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10 thoughts on “Village Teacher

  1. says:

    I liked this the least in the series so far which isn’t a negative as this type of series can’t help but seem a little repetitive Gentle anecdotes of village life creates an overall charming series for easy summer rea

  2. says:

    This is a series about Jack as he returns for his fourth year at Ragley on the Forest School Going back to the school Jack finds village schools are being closed down all over the place This is an interesting series with a behind the scenes look at a small school and those in it

  3. says:

    Loved it

  4. says:

    First I have read of the series A light read which I enjoyed partly because of nostalgia partly because of the characters

  5. says:

    Pleasant story although it's a bit episodic apart from the possible school closure it is a collection of incidents

  6. says:

    The seuel to Dear Teacher this feel good escapist story follows the life of Jack Sheffield the headteacher of a small village school in Yorkshire that is threatened with closure It is now 1980 and the decade of electronic typewriters

  7. says:

    My favourite book so far Again many aspects are funny or humorous or come to life because we are looking back Comments about Charles and Di being in love and being happy are interesting because we know exactly what did happen The men's shopping trip to Leeds is hilarious as they all ueue up for Jilly Cooper's autograph

  8. says:

    Another book in the Village School series Familiar characters familiar storylines heart warming and nostalgic as it harks back to 1980 which I can actually remember snippets from As usual there were the slightly too knowing references to eve

  9. says:

    Real feel good stuff after reading the first one I read the rest in short order

  10. says:

    Presumed this would be like the book The Playgroup But it was a good read and have ordered the rest of the books from the library

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It's 1980 recession and unemployment has hit Britain a royal wedding is on the way and the whole country is wondering Who Shot JRJack returns for his fourth year at Ragley on the Forest School and there's a definit. Loved it

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Village Teacher

E chill in the air Village schools are being closed down all over the place will his be one of them As school life continues Vera the school secretary has to grapple with a new fangled electric typewriter Ruby cele. The seuel to Dear Teacher this feel good escapist story follows the life of Jack Sheffield the headteacher of a small village school in Yorkshire that is threatened with closure It is now 1980 and the decade of electronic typewriters pixie boots and shoulder pads has hit the small village There are mishaps new arrivals and a pantomime in this book which again makes me think what a nice job the character Jack Sheffield has However the book finished on a cliffhanger a will he won t he uestionThe character Beth Jack s fiancee is beginning to annoy me a bit if I have to be brutally honest and I find the countless references to her honey blonde hair tucked behind her ear a bit tiresome every time she appears in a scene It s a nice book to read if you want to escape the humdrum of normal life and I have now downloaded the next in the series It s cruel finishing a book off on a cliffhangerIf you like books by Miss Read Rebecca Shaw Maeve Binchy Eve Houston or Debbie Macomber you will enjoy this

read & download Ö PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ú Jack Sheffield

Brates ten years as the school cleaner and the village panto throws up some unusual problems Jack wonders what the future holds Village Teacher is another heartwarming funny and moving tale from this classic series. Another book in the Village School series Familiar characters familiar storylines heart warming and nostalgic as it harks back to 1980 which I can actually remember snippets from As usual there were the slightly too knowing references to events at the time with the benefit of the author s hindsight for example comments on Charles and Di and speculation on how their relationship would turn out I find these a bit irritating as it drags the reader away from the reality of the book and highlights the fact that it s fictional and written years later However still a nice easy read with a non annoying main character Another good cliffhanger too so I ll definitely read the next one I ll just need to leave a bit of a gap between them so the jokes don t wear too thin

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