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A Day in the Life of a Teacher (First Facts: Community Helpers at Work)

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This book follows an elementary school teacher through the work day, and describes the occupation and what the job requires.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Capstone Press(MN) (first published 2000)
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Kerri Harshaw
This book goes through the day in the teacher's eyes. The book is set up in a question/answer format. Each page asks a question and gives an answer about what the teacher does during each part of her day. A good non-fictional text for teachers to read to younger students during the first few days of school.
Cute book to show what it is like to be a teacher. The book is written in question / answer format as the teacher goes on throughout her day.
Stacy Vance
Read this book during community helpers week. It was to long for my kindergarteners.
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I live in South Dakota with my husband and my two boys. I also have a dog named Quincy.

I usually do my writing on my laptop at the dining room table. Or I use the computer in my office.

I love writing nonfiction books because I learn all sorts of interesting things about our world.

I hope you read some of my books and learn, too. Maybe you will even get an idea for something you'd like to write!
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