Alexandra Robbins's Reviews > The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth: Popularity, Quirk Theory and Why Outsiders Thrive After High School

The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth by Alexandra Robbins
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it was amazing
Read from April 29, 2011 to January 09, 2012 — I own a copy

To thank you awesome Goodreads friends for the Best Nonfiction win, I'll be giving away FREE COPIES of the new Geeks paperback. Just head on over to facebook.com/authorAlexandraRobbins for a bunch of giveaways over the next week or two. There's a contest up there right now, based on the new Geeks video.

take care!
Alexandra

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message 1: by Meghan (new) - added it

Meghan Wilker Ha! I LOVE that you rated your own book! :)


message 2: by Katie (new) - added it

Katie D Just watched you on "Today" and added your book to my "must read" list. As a former HS Drama geek and mother of two young kids, I look forward to reading your book!


message 3: by Eileen (new) - added it

Eileen I just added it, too. I sub teach middle school, and kids can be very mean at that age. I look forward to reading tour book!


message 4: by Jacob M. (new) - added it

Jacob M. Palmer Fascinating, especially the mirroring behavior of the teachers and students. I wonder how much of the fact that institutional teaching is not merit-based plays a role in attracting teachers of such caliber. Very often tenure is more about popularity than results.


message 5: by Joe (new)

Joe Sounds interesting, especially the role teachers play in the students' educations. I will be disappointed if it presents an argument for merit-based pay (which Jake kind of mentioned). Merit-based pay doesn't equate good teachers, it means there are better students.


Eric Baxley I read this when I was going through a pretty hard time in my life. It kind of let me know who I truly was. Thank you sooo much Ms. Robbins!


Brian The "reveal" about Regan was very well executed and, I dare say, a bit unfair to your poor unsuspecting readers.


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