More Teacher Misery: Nutjob Teachers, Torturous Training, & Even More Bullshit

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More Teacher Misery is the second volume in the Teacher Misery series! In More Teacher Misery Morris tackles even more of the hilarious, unbelievable and completely absurd experiences of teachers around the country. With topics such as pointless professional development where the author learned how to make bird noises, insanely incompetent teachers who make the good ones look bad, the shit parades that are parent conferences, lack of discipline even for kids who attack people with weapons, outrageous parent requests such as checking the size and color of a teenager's poop, this follow-up to the wildly popular memoir Teacher Misery does not disappoint!
Think the stories in Teacher Misery were crazy? Just wait tilL you read More Teacher Misery!
"Morris opens up about the comical misery that has become the teaching profession-giving a voice to teachers everywhere." Parent Herald
"One of the funniest teacher books you'll ever read!" Bored Teachers
"The stories that Morris tells about the school system are riveting. The antics and violence and outright stupidity that she and other teachers have had to endure are outright insane -- some of it is so crazy it's almost unbelievable." Mission Incomplete
"A must read for every single human being on this world, from teachers to parents, students, administrators, lawyers, doctors, just name it. Let me be honest, nonfiction kind of book is not my cup of tea, but this book is simply amazing, hilarious, keep surprising me non stop!" Jesica's Book Blog
"This one is just the most hilarious and heart-breaking ever! Laugh out loud funny!" Teachers Are Terrific
"Her stories are so ridiculous, that a non-educator might actually believe they're fabricated. Unfortunately, those of us who are on the inside know it's all too real. Her stories are laugh out loud funny, touching, and at times, maddening." Having a Mom Moment
"This book is a great read and a real eye-opener." Carpe Librum
"I recommend this book for many reasons. Morris is a great writer who did a great job at presenting her case. She is funny and entertaining. She is above all honest with her interpretation and the things that she sees around her. I liked the variation in text and material. Overall, this books needs to be spread around the country. She isn't the only person that feels this way. There are thousands of other people out there like her and their voices need to be heard." The Next Book on my List
"This book was a HILARIOUS read!" The Simply Organized Teacher
"I dare you not to laugh out loud!" Robin O'Bryant, New York Times bestselling author of Ketchup is a Vegetable and Other Lies Moms Tell Themselves
"Jane is a gifted storyteller, you will chuckle and you will sig. The perfect gift for your kid's teacher or a teacher friend!" Joyce Kaufman, EdD, Host of The Joyce Kaufman Show, Newstalk 850 WFTL
"Jane Morris gives us a beautifully written expos about the worst sides of today's students, parents and school administrators." Bruce Tulgan, bestselling author of Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Manage the Millenials
"Jane Morris lifts the curtain on the horror teachers in our country face every day." Laurie Notaro, New York Times bestselling author of The Idiot Girls' Action-Adventure Club
"The stories Morris tells are unbelievable and yet, I'm positive they're true." Jen Mann, New York Times bestselling author of People I Want to Punch in the Throat
"Morris dishes on the truth about trying to teach in this culture and it is hilarious, informative, and insightful." Stefanie Wilder Taylor, New York Times bestselling author of Sippy Cups Are Not for Chardonnay
"A compelling answer to anyone thoughtless enough to assert that teachers have it easy." John Owens, author of Confessions of a Bad Teacher
"As funny as it is shocking." Librarything
"This is one of the best books I've ever read!" Kathryn Raaker, host of Let's Just Talk Radio