A Teacher’s Treasury of Quotations
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About the Book
“A library is thought in cold storage”—Herbert Samuel; “A man’s library is a sort of harem, and tender readers have a great pudency in showing their books to a stranger”—Ralph Waldo Emerson; “A circulating library in a town is, as an evergreen tree of diabolical knowledge!”—Richard Brinsley Sheridan. This is a sampling of quotes under Libraries, one of over 450 topics.
These quotes and anecdotes represent many countries, cultures and periods of history: 4,600+ profound, provocative or witty education-related utterances, some of historical interest, others insightful into today’s world—most by noneducators—alphabetical by topic (from Ability to Zeal).
About the Author(s)
Bernard E. Farber is now retired in Sarasota, Florida, after more than 30 years as a teacher or administrator at all levels of regular and special education in the Detroit public school system.
Bernard E. Farber
Format: softcover (6 x 9)
Bibliographic Info: indexes
Copyright Date: 2007 
Table of Contents
A–Z Quotations 2
Author Index 341
Subject Index 360
Book Reviews & Awards
“useful, entertaining treasury…abundant cross-references”—Booklist; “well documented…detailed…comprehensive…scholarly…useful, well organized…stimulating”—ARBA; “delightful collection”—Forum; “highly recommended”—The Book Report.