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Grandma Goes to Law School.

Grandma Goes to Law School

Jeremy Goldstein

DreamHouse Books, Inc.

1405 West 24th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33140

1883527244 $11.95 www.DreamHouseBooks.com

Grandma Goes to Law School: Why It's Never Too Late to Live Your Dreams is an energetic self-help book written especially for the aging and those looking for the motivation to get out and pursue their life's ambition during their later years. A dozen true stories of individuals in their golden years achieving their dreams, from an 83-year-old grandmother graduate of Syracuse Law School to a 70-year-old American Airlines pilot determined to celebrate his 70th birthday by swimming the English Channel, fill this inspirational collection. An go-getter, can-do, why-not, self-help, self-improvement book for seniors.
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