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Teacher Appreciation: Leila Christenbury Appreciates a Teacher Who Saw What She Truly Needed

When Leila Christenbury was in seventh grade, it was what her teacher didn't do that allowed her to connect with books at a time when she needed them most. Watch below to hear Leila tell the whole story. 

 

 

Leila Christenbury is the coauthor of Making the Journey, 4th edition.

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It's Teacher Appreciation Week! At Heinemann, we are dedicated to teachers. Our mission is to support you in successful, professionally satisfying teaching and learning. You strive each day to help children become literate, empathetic, knowledgeable citizens, and you should be celebrated for it. We thank you today and every day.

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Be sure to keep checking in on our blog during Teacher Appreciation Week to watch more videos of Heinemann authors talking about the teachers who influenced them!

leilachristenburyLearn more about Leila Christenbury here.

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Topics: Video, Teacher Appreciation Week, Heinemann, Making the Journey, Leila Christenbury

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