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The Naked Roommate: And 107 Other Issues You Might Run Into in College Paperback – April 4, 2017
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"It is a candid and useful guide to all things college transition. Mom and dad, there is also a parent edition." - Washington Post
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About the Author
Harlan Cohen is the New York Times bestselling author of the Naked Roommate series and is one of the most widely read and respected syndicated advice columnists for teens and twenty-somethings. His column, "Help Me, Harlan!," is distributed by King Features Syndicate, and his advice has been featured in hundreds of publications, including the New York Times, Seventeen, and Psychology Today.
Harlan regularly tours high school and college campuses giving presentations to students, professionals and parents. He lives in Chicago, Illinois. For more information, visit www.HelpMeHarlan.com and www.NakedRoommate.com.
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However, as a Christian family, we want to give advice to our kiddo (who incidently will be attending a Christian University) that is more in line with our family morals and beliefs.
So, I'm giving the book only 1 star because it did not suit us.
The students will be taking their first steps into adulthood. This book gives them a wide range of things to be aware of, but also advises them on how to meet other students, encourages them to join things at their college (clubs, sororities/fraternities), etc.), but makes sure they are aware of the not so good side of things as well. I thought it would be a good book for my high school senior niece to read, help her prepare for college, and possibly even do some planning for how she will start her college journey. And then, possibly pass on to her younger siblings. For this, five stars.
However, I did purchase a new book. When it came, there was a HUGE crease on the front cover. Since this is intended as a gift, it disappoints me tremendously. It is also the holiday season, so packages are highly shipped and the exchanging may cause me to not receive it before the gift is to be given.The book came unwrapped in protective anything over it, in a large box with other items, and zero box fillers (like air bubbles, peanuts, bubble wrap, etc.), which VERY likely caused the book to be creased during the shipping process. For this, minus two stars. Over all, three stars because "new" books should be completely flawless, not creased... as a book lover, the cover of the book having a MAJOR crease is unacceptable... book abuse.