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Why We Need Teachers (Always in My Heart)

Why We Need Teachers (Always in My Heart)

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Publication Date: May 2nd, 2023
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Celebrate the work teachers do in schools everywhere with this picture book from Gregory Lang, the perfect graduation gift for kids and teachers!

Say thank you to your favorite teacher with this sweet picture book brought to you by the same team behind the New York Times and USA Today bestseller Why a Daughter Needs a Dad! Filled with genuine sentiment, adorable animal illustrations, and gentle, heartfelt rhymes, this charming picture book is the perfect thank you gift for the teachers making a difference opening minds and touching hearts every day.

Why We Need Teachers is the perfect read aloud to connect students and mentors together with a meaningful story that will inspire repeat reads! A wonderful book for kids 4-7, graduation gift, first day of school gift, teacher appreciation gift or a simple way to say "thank you" any time of year.

Who changes the world one day at a time?

Taking the pieces and making them rhyme?

Who gives us the tools to face the hard climbs?

The teachers we see every day!

More heartfelt children's books by Gregory E. Lang:

  • Why a Daughter Needs a Dad
  • Why a Daughter Needs a Mom
  • Why a Son Needs a Dad
  • Why a Son Needs a Mom
  • Why the World Needs Love

About the Author

Gregory E. Lang is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 20 books, including Why a Daughter Needs a Dad, Why a Daughter Needs a Mom, Why a Son Needs a Dad, Why a Son Needs a Mom, and Why I Love You. He lives in Georgia.

Lisa Alderson is originally from Lancashire, England. Since childhood she has been obsessed with the beauty of nature and all pretty things.

Praise for Why We Need Teachers (Always in My Heart)

"Poetic verse reminds us that learning and teaching is not just math, science, English, and art. Teachers can teach kindness and empathy, and a thirst for knowledge... children will ooh and ahh at the lovable little creatures." — Youth Services Book Review