Sunday, 22 March 2020


Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan: Journey of an Educator, is an inspiring and motivational story.
The book received four five-star reviews from Readers Favorite.
The foreword was written by a former Chief Justice of Trinidad and Tobago, Sir Isaac Hyatali, Q.C.[now deceased]
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.
The Government of Trinidad and Tobago awarded him a scholarship to study teaching methods in the United Kingdom.
School violence was never heard of during his tenure.
He was God-fearing.
Later in life, he became the first Presiding Elder in the Presbyterian Church in Trinidad and Tobago.
He preached many sermons, some of which are appended to his biography.
Dr. Khan gives a glimpse into life in the days of Indentureship in Trinidad and Tobago
Teachers will love Dr. Khan's memoir.

Extract of Review by K.C. Finn from Readers Favorite:

'Mrs. Brenda C. Mohammed has done a wonderful job of bringing the life, philosophy, and personality of Dr. Andrew Khan to life in this compilation of teachings.
As an educator myself, I was particularly interested in Dr. Khan's individualistic approach to students and the humanitarian way in which he achieved success.
Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan presents the life of an inspiring man who struggled through underprivileged circumstances to rise to the top of his field, all without losing his generosity of spirit or his creativity.
For educators, the book demonstrates how passion and planning can lead to a great many good things in the future, but for a wider audience, the book holds value as an inspiring story of faith and commitment to one's true path.
I would recommend this book for biography fans seeking a deep but feel-good read.'
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