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Stop Studying, Start Learning or How to Jump-Start Your Brain (SIGNED COPY)

by Richard M. Fenker; Reverdy Mullins

Condition: Good


U.S.A.: Research Press, 1981. Edge and corner wear; scuffed and scratched; spine is creased as well as the front and rear of the wrapper; some shelf wear; former owner's name is written in ink on the title page and again on the rfep; overall a nice SIGNED copy! Inscribed by the author on the Dedication Page! Black illustrated wrapper with greeen and yellow lettering. 161 very clean unmarked and uncreased informative and educational pages nicely enhanced by black and white illustrations! "Well, how do you like it so far? (Attention getting gambit No. 1: Ask a question.) If your answer was 'It seems a little brief,' you can be sure of one thing: You have read and correctly digested the first eight words. Okay, now that your interest is firmly hooked, I'm going to tell you what this book is about, how I believe it can help you stop studying and start learning and some of the things you can do to make learning easier and more fun........." -------- from the Introduction. (SIGNED COPY). Inscribed By the Author. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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