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This is a timely read for young adults ready to set off to college. Cath heads off to college without her twin. She quickly learns that she must push beyond her comfort zone and find herself if she is going to survive college.
This collection of essays and short stories is by Marina Keegan who touched everyone she met. She died suddenly and tragically but what she left behind allows us to appreciate living in the moment. Her book emphasizes the bonds and relationships that form during college years. This is a great read for anyone trying to find their place in the world.
Set in Nazi Germany this books follows a young orphan named Liesel. When books are being burned and the world is turned upside down Liesel finds comfort in words and learns how to move on from tragedy. This is a great book for expanding vocabulary and understanding multiple viewpoints.
College can be a stressful time, one with worry of the uncertainty of change. This book’s goal is to change that. The author shares tips about dealing with stress in the ever changing environment that is college.