From School Library Journal
Judy McAloon, Potomac Library, Prince William County, VA
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
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Bought for my nephew as he was entering college. I wanted to give him some ideas as to what career to pursue.Published 10 months ago by GMC
awesome idea, but bad writing, boring interviews, and cheesy as hell. do not understand how this book gained so much popularity. completely uninspired and basic.Published 11 months ago by hannah
Every one should read this book at any age but especially middle and high schoolers. It really gives some great insight to the various careers out there.Published 15 months ago by Grace1
really enjoyed the reading on the journey of kids looking for a meaningful career. Fun readPublished 16 months ago by Sabu
Book came in great condition. It was a gift for my friend's teen and was something I read when I transitioning careers. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Home Workout Gal
It kinda over simplifies things and gives people a sense that anything can be accomplished if you just try. Which I think is BS.Published on April 13, 2014 by Jeff Carr
I love the adventure these guys share in this book. Excellent read. Inspiring for those who are looking for a new direction.Published on December 3, 2012 by M