The Poisoned Apple

The Poisoned Apple Madison Paine
  • Title: The Poisoned Apple
  • Author: Madison Paine
  • ISBN: 9781600473142
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Poisoned Apple Madison Paine The Poisoned Apple An American story written in a unique style readers will find the events that unfold in The Poisoned Apple familiar and in some instances disturbing Written in the classic tradition of an allegory t
    An American story written in a unique style, readers will find the events that unfold in The Poisoned Apple familiar and in some instances disturbing Written in the classic tradition of an allegory, the story chronicles the career of an apple cultivator who discovers her purpose through the triumphs, trials, and tribulations of working for a world famous apple orchard.ReaAn American story written in a unique style, readers will find the events that unfold in The Poisoned Apple familiar and in some instances disturbing Written in the classic tradition of an allegory, the story chronicles the career of an apple cultivator who discovers her purpose through the triumphs, trials, and tribulations of working for a world famous apple orchard.Readers are challenged to look deeper into the story to discover subtle truths about the United States educational system Like other historical pamphlets and books, The Poisoned Apple has the potential to spark a national discussion that will revolutionize the way quality educators are preserved for future generations.
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    About Madison Paine


    1. Madison Paine has been a classroom teacher for than a decade She has had an opportunity to observe schools all over the world including South America and Africa Recently her passion for teaching has spread into the realm of teacher advocacy After witnessing a sharp increase in unfair working conditions and declining respect for teachers overall, Madison Paine has decided to devote the remaining years of her career to bringing about positive change in U.S schools Devoted to her family and loyal friends, Madison balances her busy schedule with travel, entertaining her love ones in her home, and reading unique books that keep her guessing Her greatest mentors are her parents and she believes her greatest accomplishment has been helping her students exceed even her greatest expectations Madison Paine chooses to teach while pursuing a writing career.


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    1. Loved it, loved it, loved it As a teacher who has temporarily hung up her gloves , I could relate to many of the trials and tribulations that Mason Beehinder, or Lefty, faced in her apple cultivating career So many of the interactions recounted by Lefty were familiar, memories that brought both teary eyes and bursts of loud laughter I have spent many hours pondering and discussing the problems I see with the current educational system, reading authors such as John Holt and John Taylor Gatto Ms P [...]

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    2. I recommend this book to students, educators and tax payers This is the first review that I ve written, so I am not quite sure what I am suppose to say, except I recommend this book to students because, I hope that you will be able to place yourself within this book Reading it from the point of view of Mrs Paine as a teacher first, will help you understand what it is like for a teacher teaching you, what type of student are you willing to be for the work that it takes helping to raise you up For [...]

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    3. Madison Paine s The Poisoned Apple is a spot on allegory for the problems in our education system today Paine s cultivator heroine, Lefty, takes on orchard administrators, superintendents and managers with their trends and new methods in an effort to rear healthy fruit for the public much as teachers are intended to do with students.I think that the public at large would benefit if The Poisoned Apple were made mandatory reading for all education majors and parents entering their children into sc [...]

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    4. My opinion This is a very well written story It is easy to follow as events unfold and easy to see the correlation between the orchard and its workers and the US educational system This is definitely something teachers and students need to read.Overall 4.8 stars

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    5. Allegorical story of the current state of education in the US Good message, not good writing.

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    6. Great book, easy read.

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