The Military and Teens The Ultimate Teen Guide by Kathlyn Gay
  

The Military and Teens The Ultimate Teen Guide

Written by Kathlyn Gay
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Part of the It Happened to Me Series

Synopsis

The Military and Teens The Ultimate Teen Guide by Kathlyn Gay

The Military and Teens covers the major issues young adults should consider before making a decision to join the armed forces. Although each branch of the military provides print and electronic materials on what it has to offer enlistees, very few YA books take a pro-and-con look at military service. Moreover, commercial military books mostly cover specific wars or give tips on surviving induction and training.

Reviews

While not strictly within the military history boundaries, two new young adult books address a critically important audience- potential enlistees. A recent release from Scarecrow Press, The Military and Teens by Kathlyn Gay, says publisher Edward Kurdyla, is a balanced, thoughtful but brutally honest guide for teens interested in joining the military. -- . Publishers Weekly, August 25, 2008 The information is useful and timely. VOYA, December 2008

About the Author

Kathlyn Gay is the author of Volunteering: The Ultimate Teen Guide (Scarecrow, 2004) and Epilepsy: The Ultimate Teen Guide (Scarecrow, 2002).

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
152 pages

Author

Kathlyn Gay
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Publisher

Scarecrow Press

Publication date

13th May 2008

ISBN

9780810858015


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