A Flower for Angela

Former school board member and news reporter Ricardo de la Cruz vows to protect the barrio students from teacher Angela Stuart and her experiments with new teaching methods. Angela vows to defend her program and finds herself in danger of losing her job and her heart. A Flower For Angela is a romance first published by Harlequin in 1992. Angela is a teacher defending her new methods and professors at ASU, UCLA and UCSB used this book in their methods classes. Sandra’s father, John Wardman, painted the cover art for the reprints.

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2 Comments

  1. Enjoyable Well written story This is well written. I also loved reading about Angela’s attitude about teaching and her interaction with her students. While I usually only read Christian fiction and this is not. However it would be classified clean. I did enjoy this book. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

  2. is very good at developing her characters This book was an enjoyable read. The author, Sandra Leesmith, is very good at developing her characters. I felt like I knew them and could picture them in my head. I used to live in AZ so it was fun to follow along to the places they went to. The educational aspect was interesting and well developed.

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