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Study Abroad Directors and International Education Departments Anoint New Book as Best Seller.
“Study Abroad: The Book of Jobe” is Amazon’s top book for Student Traveler’s and those desiring to learn more about education overseas.
By: Jobe Leonard Books and www.Jobe.ws
Jobe indicates that passing travel heavyweights like Frommers and Rick Steves was a very humbling experience. “I used their books when I traveled now students and educators are preparing for their journeys using mine.”
One major difference in the other books on the list is that “Study Abroad: The Book of Jobe” is not a guidebook like all the other titles. It is actually a collection of Jobe’s thoughts and words as he left home and studied abroad in a foreign land. Combine that with a twist ending and a lightning fast adoption of the work by study abroad directors and students alike, and one can see why it is the number one resource for parents, educators, and schools.
Over 300 universities have ordered copies for their study abroad offices and Jobe is making an effort to reach out to the remaining institutions in the following ways.
* Unlimited shares with students, faculty, and friends for the next 14 days on the “Study Abroad: Book of Jobe” E-book version for Kindle, iPhone, MacBook, and iPad.
* Public speaking, lectures, and book signings at universities to help promote each schools international education expos, fairs, and efforts to promote studying abroad.
* 40% off one paperback copy per school. This is to allow each educational facility to have a copy on hand at their institution. This coupon code is available by naming “Study Abroad: The Book of Jobe” as the #1 resource on the individual school’s Study Abroad landing page.
For more information on the Kindle Version, International Education Initatives, or the University 40% offer visit www.Jobe.ws.
This book is also available at www.Amazon.com where it is currently the #1 ranked student travel guide. Outside of the United States the book can bought from www.Jobe.ws and is available in over 200 countries.
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