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CindyMyLifeIsLit
The Egg and I | Betty MacDonald
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I know this is late, but here goes:
1. Jane Eyre
2. The Egg and I by Betty MacDonald. I read it for a report and discovered one of my all-time favorite books!
3. High school was a long time ago, but I don‘t think I read Fahrenheit 451, which I love!
4. Our school gave us different treats every day, my students gave me notes, and local restaurants gave us free meals all week. Not too shabby!
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robinb Thank you for your hard work with our children! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏 2y
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Austen_Nerd
Miss Nelson Is Missing! | James Marshall, Harry Allard
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1. Miss Viola Swamp
2. Great Expectations
3. Pride and Prejudice
4. Yes, I received a few gifts, from my students whose mom‘s are teachers.
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mabell Miss Nelson is missing! 👏❤️ 2y
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tammysue
The Red Pony | John Steinbeck
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1. Miss Beatle from Little House on the Prairie
2. The earliest I remember is in 5th grade The Red Pony by John Steinbeck, we also viewed the film
3. The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
4. N/A
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WanderingBookaneer
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1. Ms. Stacy from Anne of Green Gables.
2. Anthem by Ayn Rand
3. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
4. I received a cute tote and notebook from a student and the class of 2024 gave me $150.
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BarbaraJean LOVE Miss Stacy—great pick! 2y
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mrsmarch
The Witch of Blackbird Pond | Elizabeth George Speare
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1. Miss Frizzle
2. There‘s so many! I‘ve loved almost every book I‘ve been assigned. Except for The Mystery Of Edwin Drood.
3. The tagged book.
4. I‘m on the Teacher Appreciation Week committee at the infant-Kprep daycare, and we have chair massages scheduled for our staff. Plus drawings from the families to decorate halls, flowers for kids to give their teachers, and a potluck breakfast provided by families!

CSeydel I loved Witch of Blackbird Pond! 2y
mrsmarch @CSeydel I did too, once I read it (as an adult)! But it wasn‘t required in school. It was optional and I read something else. 2y
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Kshakal
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* miss frizzle
* number the stars by Lois Lowry
* I never read the great gatsby in school and really wish I did
* I did... some gift cards and other small items!!
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Kdgordon88
To Sir, With Love | E. R. Braithwaite
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1) Ricky Braithwaite from To Sir, With Love. Although I honestly don‘t remember if I have read the book, but love the movie. 2 and 3) I have such a poor memory but I know I read everything I could get my hands on. 4) I no longer have teachers to give gifts to

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TiredLibrarian
Up the Down Staircase | Bel Kaufman
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1. Sylvia Barrett from Up the Down Staircase
2. Hamlet (the beginning of a lifelong live affair)
3. A People's History of the United States
4. No (did give a shout-out to my elementary school librarian though 😉)

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LA_Mead
Weekenders | Mary Kay Andrews
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1. 🎓 I don‘t have a fav teacher character, but here are two real teachers that I loved: Mrs. Boles, my second grade teacher... also Mr. Dudley, who taught me to love writing.
2. Fifth Business
3. Hmmmm
4. Nope! But I had a good time with my students.

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Debiw781
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1. Professor McGonagall from the Harry Potter series
2. The Scarlet Letter, because of the wonderful teacher who taught us about it
3. Hmmm... I took English lit classes for electives so I read quite a few classics!
4. I‘m not a teacher but I work in the school system so I got lots of little goodies. Sadly I missed the Star Wars celebration at one of my schools though.
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