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100 Things to Be When You Grow Up Paperback – March 14, 2017
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About the Author
LISA GERRY is a writer and reporter who began her career at National Geographic Traveler magazine.Her work has appeared in such publications as Ladies' Home Journal, USA Weekend, and Woman's Day and websites LearnVest and HelloGiggles. She is also the author of the National Geographic Kids books 100 Things to Do Before You Grow Up, 100 Things to Make You Happy, 100 Things to Know Before You Grow Up, and Puppy Love.
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I even have a teenager who has no idea what he wants to do and this book gave him some ideas. Each job title offers a brief description of what the job entails. Like the Professional Pusher is someone in Japan who works for the transit system and "pushes" people onto the crowded trains during rush hour to make sure limbs and clothing aren't stuck in the doors. For real! There are photos to go along with every job too. Did you know you can be a professional Mermaid? I actually know someone whose niece is one! There is a page devoted to being a mermaid that puts on shows. There is a page devoted to being an Orchestra Musician (hint, hint to my kids!) and if you don't mind standing in line you could be a Professional Line Waiter!
This small book is a fun way to start a conversation with your kids about the various opportunities that await them in their future. The world is theirs to grasp and they can be whatever they want to be!
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
This informational guide to readers has some very cool, weird and even scary jobs inside. Detail descriptions and fun facts along with real life photos will give insight on what it would take to be in that particular job. The back pages are host to a career list and even more resources. Parents and teachers may view this and get ideas for a change of career themselves.