Think final exams are stressful? Wait until you graduate. Then you'll know stress. Transforming yourself from a high school senior to a college freshman is stressful enough to cause heart palpitations. Going straight to full-time employment will have you living on Excedrin.
You many think you're ready to blow out of the hosue, but you're not ready for what awaits. You need to learn a few things. Well, maybe a thousand or so things. The fact is, 50 percent of high school graduates who leave home come back sooner or later without a degree, and weighted down by heftly credit-card balances.
So start here. 1001 Things Every Graduate Should Know is jarringly honest, cliché-free, and bitingly funny. A lot like life. Don't leave high school without it.
|Contributor(s)||Harry H. Harrison, Jr.|
|About the Contributor(s)||Harry H. Harrison, Jr.
Harry H. Harrison, Jr. is a nationally acclaimed author appearing on the NY Times and Booksense lists of best-selling non-fiction trade paperback and parenting books. He has over 3.6 million books in print featuring titles such as Father to Son, Father to Daughter, Life Lessons on Raising a Boy, Mother to Daughter, plus five titles in his 1001 Things series. He and his wife, Melissa, have two boys.
|Release Date||Apr 7, 2011|
|Who It's For||Teen Boy 13-17, Teen Girl 13-17|