Grace: a teacher’s life, one-room schools and a century of change in Ontario is a book about Grace Morton’s life (1907-2008) in southern Ontario. It’s also social history – stories about how it was to grow up on a farm, teach in one-room schools, and live in small rural communities. It illustrates how much Ontario has changed – and education, too.
Articles on the book appeared in The Kingston Whig and Kingston This Week. To hear a radio interview with the author, click on http://wordonthehills.com or see my post entitled Radio Interview – listen in. A review of Grace appears in Renaissance magazine, published by the Retired Teachers of Ontario, reprinted in my post: Book Review — RTO magazine (see list on right of page).
Grace is a high-quality publication designed and printed by Allan Graphics, Ltd., in Kingston: https://allangraphics.wordpress.com/2015/01/16/grace-and-one-room-schools/.
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