This book, written for and to the author's children, contains the information that he wanted to pass on to them before they started living their lives on their own. He realized that there was plenty he failed to teach them while he was away from home on business. This book is his attempt to put the information that he thought they would need into a form that they could read now and reference again later. It contains information about the things that they would face for the first time, such as planning and budgeting, bank accounts and writing checks, building and maintaining a good credit report, apartments and leases, and the responsibilities and costs involved in owning an automobile. It contains information that he hoped would help his children minimize the mistakes that they were sure to make. After he wrote it, he realized that ANYONE who was about to start living life on their own could benefit from this information. This book contains information about the most important things YOU'LL need to know before you start living life on your own.
This overview of the Bible uses an easy-to-follow study guide format to teach students ages 12–16 the central messages and narratives of Scripture, helping them grow in knowledge and love for God's Word.
A guide for teenagers facing pregnancy including information on nutrition, exercise, childbirth, infant care, and birth control. Also includes first person narratives about what it means to be a teenage parent.
Discusses growing up in San Francisco, his father A.L. Gump, store policies, his art studies, design work in Hollywood and Honolulu, presidency of Gump's (1946-71), his observations on good taste and good design. Also includes recollections of his Guckenheimer Sour Kraut Band and other musical activities.
Student government by Citizenship Education Study, Detroit