97 Things to Do Before You Finish High School

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-11-01
  • Publisher: Zest Books
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This bestselling book inspires teens to break out of the box and explore the world available to them. Inside they'll find how-tos on things they won't learn in high school, like how to host a film festival, plan a first road trip, make a podcast, write a manifesto, or make up with a sibling. Filled with an abundant amount of information and advice for parents, teachers, group leaders and all teens, no matter their creative, social, or academic inclinations

Author Biography

Steven Jenkins is a cultural critic and the author of City Slivers. Erika Stalder is a contributor for Wired and Edutopia magazines. They both live in San Francisco.


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