Official Review: What's College About Anyway?

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Re: Official Review: What's College About Anyway?

Post by Disneyland » 05 Mar 2018, 23:03

'Official Review: What's College About Anyway?', by Betty Thomas Patterson, is descriptive not only of the contents of the book, but about all other aspects of it! The review well demonstrates that the book is a justice to our inquisitiveness!

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Post by kemp1kor » 05 Mar 2018, 23:09

This sounds like a great way to introduce children to the idea of a higher education. It would be especially helpful to a child who has an older sibling leaving for college and doesn't really understand why their brother or sister is going away. I think a book like this would have been helpful to me when I was younger, so I'm happy it's available now.

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Post by Izesicle » 05 Mar 2018, 23:20

I saw that the cover is a drawing but I didn't expect this book to be a children's book. I think it fulfills a niche and is very informative. I'm glad that based on the review, the book is edited well.

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Post by mitsuigenamie » 05 Mar 2018, 23:32

This book is useful nowadays.... kids of ghe so called millenial are no longer familiar with books....and sometimes they dont have their dreams of what they becme in the future....

As adults we should be their role models

This book is useful and the illustrations are cool jn the eyes....

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Post by CaitlynLynch » 05 Mar 2018, 23:38

This is an intriguing subject for a children's book, one that I've not seen covered before. I'm glad it's error-free, in particular!

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Post by jennyd2003 » 05 Mar 2018, 23:40

Great review. A new way to introduce children to college without waiting until some of them get into trouble and feel it is too late for them. I like the cover art. I would definitely have read it to my kids when they were younger. My twins would probably enjoy it now as they are 7 1/2 and have a sister in college.

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Post by Rosemary Wright » 05 Mar 2018, 23:42

It's great to have a book that introduces the world of college to elementary school kids in a comprehensible way. I'm interested in reading it. Nice review.

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Post by Afuglsan » 06 Mar 2018, 00:02

I think this is a great idea. It really gives children (and parents) something to think about for their future.
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Post by Joy2thenations » 06 Mar 2018, 00:03

What a great topic for a children’s book! We are often asked as children what we want to be when we grow up, but the subject of how do we become that person doesn’t usually dawn on us until high school.

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Post by shi_vone » 06 Mar 2018, 00:11

It seems like an interesting read to inform and educate young children about the importance of college at a young age.This book could come in handy for children and in directing their future towards the right path.

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Post by Emie Cuevas » 06 Mar 2018, 00:11

The graphics in this book really pop, and I'm only seeing them in black and white. Not really any good for me just yet, though I do want my kid to go to college, so I'll keep hold of this and show it too him when he is a little older.
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Post by WillowStarSerenity » 06 Mar 2018, 00:17

This sounds like a unique book! I really loved the point of view of the review I read. I picked up a copy while it was free and will read and review it myself here soon. The cover is adorable too! That's all I'll comment until I know more about this book and my opinion on it.

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Post by tamdlyte » 06 Mar 2018, 00:26

Well, what a great idea! A children's book about college. Start getting them thinking about it while young and lets get these kids motivated! :)

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Post by Quinto » 06 Mar 2018, 00:29

I like the theme because it reminds me of how intriguing it felt when I was asķed a question touching on the future. It's simply a good subject to explore with kids.

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Post by dragonet07 » 06 Mar 2018, 00:54

I'm so glad that someone has taken the time to write a book like this. The earlier we get children thinking about college, the better they'll understand if it's really for them or not later on. And it doesn't even to take the fun out of their lives! I'll have to remember to read this book with my kids when I finally have some. Thank you for the insightful review.
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