Walking Trees: Portraits of Teachers and Children in the Culture of Schools (Large Print / Paperback)

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One September, Ralph Fletcher entered the world of the New York City public school as a staff developer for the Teachers College Writing Project. Walking Trees is the dramatic story of how he survived the wrenching highs and lows of that school year.

Beautifully written, alternately funny and poignant, sad and angry, the book offers an authentic portrait of life in the city's schools. The stories and unforgettable characters in this book - the principals, teachers, and children Fletcher worked with - give Walking Trees a novelistic quality in which the enormous difficulties of staff development in an urban setting are woven together with events in the greater world.

Walking Trees re-creates a world in which all of us who have ever spent time in a school will instantly be able to recognize.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780435081218
ISBN-10: 0435081217
Large Print: Yes
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
Publication Date: May 1995
Pages: 238
Language: English