This is an example of the prolific type of spanking literature that appeared in the UK (London) during the 1970s. Ben's Books never quite achieved the quality or reputation of publishers such as Luxor or Janus, and this is one of the poorest examples. The volume mostly consists of a series of monochrome photographs of two young women and a young man, all progressively unclothed, making half-hearted attempts at a hand-spanking scenario, but the images are accompanied by a brief text which hardly mirrors them. In fact, it is so patchy and incoherent that it fails to stand on its own in any sense; neither does it justify the book's title, the only teacher involved appearing to be the young man depicted. The publication is so scrappily presented that it hardly qualifies as pulp fiction. It demonstrates the excesses possible during the brief period of relaxation of standards of publishing in the erotic genre.