priority in her life, her preschool in Glory, Alberta. It's rewarding work and she loves it, but it leaves little time for romance, which is just fine by Cilla. Not so fine for rancher Jeremiah Blake. Jeremiah has decided to take courtship and marriage more seriously, and he's convinced Cilla is the woman for him. Now he just has to convince Cilla. But this cowboy is up for the challenge, even if it takes a bachelor auction and some crafty scheming to do it.

Title The Schoolteacher of Saint Michel inspired by real acts of resistance a heartrending story of one woman s courage in WW2
Author Sarah Steele
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2021-06-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 1472270118
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The war taught her to fight. The children taught her to hope... Inspired by real acts of bravery and resistance, The Schoolteacher of Saint Michel is a heartrending and deeply moving story of one woman's courage and sacrifice during World War II, from the USA Today bestselling author of The Missing Piece of Nancy Moon. This exquisitely beautiful novel is perfect for readers of The Rose Code by Kate Quinn, The Postmistress, Lilac Girls and The Girl from Vichy. 'A beautifully worked tale of bravery, woven into the reality of a time we can't forget' Mandy Robotham, author of The Berlin Girl 'An emotional, beautifully constructed read. I loved the way the clues from the past and present slowly knitted together, answering the questions that had been missing their answers for so long' Sunday Times bestselling author Jill Mansell 'Gripping, at times heartbreaking, but ultimately uplifting, I found this beautifully written novel impossible to put down' Sunday Times bestselling author Katie Fforde 'My darling girl, I need you to find someone for me . . .' France, 1942. At the end of the day, the schoolteacher releases her pupils. She checks they have their identity passes, and warns them not to stop until the German guards have let them through the barrier that separates occupied France from Free France. As the little ones fly across the border and into their mothers' arms, she breathes a sigh of relief. No one is safe now. Not even the children. Berkshire, present day. A letter left to her by her beloved late grandmother Gigi takes Hannah Stone on a journey deep into the heart of the Dordogne landscape. As she begins to unravel a forgotten history of wartime bravery and sacrifice, she discovers the heartrending secret that binds her grandmother to a village schoolteacher, the remarkable Lucie Laval . . . 'An engaging tale of courage and friendship. A triumph!' Gill Paul 'Evocative writing and the storytelling is masterful. It really draws the reader in' Felicity Hayes-McCoy 'A gripping journey about the quiet triumphs and breathtaking courage of so many women in wartime' Jane Bailey Readers ADORE The Schoolteacher of Saint Michel: 'I loved this book, I finished reading it on VE Day. It is certainly a fitting tribute to the everyday people in France who resisted the German occupation in WW2. 5 stars' 'Absolutely fabulous. Highly recommend this. I've read The Missing Pieces of Nancy Moon - this is even better' 'Such a poignant story and beautiful characters. I can highly recommend this book' 'A lovely book, by turns emotional, exciting and heart-rending. The story is beautifully told. A book that will stay with me. Definitely recommended, particularly to anyone with an interest in World War II historical novels' 'A lovely story of courage and hope at a time of extreme adversity. Wonderfully written, descriptive and poignant. This one is special' 'Sheer escapism, beautifully written. I highly recommend it'

Memoirs of a Country Schoolteacher by Beverly Haskins Reyner

Title Memoirs of a Country Schoolteacher
Author Beverly Haskins Reyner
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release 2013-06-06
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 245
ISBN 1483637816
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The authors experience as a teacher; curriculum writer; and poet have provided her with the background for this, her first volume, MEMOIRS OF A COUNTRY SCHOOLTEACHER. Beverly Haskins Reyner is a graduate of Calvin College and The University of Michigan. She lives with her husband Freal in Quincy, Michigan.

Schoolteacher and Saint by Pascal P. Parente

Title Schoolteacher and Saint
Author Pascal P. Parente
Publisher
Release 1954
Category Religion
Total Pages 170
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lucy Filippini (Italian: Santa Lucia Filippini) (January 13, 1672 - March 25, 1732). With Rose Venerini to train school teachers, she co-founded the Pious Teachers, a group dedicated to the education of girls. The young ladies of Montefuscione were taught domestic arts, weaving, embroidering, reading, and Christian doctrine. Twelve years later the Cardinal devised a set of rules to guide Lucy and her followers in the religious life. Fifty-two schools were established during Lucy's lifetime. In 1930,Lucy Filippini was declared a Saint of the Church, and given the last available niche in the Basilica of Saint Peter in Rome.

Report of the Working Group on Schoolteacher Numbers and Deployment in the Longer Term by Great Britain. Working Group on Schoolteacher Numbers and Deployment in the Longer Term

Title Report of the Working Group on Schoolteacher Numbers and Deployment in the Longer Term
Author Great Britain. Working Group on Schoolteacher Numbers and Deployment in the Longer Term
Publisher
Release 1986
Category Teachers
Total Pages 65
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Sunday school teacher
Author John Todd
Publisher
Release 1838
Category Christian education
Total Pages 313
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Sunday School Teacher
Author
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Release 1875
Category Sunday school teachers
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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