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Read Teacher's Dead reader ☆ Kindle Edition Ù Benjamin Zephaniah Á ❰Reading❯ ➶ Teacher's Dead Author Benjamin Zephaniah – Dcmdirect.co.uk For young people dealing with ideas in a post truth world Benjamin Zephaniah's story of violence truth and the media is as powerful and T of Jackson JonesBut Mr Joseph was a good man people liked him respected him How could those boys stab him and jog away like nothing had happened?Unable to process what he has seen Jackson begins his own investigation everyone knows who did it but as Jackson uncoversa Fiction written in a simplistic but very believable way When you read in the papers about senseless acts of violence you shake your head and wonder what on earth could possess a human being to act in such a way towards another human being This story is that wondering with a teenage slant on it It is all too easy to blame the parents for the young adult's actions but this book shows they are affected just as much as the family of the murder victimA good read one I recommended to my book club

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Bout the boys he becomes convinced that people need to understand why Brilliantly written and with a real ear for dialogue fans of Angie Thomas and Malorie Blackman will love Benjamin Zephaniah's novels for young adult readersRefugee Boy Face Gangsta Rap Teacher's Dead It was for my son and he is happily reading it

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Teacher's DeadFor young people dealing with ideas in a post truth world Benjamin Zephaniah's story of violence truth and the media is as powerful and pertinent as when it was first published A teacher is dead murdered by two of his students in front of the whole school Right in fron Oh how I wanted to like this After all it's not about a boy wizard and it makes a semi decent stab pun vaguely intended at locating itself in a world that's recognisable to its readership and it's by Benjamin Zephaniah an unfailingly decent and upstanding chapAlas it's really not up to much While the intention is laudable characterisation is desperately thin the plot eually threadbare the 'twist' virtually non existent and the dialogue ooooh the dialogue given that it was written by a poet is stiff and unnatural beyond redemption I suspect that BZ might have had reluctantlower ability readers in mind but specialist publishers and importantly editors like the good folk at Barrington Stoke manage to combine linguistic accessibility and brevity and pace and grittiness and realism which this unfortunately only ever hints atSo consider my 3 rating a generous one for attempting a novel that aspires to do a crossover between 'The Curious Incident' and 'We Need To Talk About Kevin' but falls at pretty much all the hurdles in between