I have some exciting news today! I have an essay featured in the new school-themed anthology Will Work for Apples.
This book is part of the New York Times best-selling anthology series that started with the book I Just Want to Pee Alone, edited by powerhouse publisher Jen Mann. (I also happen to have an essay featured in the first book in that series.) The special thing about this book is that it focuses entirely on uplifting teachers, so you just know it is going to be good.
Will Work for Apples is a collection of 39 different authors telling you some of their favorite memorable moments in school. It features work by teachers, students, parents, and homeschoolers. The stories are funny and poignant, ranging in degrees of hilarious and awkward. (Note, some content can veer into the PG-13 range.)
Where can you buy it? I’m so glad you asked! The book is available in print and electronic versions at all of these places and more:
- In Paperback on Amazon
- For Kindle
- On Goodreads
- Barnes and Noble online
- Walmart ebooks
- other places books are sold
This book would make a great gift for teacher appreciation days or end of the year gifts. Pick up a few copies and have them on hand to give to music and dance teachers or door prizes for PTA events. Everyone who knows and loves teachers can relate!
My essay, Watergate 2005, is about the time one of my first grade students formed a union at recess and used his organizational skills to, well, sprinkle a little something all over our school.
Check out a few of the authors talking about their work in this hilarious video.
If you pick up a copy, please be sure to remember to leave an Amazon review!
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