Turning 21 is a thrill and in many regards means one has met true adulthood. Nevertheless, there is still so much wisdom that new adults have yet to encounter. Thankfully, these 21 contributions (in question and answer format) by young notables in the fields of fashion, music, theater, technology, science, and sports are happy to share their insights and experiences so others can benefit. Their stories are personal, instructive, inspirational, and funny — just the ticket to kickstart an amazing next chapter for anyone.
- 21 Things To Do When You Turn 21 is part of a successful series celebrating milestone birthdays. The royalties generated from the sales of each book in the series have been, and will continue to be, donated to non profit organizations dedicated to preventing and curing cancer. To date, the series has contributed more than half a million dollars to various charities.
- Perfect gift book for anyone celebrating the 21-year milestone.
- Inspiring contributors include well-known individuals such as Emmy® nominated actress Anna Chlumsky from VEEP; Oscar® and Tony®Award winning composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul; NASA astronaut Anne McClain; Emmy® Award winning actress Mayim Bialik; NHL Stanley Cup winner Brian Dumoulin of the Pittsburgh Penguins; and James Beard® Award Winning chef Mike Wiley, to name a few.
About the Author:
Elisabeth Vincentelli is a freelance writer and editor; she regularly contributes to The New York Times, The New Yorker (Goings On About Town), Newsday and CNN Travel, among other publications. She is a former arts and entertainment editor at Time Out New York, and also served as The New York Post‘s theater critic for seven years. Her books include Abba Gold and Abba Treasures. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.