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Now You Tell Me! 12 College Students Give the Best Advice They Never Got Making a Living; Making a Life

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ISBN-10: 1933608269

ISBN-13: 9781933608266

Edition: 2012

Authors: Sheridan Scott, Nancy Allen, Nancy Allen, Elizabeth Sams

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Each year in the U.S., 2.9 million young people graduate from high school, 70 percent of whom are heading for college.  They've read the catalogs, spent months filling out applications, been accepted, chosen a school, shopped for dorm accoutrements and packed up their childhoods.  But then what?  What makes college a great experience?  How do you make the most of what's offered on campus?  How do you make friends?   What should you do when you're homesick, or when your roommate parties 'till all hours?  What are time drains to avoid?  How do you come out ready for the "real world?"  12 college students from all walks of life and different types of colleges and universities share the insider…    
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Book details

List price: $15.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Arundel Publishing
Publication date: 5/4/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 260
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.616
Language: English

Sheridan Scott, the primary editor of the Now You Tell Me! series, has edited half a dozen Chicken Soup for the Soul books, and has co-authored Chicken Soup from the Soul of Hawai’i. An award-winning biographer, she has been a staff writer for five national magazines, and has ghostwritten for dozens of celebrities, as well as for hundreds of regular folks. Besides writing for television, she was the founding Inspiration Producer for the multi-faith website Beliefnet.com. Most recently, she has re-released the bestselling Eden Thrillers series through Arundel Publishing.

Nancy Allen practiced law for fifteen years as Assistant Missouri Attorney General and Assistant Prosecutor in her native Ozarks. She’s tried over thirty jury cases, including murder and sexual offenses, and is now a law instructor at Missouri State University. A Killing at the Creek is her second novel.