Oct 072011
 

Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Casa de Snapdragon LLC (June 21, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0984568174
ISBN-13: 978-0984568178
 
“Adventures of a Substitute Teacher” gives readers a glimpse of the often amusing, frequently hilarious, and always entertaining happenings inside contemporary classrooms. These real life adventures are seen through the eyes of one who loves children, filtered through the imagination of one who relishes humor, and illustrated by the itchy fingers of one who enjoys cartooning. The stories are true, the names are false, and illustrations are exaggerations. A thoroughly delightful read!
I thought this book was interesting. I loved reading from the substitues perspective. I don’t really remember having many subs when I was in school but imagine it can be a little overwhelming for a the teacher who has a different set of kids with each assignment.
The book was a short read and at times humorous. Overall it was an interesting read. I think all students, parents and substitute teachers would enjoy this book.

  2 Responses to “Adventures Of A Substitute Teacher by Tim Kreiter”

  1. I love these types of books that give you an insider's view into a profession … especially one as interesting as as teacher!

  2. I've spent enough time in a classroom to imagine the funny stories that could be written. Sounds like a fun book to read.

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