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Look Out, College, Here I Come! by Michael…

Look Out, College, Here I Come!

by Michael F. Easley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0810620375, Hardcover)

Written by Gov. Michael F. Easley of North Carolina, and beautifully illustrated by his sister, H. Marie Easley, this charming and engaging book tells children that it's never too early to start thinking about college and career goals.

Also available:

Books Your Kids Will Talk About! - ISBN 0810620510
What Parents Should Know - ISBN 0810608154

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