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books that guide

“Read.” It is my favorite word (other than “accepted.”)[1] Being “well-read” provides an essential foundation for comprehension, critical thought, and communication. The amount of parenting and college admission books intended to help students and parents navigate the college journey may seem endless. Here, I share my favorites and must-have books. Look for seasonal “Recommended Reads” throughout the year and occasionally in newsletters.[1] Read Patrick Sullivan, English Professor’s An Open Letter to High School Students about Readingposted on Stanford University’s Tomorrow’s Professor Posting page

featured books

Stolen Year
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Dreyer's English (Adapted for Young Readers): Good Advice for Good Writing
1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows: A Memoir
Bibliophile Diverse Spines
How to Raise a Reader
Your Turn -How to Be an Adult
What Do You Say?
The Art of Living_ Reflections on Mindfulness and the Overexamined Life_edited
The Disintegrating Student
Middle School Matters
The Addiction Inoculation
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book lists

spring book list 2022

spring book list 2022

winter booklist 2022

winter booklist 2022

the college.u 2021 fall book list

the college.u 2021 fall book list

the college.u "why wait for summer?" book list

the college.u "why wait for summer?" book list

the emerging season & the college.u spring 2021 book list

the emerging season & the college.u spring 2021 book list

the college.u 2021 winter book list - all good things to come

the college.u 2021 winter book list - all good things to come

fall book list 2020

fall book list 2020

the summer 2020 book list

the summer 2020 book list

the 2019 fall book list

the 2019 fall book list

2019 winter reading list... and other good stories

2019 winter reading list... and other good stories

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