Official Review: How to Grow Up Without

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Re: Official Review: How to Grow Up Without

Post by Kenesha L Fowler » 25 Jul 2019, 03:44

The book sounds interesting. It's always good to have guidance when making important life decisions (I wish I had thought to pick up a book like it in my youth). The numerous errors and lack of organization you mentioned would have been a total turn off for me though. Thank you for your review. Good job!

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Post by Kansas City Teacher » 27 Jul 2019, 17:43

I think I'll try this one in spite of the grammar errors. Very catchy title... Thank you for the review.

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Post by amandamgrace » 27 Jul 2019, 18:54

Books like these are so important for young adults. Schools don't always give all the information as to what kinds of options kids have after high school. I think it's so good for young adults to understand the differences between state colleges, trade schools, and even non-college options. I can agree that grammatical errors and font changes can throw a reader off. They sometimes tend to focus more on those aspects and less on the words.

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Post by RoxieReads » 31 Jul 2019, 10:09

An encouraging tone can do so much good to someone with a type of book like this. Hopefully the grammar and organization gets fixed!
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