July 22

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I’ve found that so many “teacher books” are high on theory, low on practicality. Not so with Linda’s book. She describes situations that I’ve seen playing out in my classroom time and again, and then applies a Biblical principle to that situation. But the great thing is, she doesn’t stop there. She goes on to give very practical advice about what to say, what to do, and how to follow through….wish I could have read this after my student teaching!


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