Growing up, I had both good and bad experiences with teachers, principals, and other school staff. Most of the people were good, but there were always ones that were hard to get along with. As such, I developed the stereotypical jaded view of how teachers think. Go See the Principal provides a little insight into what school life is like for the staff.
It is primarily geared towards people in the education system, but has information for parents, too. Really, anyone that has any dealings with a school will find humor and helpful tidbits in it. The book talks about the side of teaching that is often unseen, but is fun rather than trying to guilt people into showing appreciation for school staff. Unless the guilt can be pulled off while making you laugh.
Though my only connection with school these days is helping a niece with homework, I still found Go See the Principal funny and thought-provoking. I think that all adults, and maybe some teenagers, would both benefit from and enjoy this book.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.