Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan: A Great Educator in Trinidad and Tobago

Genre: Non Fiction
$3.99

Book Summary

Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan: Journey of an Educator, is the memoir of an Educator.
Do you know that at one time Education was not a priority?
The young teacher Andrew overcame all obstacles and became a trailblazer in Education in his country climbing the ladder from classroom management to school principal.and superintendent of schools.
Later in life, he became a Presiding Elder in his church and preached many sermons, some of which are appended to his biography.
His story is both motivational and inspiring.

An Amazon Reviewer stated, "The book in its lifelike and meaningful way depicts the story of a great man, a true exemplar, a national hero."

Testimonials

1.

5.0 out of 5 starsGenuinely Interesting and useful
By peter rajkumar on March 31, 2016
Format: Paperback
There is a need for books like this one- books which document the struggle of the first generations of immigrants and their children to carve a place in their society , and then provide the foundation for the next generation to achieve even greater success. In broad terms, this is general knowledge. What is valuable in this book is the step by step description detailing the roadmap by which one successful educator did so. What is also appreciated is the incidental description of day to day life in pre-independence Trinidad. Congratulations - posthumous though they have to be- to Dr. Khan for the foresight in documenting his memoirs for the benefit of those who -generations later - are curious about the journey. Congratulations also to the biographer -his daughter -Brenda - for identifying the need for these memoirs to be published - and to receive a wider audience than just his family, as well as undertaking the task of bringing the book into being. I would recommend this book for its insights into the secret of success and its transmission to later generations.

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5.0 out of 5 starsNational hero
By C.H on March 3, 2015
Format: Paperback
The memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan presented by his daughter, author, Brenda Mohammed, records the life story of Dr. Khan as told by himself in the memoirs he so graciously bequeath to all of us who knew and loved him.
This reviewer has had a teacher-pupil relationship with Dr. Khan and has benefitted tremendously from the exposure to high standards in the educational and spiritual atmosphere he provided.
The memoirs tell the story of a man burnt by the vicissitudes of life, challenging and bitter times, yet has emerged renewed, reinvigorated, refined and restored- a life exemplary in every way.
The autobiography is a true reflection of the author's love for and belief in truth, his high standards of etiquette and his pursuit of model writing skills in English Language.
The simple, comprehensive, yet sophisticated presentation leaves the reader fascinated and curious to know more of a life that offers much to be emulated.
The physical and emotional traumas shared in the book bring deep feelings of sympathy and empathy. Overcoming early childhood bad experiences through divine intervention strengthens the reader's faith in God. The travails of a teacher aspiring to ascend the ladder of progress met with misplaced opposition inspires dignified patience.
The unreserved and unconditional dedication to family life inspires noble parenting. The zest "to follow knowledge like a singing star beyond the reach of human thought" inspires a passionate mind.
To live the life that God expects us to live, as the author's work demonstrates, inspires discipline and devotion. Nothing less is expected, as the book in its lifelike and meaningful way depicts the story of "a great man, a true exemplar, a national hero."

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About the Author

Brenda Mohammed is an award -winning multi -genre writer and former Bank Manager who has written eighteen books to date.

Brenda lives in the beautiful Caribbean Island of Trinidad with her husband and is a fan of photography and art.
She willingly donates books to children's hospitals, national libraries, and school libraries.

She is an accomplished traveller.


Brenda won awards for three of her books and another was a nominee for an award.
My Life as a Banker: A Life Worth Living won second Best Bio/memoirs in the SIBA Awards by Metamorph's Publishing in 2016.
Retirement is Fun, the sequel to My Life as a Banker was a nominee in the SIBA Awards by Metamorph Publishing in 2016.

I am Cancer Free won the award for Best Non-fiction from Mc Grath House in 2016.

Zeeka Chronicles: Revenge of Zeeka won third Best Science Fiction in SIBA Awards 2017.

Brenda loves to interact with her readers and other authors.

Feel free to connect with Brenda through Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Google Plus,Pinterest, and Instagram.

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