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Mrs. Spitzer's Garden (Gift Edition)
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Mrs. Spitzer's Garden (Gift Edition)

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by Edith Pattou
 

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Mrs. Spitzer is a wise teacher who knows many things. She knows about gardens. She knows about children. She knows how similar they are. And how they will flourish if tended lovingly.

There are many remarkable teachers like Mrs. Spitzer in the world. Available for the first time in an intimate gift edition, here is a book to celebrate all that they do, year after

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Mrs. Spitzer's Garden 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
blueandyellow More than 1 year ago
This book was a gift for my son's third grade teacher. She said it was precious. I too am a teacher and thought it voiced the sentiments of teaching with sweet pictures to illustrate.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great story about a teacher who grows a garden of students. Each school year she is handed a packet of seeds (students)from the principal and begins planning for their growth. Mrs. Spitzer sees that each seedling/plant gets the attention it needs. She notes the differences in the plants and tends to their individual needs as any good teacher would do. I love this book so much that I buy it for every student teacher that works with me in my classroom. It is a great story with beautiful illustrations sure to touch the heart of anyone who teaches or cares for children.
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meptlr More than 1 year ago
This is a story about a teacher who helps her students grow like a garden. At the end of the year, she sends them on their way and prepares for new "seeds" and a new garden. We purchased this book for my son's Kindergarten teacher, had each of the children in the class sign it and gave it as an end of the year gift.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After a co-worker read this book to our class at preschool, I had to come here to buy a copy for my son's kindergarten teacher! She is just as wonderful as the teacher in this book, and I hope she recognizes herself when she reads it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A very engaging picture book story. It depicits what all good teachers do. That is, to 'tend' to their classroom of children and watch them grow.