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ANTHONY BARTON lectured at Dalhousie University from 1974 to 1998. He was Professor of Education from 1995 to 1998. He is the author of On the Methods of Famous Teachers and On the Structure of Didactic Tales. During his career he taught ten thousand students from various parts of the world, lectured on the radio, and published papers in professional journals. He retired in the summer of 1998 and now lives in Newfoundland with his wife in a house perched on a cliff top. Children and grandchildren come to visit. He spends his time painting pictures, writing, and exchanging e-mails with past students and with readers of his books.
on April 15, 2011 :
Another enjoyable adventure with the familiar heroes. There are very brave moths in this story, perhaps the bravest moths in the cosmos. There is a pleasing return of the baby tiger and my girls kept joining in with 'bounce', 'bounce' in Chapter Two.
I liked the way the Bat Riders discovered Mr Seeds was a Bat Rider in his youth and we were relieved that the Yumi trees were ... oops I better not give it away before you read it with your children. Enjoy your bedtime reading of this imaginative tale. Do make sure you read the adventures in order!
(reviewed the day of purchase)