The Substitute Teacher: Baptism of Fire
Mr. Robinson tells the story of Cornell Johnson, a college graduate who ventures into an urban school system as a substitute teacher. In "The Substitute Teacher: Baptism of Fire", Cornell soon finds himself fighting a two front war for survival. First, as he tries to cope with the antics of the students in the classroom, and second in a potentially deadly competition with his neighborhood nemesis, Matson. In the course of Cornell's struggles in the classroom and his psychological warfare with Matson, he soon finds himself fighting the ultimate battle of his life. Will he make the right decision? Out of desperation, will he follow in the footsteps of the neighborhood hustlers and gangsters, or choose the higher calling of becoming a soldier in the Army of the Lord Jesus Christ?
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.14mm | 272.15g
- 10 May 2011
- London, United Kingdom