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Me The Flunkie Reviews
I first read "Me the Flunkie" while on a church youth trip from Louisiana to Oklahoma. I bought it somewhere along the way to have something to read while on the bus. It was a mere 75 cents. I was 15 at the time, and the characters (who were real, live students at a school in Texas) were aged 15 to 17. They were part of what was known as "Operation Wastebasket", in which all the "un-teachable" students, from broken homes and with various learning disabilities, were lumped together in a class taught by Andrew Summers during the school year 1965-1966.It is both hilarious and sobering. These kids were the outcasts of society, always in trouble for one thing or another. Summers presents a collection of class assignments, notes, even prayers from a prayer box - I laughed out loud from some of them, and was torn in my heart while reading others... it's a reminder that even the outcasts of society are people too - and they are worth the effort to reach them.I recently acquired a worn copy of "Me the Flunkie", and paid $27 for it - this book has become both rare and coveted, and actually usually sells for nearly twice what I paid for it. I've often wondered why the book was never reprinted, since it is still in such high demand by teachers. As of yet, I have not been able to get in touch with Mr. Summers, although I did get in touch with the Andrew Summers in England that wrote "The Essex Hundred" and "On This Day in Essex". Alas, they are not the same person.I would like to reprint this book, but as of yet have not been able to find the copyright holder. I even went so far as to contact the Publishing Company that now owns Fawcett Publications, but they have no record of the book. If you know Mr. Summers or perhaps any of his children, please contact me.
Great book for any educator. Especially interesting if you work with unmotivated students. Laughing and crying, just like teaching.