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Pages: 42

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2 Sept. 2016)

By: Iris Cooke(Author)

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Advice for 8th grade girls comes from author Iris Cooke's extensive and eclectic life experiences.She is a graduate of Yale University with degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, and German.Iris is also a self-taught, award-winning artist and art teacher.She was elected to the ACM, Association for Computing Machinery, in 1985, and won the New Jersey Bell Best Computer Supplier Award in 1991.Iris had a successful poetry reading circuit in her county in New York, and a successful singing, dancing, and piano career in the same area with both child and adult students.The advice she gives consists of 800 items, lots of fodder for thought and ideas, that range from legal matters, to marriage, to education, to relationships, and more.

Iris Cooke was born in Imperial, PA, one of 11 children initially raised in poverty.She overcame to become a Yale graduate, award-winning software engineer, and award-winning author, plus a noted poetry, singing, dancing, and piano performer.She changed careers in 2006 to writing, and her memoirs, The Little Black Book of Child Sex Slavery, reached #1 in their category of slavery on amazon.co.uk in February, 2013.She lives alone, and teaches and volunteers in the community.


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