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 Post subject: Miss Wilson on Book Bub
PostPosted: 07 Sep 2016, 15:27 
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I'm afraid I've never heard of some of the teachers in this Book Bub list of "books with teachers who change students' lives", but I was interested to see our very own Nell Wilson in there :D .


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 Post subject: Re: Miss Wilson on Book Bub
PostPosted: 07 Sep 2016, 15:49 
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Mainly USA-orientated, I guess - the only other one I'd heard of was Dumbledore.


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 Post subject: Re: Miss Wilson on Book Bub
PostPosted: 07 Sep 2016, 15:58 
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Some of those other books look awful. But glad to see Miss Wilson there even if CS did sit oddly with the rest :)

Personally, I always thought Miss Honey was totally lame... and I wasn't that keen on the adored Miss Stacy either, though I suppose she is supposed to be quite forward thinking in the book.


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 Post subject: Re: Miss Wilson on Book Bub
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Maybe we should nominate our own? Though I find 'Teachers who change students' lives' a bit too 21st century a concept for my taste...

Nominating Antonia Forest's Crommie, anyway.


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 Post subject: Re: Miss Wilson on Book Bub
PostPosted: 07 Sep 2016, 17:05 
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I agree with Mr wotsit from 'Speak' by Laurie Halse Anderson. Excellent book.

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 Post subject: Re: Miss Wilson on Book Bub
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I nominate Mrs De Winter from the Chronicles of St Mary's.

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 Post subject: Re: Miss Wilson on Book Bub
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JayB wrote:
I nominate Mrs De Winter from the Chronicles of St Mary's.

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 Post subject: Re: Miss Wilson on Book Bub
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