Chattahoochee Tech Libraries Feature Self-Help Books This Fall

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(Marietta, Ga. – August 19, 2014) With topics ranging from losing weight and eliminating procrastination to finding and keeping love and working through grief, self-help books are popular works for all ages. This semester Chattahoochee Technical College will feature a variety of resources in this genre at each of its campus libraries with a focus on helping students to succeed.

“These books teach people all about personal enrichment, growth, and empowerment,” explained Chattahoochee Technical College Director of Libraries Barbara N. Moore. “While the topics vary, each offers advice and motivation specifically geared toward college students and their needs.”

Throughout the Chattahoochee Technical College libraries, more than 54,000 print titles are available, as well as 232,019 ebooks. This semester’s emphasis on self-help books will include information about time management, organizational skills, study habits, stress reduction, and more. Specific titles and descriptions can be found by searching the library’s catalog at www.chattahoocheetech.edu/services/library/. Titles and collections will vary by campus.