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Blair Thornburgh

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25 mars 2014
From the best-selling series of how-to guides comes Stuff Every College Student Should Know, the ultimate reference for every part of campus life. Packed with tips, tricks, and handy lists, the book gives college kids the lowdown on everything from pulling all-nighters to navigating dorm room drama to actually doing their own laundry. Covering everything from move-in day to graduation, this pocket-size handbook is the perfect gift for high-school seniors . . . because textbooks can teach you only so much.

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“The perfect little gift for high school graduates, or those in the midst of college, this pocket-sized reference is packed with essential information about every part of campus life.”—Creator’s Syndicate
 
“Mandatory reading for the college bound.”—BookPage

“This unpretentious little book not only makes a great gift item for this year’s graduating high schoolers, it is truly packed with real-world, highly useful information.” —Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight

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Blair Thornburgh is a graduate of the University of Chicago, where she earned a B.A. in medieval studies and delivered a pretty good commencement speech. She lives in Philadelphia.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Helpful advice! 14 avril 2014
Par CuteEverything - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
When I went to college, I was given a guide to student living. As I recall, it offered almost nothing about school, but it did have several recipes for vodka punch (Add vodka to Hawaiian Punch; serve.) which you were to mix and serve from your plugged bathroom sink. So not helpful. By comparison, this book would be very helpful — and a good gift — for any student. There are four sections: Dorm Living and Personal Care, Academic Life, Social Life, along with Money and the Real World.

Individual chapters tackle real life topics like, “How to Take Care of Yourself When You’re Sick,” “How to Take Notes,” “How to Deal with Stress and Homesickness,” and “How to Avoid Going Broke on Textbooks.” There’s even a section on how to deliver a commencement speech someday, since author, Blair Thornburgh, gave one at her graduation. One of my favorite tips, though, was a part on non-stupid conversation starters, in the section on “How to Find and Make Friends,” which suggested simply saying hello when you first walked up, so things won’t end up awkward later, in a game of “silence chicken.” Good advice. Like the rest of the book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I wish I'd had this when I was in college 27 avril 2014
Par Mary Lavers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Fantastic! I thought it'd be silly or at least, well, quirky (considering it's published by Quirk Books, who you probably know from their Worst Case Scenario guides and amalgams of classic literature with zombies, sea creatures, and the like) but this was full of solid advice like:

--How to do laundry;
--How to cook in a microwave (I'm totally stealing that personal sized chocolate chip cookie recipe);
--How to ask your parents for money (do it in person and corner one parent rather than both);
--How to email a professor (no emoticons!).

I also like the small size. It's perfect for sending in a care package! (And graduation present season is just around the corner...)

Also, it's fun that their legal disclaimer (just copyright information basically) is called, "Stuff Every Lawyer Should Know."

This review originally appeared on my blog, Cozy Little Book Journal.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Upcoming College Students Should Read This 27 avril 2014
Par Stephanie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
The perfect book for the upcoming college student! It is perfect in almost every way, right down to the size. Small and compact, with short easy to read topics in each of the short chapters.

Stuff your teachers don’t usually tell you. For example, how to survive your first roommate, how to furnish your dorm or first apartment for little money, how to pull an all-nighter studying for an exam, how to find friends or places to hang out, and so much more.

Even my teenage son, a junior in high school, thought this was interesting and informative, with a touch of humor thrown in. Well worth the cost.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Stuff 5 juin 2014
Par Judie siddall - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I graduated from college in 1966, but the information in this book is universally helpful to all college students. I have given a copy to my 20 year old grandson.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Organized and informative 15 juin 2014
Par Kaitlin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I found this book very helpful and well organized. It is easy and quick to read. It also has a lot of things that will be great for future reference, such as example emails, resumes, and a packing list. It's also small enough to bring anywhere.
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