Richard Leonard's Twixtujons is a collection of entertaining and poignant anecdotes chronologically structured from the Civil Rights protests of the 1960s through the educational skirmishes of the new Millennium. Twixtujons celebrates his thirty-two happy years teaching high school students and honors the one constant for all teachers throughout the years: the timeless gift of their making teenagers feel special-and safe-in their home away from home. Adults will hear the banter of teachers and students enjoying one another, and recall their favorite classrooms. Teenagers will find a teacher's personal thoughts about them surprising-and encouraging. Teachers will recognize themselves and their students in Leonard's tales and appreciate his respect for a noble profession, familiar to all but understood best by those fortunate enough to teach. "Best book I ever read. They should make a movie."-Trixie Laverne

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