Product dimensions: 0.26 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 8.00 (d)
Meet the Author
Dr. Lindley J. Stiles is a Who's Who children's poet, a Hall of Fame Educator, and a world-wide leader for excellence in teaching. He was born on a cattle ranch near what is now Tatum, New Mexico. His world-class professional career was anchored in his boyhood real experience with cowboys and Indians on his father's several cattle ranches. He worked his way through college, being named one of three Alumni of the Century by Fort Lewis College, and awarded three degrees and the University Medal by the University of Colorado and named a "Living Legend" by the International Biographical Center for his creation of the social wisdom, "THE BEST SHOULD TEACH".
In addition to writing and/or editing sixty professional books and four hundred articles about almost every phase of teaching and learning, Dr. Stiles is the author of four books of poetry and numerous published individual poems. His professional autobiography, Cowboy in the Classroom, was written to accompany "The Stiles Shelf in the Archives of the Deering Library of Northwestern University from which he retired as Emeritus Interdisciplinary Professor of Education in 1979. In his retirement years he has written more poetry and Popular novels about his early years as young cowboy on his father's cattle ranches.