The Custodian Chronicles, Volume 1: An Inside Look at the American Public School System as Seen Through the Eyes of Its Most Underrated Player: The Janitor (and Other Musings)

The Custodian Chronicles, Volume 1: An Inside Look at the American Public School System as Seen Through the Eyes of Its Most Underrated Player: The Janitor (and Other Musings)

by Tim Will Hunting

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ISBN-13: 9781539840275
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/04/2017
Pages: 170
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Tim Will Hunting, creator of the podcast and blog The Custodian Chronicles, has nearly fifteen years of experience working as a custodian in American public schools.

Born in the United States, he has numerous creative interests that involve music, dance, entertainment, and the written word. Lead singer for the alternative rock band The Native Alien Tribe, he has also released several hip-hop albums as a solo artist and has worked as a professional dancer and master of ceremonies throughout the tristate area for various entertainment companies.

Among his other skills, Hunting has been a longtime practitioner of the martial arts, specializing in Brazilian jiujitsu. He lives on Long Island, New York.

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JennieR 22 days ago
We live in such a disposable society that we no longer teach our children the purpose or repurpose of things. Sure we have the recycle bin and that makes us feel good – but what about reuse, less packaging – going to the source of the issue? That’s what this book does – it suggests we go to the source. Start when the kids are young in our homes and schools so maybe by the time they reach general society they are an asset and not a drain. With a lot of humor and a ton of common sense, this author presents a realistic view of not just our school system but our world.