In TEACHER MAN Frank turns his attention to subjects closest to his heart: teaching – why it´s so important, why it´s so undervalued – and storytelling. He tells of his own coming of age as a teacher, a storyteller and, ultimately, a writer. Alternately humble and mischievous, down-trodden and rebellious, he instinctively identifies with the underdog. From every one of these captivating pages it is clear that from the very start he seized his students´ attention by telling great stories. And here he does it again, for us.