Martha had been annoyed and upset for three years when no teacher had validated her feelings toward her daughter Rachel’s education. Rachel struggles so hard to do her schoolwork. Martha was at her wits end but persistent as she went with her gut feeling trying to get help for Rachel. At the beginning of Rachel’s third year Martha finally finds an unlikely ally: the class worry bear, Benjamin Barry Bear. Martha writes to the class bear for help. After awhile Mr. Bear removed himself and deferred to Mr. D., the classroom teacher to help Martha through the special education process. Eventually. Martha was able to advocate for her daughter successfully to get the educational help she needed.
The Bear Said What? Is a 23,000 word autobiographic novella targeted to adults.
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