Are Teachers Being Left Behind?

HBF (Hopeful But Frustrated) Teacher tours the blogosphere in August 2009 with her realistic fiction novel “No Teachers Left Behind.”

Wilbraham, MA, July 29, 2009 --( Join HBF (Hopeful But Frustrated) Teacher as she travels the blogosphere in August 2009 with Pump Up Your Book Promotion Public Relations on her second virtual book tour to discuss her realistic fiction book No Teachers Left Behind (2nd Avenue Publishing.).

Explored through a series of poems, emails, and brief conversations, No Teachers Left Behind is a fictional yet realistic look at the frustrations of middle school staff.

Praise for No Teachers Left Behind:

“‛No Teachers Left Behind’ is one of those books that will leave you thinking about the state of things long after you've turned the last page.” – The Book Connection

“Great book, definitely pick this up.” – Popin’s Lair

“Kudos to Hopeful But Frustrated Teacher for a job well done.” – John Pearson, author of Learn Me Goods up.

HBF Teacher has been a public school Middle grades teacher for three years. Before that, HBF substitute taught for two years. HBF has also worked as a live-in nanny and an accounts payable representative.

Today when not nurturing young minds, HBF enjoys travel, photography, culinary arts, and the cinema. The Cohen Brothers and Tyler Perry are among her favorite artistic contributors.

You can find HBF Teacher online at

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