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Mister TeacherHim smile one makes him sad and one is destined to change his life forever This is from nine year old Sebastian suffering from leukaemia in the local hospital who writes a heartbreaking letter addressed to 'Mister Teacher' Jack tries to help and so begins a journey through the seasons of Yorkshire life in which the school is the natural centre of the communityThere's a colourful cast of characters who accompany Jack through the ups and

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[EPUB] ✺ Mister Teacher By Jack Sheffield – Citybreakscheap.co.uk It's 1978 and Jack Sheffield begins his second year as headmaster of a small village primary school in North Yorkshire There are three letters on his desk one makes him smile one makes him sad and oneEPUB Mister Teacher By Jack Sheffield Citybreakscheapcouk It's 1978 and Jack Sheffield begins his second year as headmaster of a small village primary school in North Yorkshire There are three letters on his desk one makes him smile one makes him sad and one It's and Jack Sheffield begins his second year as headmaster of a small village primary school in North Yorkshire There are three letters on his desk one makes

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Downs of the school year including Vera the school secretary who worships Margaret Thatcher and whose greatest ambition is to become President of the Women's Institute; Ruby the stone caretaker who sings like Julie Andrews; and Dorothy the coffee shop assistant who is desperate to be Wonder Woman Most of all there is the lovely Beth Henderson a teacher from a nearby school who with her sister Laura presents Jack with an unexpected dilemm

reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Jack Sheffield born Jack Linley is a British author who wrote a series of books of fiction about the headmaster of a village school in a fictional Yorkshire village The stories are set from the late s to the early s and attempt to portray life in Yorkshire as it was at that timeHe was trained as a teacher at St John's College York and later became head teacher of two schools in.

10 Comments on "reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback"

  • Margaret Bamford

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherA pleasant read with a lot of humour


  • P.S. Winn

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherBook 2 in the series and it is heart warming and fun as Jack heads back to the school and through some letters learns the tragedies some are going through and tries to hep


  • Laura

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherI love this series from the cultural references to the community story and the feel of nostalgia that resonates when I read this Can’t wait to dive into the next book


  • Elvis Gregory-sayce

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherLoved It


  • Juliana Graham

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherI was keen to read this book as it's the next in Jack Sheffield's series and I really wanted to know what was going to happen to all the charactersI like the fact that the years these books are set in nearly mirror my own school years I'm about 3 years too young so references to things going on in education and the classroom ring many familiar bells in my mindOne thing that did annoy me slightly is the use of hindsight to make jokes For example there are comments about Harry Potter having a boring name that nobody will remember These seem a bit forced as obviously if this was really a memoir from the time this comment makes no sense at al


  • Grammar*Kitten

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherMy mum is a teacher and I have grown up socialising with a lot of her teacher friends; reading this book made me howl with laughter It is poignant and funny and reminds me of hearing stories straight from the classroomA brilliant read that I'd recommend to teachers parents or just anyone who can appreciate the funny things that kids say and do


  • Bernie Gale

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherWow I guess this is one of the books that works if this was the period of your youth Which everyone always says was the best of times Jack's style of writing brings memories flooding back and even helps to let your mind drift into other aspects of your life at the timeSet in that period just before Britain changed forever due to Margaret Thatcher either for the good or the bad depending on your feelings yet it certainly did change for everI thoroughly enjoyed this book and was so sad


  • Petermcgehan

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherAn engaging read a series of human interest episodes with an underlying love story which remains unreuited but progresses through the course of the bookI hope this doesn't sou


  • Vanessa-Ann Dowsett

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherI loved the stories about the school it's children and staff but I am so sorry Jack I had to knock off a star as the narrator was very poor and found it amazing that it was the author of the book He surely ought to know the high and low inflections as he wrote it He also doesn't alter his voice for characters Lovely books thou


  • Kerry

    reader á Mister Teacher ´ Paperback Mister TeacherOn my second reading of the series as I felt I should read the whole series again before commencing the final two Loved it last time this time not so much Its a light funny humorous read its not diabolical but the characters are really starting to grate on me as is some of the repetitive phrases through out the series