Teachers: The Ones I Can't Forget
Martin Fletcher (Author)
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DescriptionTeachers are the people Martin Fletcher met throughout his work as a news correspondent, often on the worst day of their lives. He watched as they picked up the pieces following personal tragedy and discovered the invaluable lesson of carrying on, no matter the circumstances. Through intimate profiles, Martin Fletcher's Teachers details the struggles of everyday people in extraordinary circumstances--war, revolution, natural disasters and yes, life. Fletcher's writing is uplifting as he examines the truth of resilience despite hardship. These are the people he sought out in his international reporting, detailing their woes while celebrating their will to survive and recover. Teachers offers a unique take on reporting, as it features a traveling photo exhibit that Fletcher created to accompany the book. Each chapter is paired with an extraordinary digital montage to illustrate the stories taken directly from his reporting from NBC news programs. At a time when news coverage is often dismissed as fake or biased, Teachers is a welcome reminder of the integrity, devotion and empathy that goes into true reporting of the world. As Tom Brokaw wrote, "Fletcher has a calling."
Morgan James Publishing
March 28, 2023
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.4 inches | 0.61 pounds
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About the Author
Considered for decades the "gold standard of TV war correspondents" by Anderson Cooper, Martin Fletcher was an NBC News Correspondent and bureau chief in Tel Aviv for nearly thirty years. Fletcher has won five Emmys and a Columbia University DuPont Award--a Pulitzer for work in television--as well as awards from the Overseas Press Club and Royal Society of Television. Today, Fletcher's work as an author is rapidly gaining an equally impressive reputation. He has written non-fiction resources Breaking News and Walking Israel, the latter receiving the National Jewish book award, as well as novels: The List, Jacob's Oath, The War Reporter and Promised Land, which was compared in multiple reviews with Exodus and ranked as a Finalist for the National Jewish Book Award. He currently lives in Mexico and New York.