Chicken Soup for the College Soul: Inspiring and Humorous Stories about College
Health Communications, 1999 - Self-Help - 340 pages
This latest helping of loving inspiration follows the millions of loyal readers of the Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul series to the next stage of their lives, beyond adolescence and into young adulthood. Readers will love having this invaluable collection to guide, inspire, support and encourage them throughout their college experience. If readers are devotees of the series, they will recognize this book as an instant source of strength and comfort; if this book is their introduction to the series, they will come to treasure it quickly.
College is a time of excitement, exuberance and triumph, as well as one of anxiety, doubt and confusion. Readers will identify with the stories that express feelings they undoubtedly share as they stand at the brink of adulthood, sometimes ready to take the world by storm, other times wondering whether they will ever be ready. This book deals with the myriad issues of college life, from homesickness to partying to G.P.A.s and everything in between.
Whether freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors, this book is a must-read for all college students-as they'll be sure to agree. College graduates, too, will enjoy reminiscing about those unforgettable years as they read the stories in this collection. Chicken Soup for the College Soul is sure to be a hit with all readers.
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Review: Chicken Soup for the College Soul: Inspiring and Humorous Stories About CollegeUser Review - Leah Sidell - Goodreads
Chicken Soup for the College Soul is a collection of short stories by different authors that are all inspirational and humerus in their own way. Author Dan Clark shares his story called "Never Too Old ... Read full review
Review: Chicken Soup for the College Soul: Inspiring and Humorous Stories About CollegeUser Review - Carrie Krewson - Goodreads
I found the plethora of short stories in this book to be very helpful, wise, and sometimes even humorous. I would recommend this book to anyone who is heading off to college. It was a quick read and very enjoyable. Read full review
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