Written as a collection of letters from the author to today's
twenty- and thirtysomethings, this reflective memoir is an
inspiring and persuasive work offering grandfatherly advice and
encouragement to help young people learn how and why to take jobs
seriously as they enter adulthood.
While there are many books about the current issue of arrested
adulthood and young people's failure to launch, there are few books
that are written directly to this audience. "To Jonah, When You Are
Twenty-Five" offers novice adults a kindly compass into the work
life that awaits them and into the adult world in general.
The book's unique format fits easily into busy schedules: you
can read one letter at a time or finish them all in one sitting.
Throughout the book, the author-like the best of grandfathers-plays
the roles of your coach, teacher, historian, sage, favorite
storyteller, and biggest fan.
An insightful read no matter what life stage you're in, this
book is a particularly great gift for young people, and it will
certainly be one they return to again and again for insight and
encouragement as they face the sometimes daunting years ahead.
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