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Virginia Mohler was born in Lancaster, Ohio in 1948. She discovered her passion for teaching even before her college graduation. Jinny, as her friends call her, has taught students from Kindergarten through High School, but she found her love in the kindergarten classroom.
Jinny attended colleges in both Kentucky and Indiana where she received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education. She began her teaching career in Ohio but moved to Arizona shortly after marrying her high school sweetheart, Jess Mohler. She continued her education in Arizona where she received an endorsement in both Early Childhood Education and SEI.
Jinny retired from teaching in 2020 after spending over 35 years in the kindergarten classroom. She published her first book, " Hector Saves the Day" in April, 2019. Her second book, "Mrs. Miller's Magic Blankets", was released in October 2019. Her third book, "Brian Learns to Play Ball" was published October 2020 and her fourth book, "Luke's New Glasses" was released in October of 2021.
Jinny continues to write Children's Books that not only are fun to read but teach some valuable lessons as well.
Jinny has branched out with her first novel intended for middle school students and adults. "Good Steps Goes to Washington" was released in April of 2022. It is the true story of Washington DC detailing the history of the city and the men who founded our nation. It contains journal entries from the students who went to Washington on the field trip.
Jinny is just released her second adult book entitled, "A Kindergarten of Wisdom: In the Beginning". This book contains short stories about the kindergarten classroom and quips that the children have said. It has been released on October 1st, 2022. This book will be part of a new sequel of stories about the funny things that children say and do.
Virginia is also available for tutoring classes. Call or email to check on details. Love.email@example.com or 480-962-1275 and leave a message.
Virginia often tells new teachers that “teaching is the hardest job you will ever love.”
Teacher becomes author