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Basic Information about the Book:
Full Title of Book: How to Tutor Your Own Child: Boost Grades and Inspire a Lifelong Love of Learning—Without Paying for a Professional Tutor
Short Title of Book: How to Tutor Your Own Child
Author: Marina Koestler Ruben
Website URL: www.marinaruben.com
Publisher: Ten Speed Press (Random House)
Publication Date: August 2, 2011
Format/Pages: Paperback, 208 pages
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Press Contact: Kara Van de Water, 510-285-2966, email@example.com
Overview of the Book:
Top professional tutor Marina Koestler Ruben empowers you to take a do-it-yourself approach to your child's after-school enrichment, while sparing you the expense of private tutoring fees. As a parent-tutor, you will learn how to provide holistic academic support for your children and create an intellectual environment in the home—strengthening your relationship and improving parent-child communication in the process.
Biographical Information for the Author:
Name: Marina Koestler Ruben
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Bio: Marina Koestler Ruben is a professional tutor, writer, and editor who works as the Writing Support Teacher at Sidwell Friends School, in Washington, D.C. Former students include children (K-12th) and adults across the D.C. and Baltimore Metro areas: resettled refugees, public and private school students at Maryland's Potomac Tutors, and high school students at the Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy and Washington International School. Marina has covered math, science, history, creative writing, English, ESL, French, and Spanish, as well as organization and study skills.
Marina has been published by the Washington City Paper, CNN.com, Smithsonian.com, Education Week, McSweeney's, and ARTSEDGE (at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts), and she has appeared on NPR's Talk of the Nation. She has taught children's creative writing workshops for Writopia Lab and adult freelance writing workshops at book festivals.
Marina received her BA and MA from the Johns Hopkins University, where she received the 2008 Outstanding Graduate Award. She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband, Adam, and their recently born tutoring project.