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D. Ed Hoggatt

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D. Ed. Hoggatt is an award-winning fourth grade teacher. He taught in Oklahoma City during the terrorist bombing of 1995, and in Joplin, Missouri, during the tornado and recovery of 2011. His experiences at these locations are reflected in two of his books - Crumbling Spirit and Out of the Wind.

In There's No Busyness Like School Busyness, Hoggatt shares opinion, reflection, and vision to help teachers teachers improve their craft and thrive in the stressful world of education.

Mr. Hoggatt is a former newspaper editor. He currently enjoys preaching for churches of Christ when called to do so, and visiting schools to make history and writing presentations.

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OK, maybe we can get ahead of this thing. In a month or so, the big corporations are going to start something that is unacceptable, and you can be a part of the solution. They want to profit on lies, and the American people fall for it again and again. That's right, I'm talking about pumpkin spice.

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Description: It is a warm spring day. Graduation just ended. Then suddenly, “This is a tornado warning, in effect for Jasper and Newton Counties…” It’s May 22, 2011. The deadliest, most damaging tornado in 50 years is about to tear into Joplin, Missouri. Written from multiple points of view, D. Ed. Hoggatt’s novel will tug at the reader’s emotions and spirit. Join Carly, Madison, Hailey, Mark, and William on their incredible journey…Out of the Wind. This book includes five pages of exclusive photos of the Joplin tornado recovery. Picture KIND WORDS FOR Out of the Wind: "I enjoyed reading this book very much. I felt as if I was actually there experiencing what the people of Joplin went through. The characters felt like real people telling about their real experiences...I became invested in the lives of the characters and in the city of Joplin. I wish I could have gone there to help with relief efforts...I thought the author did a great job of conveying his love of the city and its people." "Thank you for writing 'our' story. It is important to remember and document for future generations. [Out of the Wind] was very thoughtfully and skillfully crafted." "I read it in one and a half days. I absorbed it! It was so...personal." "I couldn't put it down." Visit my author website at hoggatt.weebly.com . Purchase the book or Kindle edition from Amazon.
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“When people say we don't want to reinvent the wheel, I stop listening: I want to reinvent the wheel!”
D. Ed Hoggatt

“It's better to be a little behind than a big behind.”
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“It's better to be a little behind than a big behind.”
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“When people say we don't want to reinvent the wheel, I stop listening: I want to reinvent the wheel!”
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“Too many people live vicariously through popular performers, arrogant actors, and obnoxious athletes, instead of living vicariously living through their children as God intended.

More importantly, do we live vicariously through others, rather than allowing Jesus to live vicariously through us?”
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