Login

Miller, Julie

Rainbows Have Echoes

Miller, Julie - Rainbows Have Echoes, ebook

9,50€

Ebook, ePUB with Adobe DRM
ISBN: 9780722348352
DRM Restrictions

Printing3 pages with an additional page accrued every 9 hours, capped at 3 pages
Copy to clipboard3 excerpts with an additional excerpt accrued every 9 hours, capped at 3 excerpts

Rainbows Have Echoes is Julie Miller’s autobiographical account of her successful career as an English teacher in England and New Zealand. While her career flourished her personal life has often been stormy, from an unhappy first marriage in the 1960s to, more recently, her heartbreak as she struggled to come to terms with her second husband’s descent into dementia. Julie sees her life as a succession of rainbows and wasp stings, the good interweaving with the bad, great joy and times of hardship and sadness. As a teacher, Julie has been acclaimed for her work with traumatised children, easing them into educational pursuits and inspiring them with her own zest for life. The steep learning curves of her own life show that whatever life throws at you, however taxing it might prove to be, one can rise above the challenges and find a renewed delight in the world and its inhabitants.

Keywords: Autobiography, memoirs, life story, teaching, challenges, education, positive thinking, memorable teaching, special education, special teaching, special needs, life story with traumatised children, New Zeland, Bath, dementia, caring, English teacher, teaching children, ESL, family, husband

Author(s)
Publisher
Andrews UK
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
173 pages
Category
Personal history
Format
Ebook
eISBN (ePUB)
9780722348352
Printed ISBN
9780722348345

Similar titles