Ken Brimhall


Born in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, USA, Ken Brimhall is a retired teacher who recently moved to San Antonio, Texas, USA, after living thirty-one years in San Juan, Texas, USA, a small border town near McAllen. He spent his boyhood years working on the family farm, going to church and playing sports. After graduating from the University of Northern Iowa, he bummed around, and in 1976 joined the Peace Core. He has two daughters: Pegy, an Internet entrepreneur in New York City; and Rita, a nurse in San Antonio. Nearly every year he and his wife, Adela, visit her family in the Guatemalan highlands.


Letting Them
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 47,610. Language: English. Published: August 15, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Educational
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Near the South Texas border in 2005, two geezer teachers, Calvin Sizemore and Emir Rubio, fight for their very existences against an inept administration with a philosophy that says, "We will tolerate student inactivity."

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