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by Julie Ashley,Linda Weinerman

eBook Newcomer's Handbook For Moving to and Living in Chicago: Including Evanston, Oak Park, Schaumburg, Wheaton, and Naperville (NEWCOMER'S HANDBOOK FOR CHICAGO) download ISBN: 0912301872
Author: Julie Ashley,Linda Weinerman
Publisher: First Books; 5 edition (March 24, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 416
ePub: 1646 kb
Fb2: 1967 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Traveling
Subcategory: United States

Newcomer's Handbooks are a terrific way to introduce yourself to your new city.

Newcomer's Handbooks are a terrific way to introduce yourself to your new city. Called "invaluable" and highly recommended" by Library Journal. For most folks in Chicago, transportation is not a problem however in places like Downers Grove, Lisle, Naperville, and Wheaton, there are limited transit schedules so a car is almost essential for getting between locations for shopping and errands. Wheaton has a great shopping district and West Naperville/Aurora have more of the more popular stores like Kohls, Walmart (not 24 hours), Target, Fox Valley Mall, and Aurora's Outlet Shops. Called "invaluable" and highly recommended" by Library Journal, these best-selling relocation books feature in-depth neighborhood and community profiles, as well as chapters on getting settled, helpful services, childcare and education, transportation and more. Newcomer's Handbook For Moving to and Living in Chicago: Including Evanston, Oak Park, Schaumburg, Wheaton, and Naperville (Newcomer's Handbook for Chicago). 0912301872 (ISBN13: 9780912301877).

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Our Newcomer’s Handbook for Moving to and Living in Chicago can help make your transition smoother and give you the information needed to settle into your neighborhood quicker

Our Newcomer’s Handbook for Moving to and Living in Chicago can help make your transition smoother and give you the information needed to settle into your neighborhood quicker.

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As a Chicago native that has lived down south for a number of years, (since 1988) I can attest that the culture . I Plan on moving to Miami in the next year and a half. I especially wonder why people from warm weather places would ever move here

As a Chicago native that has lived down south for a number of years, (since 1988) I can attest that the culture shock will be significant. Firstly, everyone moves extremely fast and they expect you to, too. People there (in Chicago) are very direct, they do not sugar coat stuff (you might have recognized that already) but, you always know where you stand. I especially wonder why people from warm weather places would ever move here. There might be a lot of job opportunities but that's it.

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Newcomer's Handbooks are a terrific way to introduce yourself to your new city. Called "invaluable" and highly recommended" by Library Journal, these best-selling relocation books feature in-depth neighborhood and community profiles, as well as chapters on getting settled, helpful services, childcare and education, transportation and more.
Comments: (2)
Bearus
I ordered an earlier edition prior to relocating to Illinois for a brief time. The transition from a rural area to an heavily-populated urban would have been much more difficult if it weren't for this book. Whenever I needed guidance in locating resources, this book was a great source. I commuted to/from Chicago from/to Lisle, IL and used the maps for easier navigation. However, more information on the Suburban areas would have been more helpful. For most folks in Chicago, transportation is not a problem however in places like Downers Grove, Lisle, Naperville, and Wheaton, there are limited transit schedules so a car is almost essential for getting between locations for shopping and errands. Wheaton has a great shopping district and West Naperville/Aurora have more of the more popular stores like Kohls, Walmart (not 24 hours), Target, Fox Valley Mall, and Aurora's Outlet Shops. I enjoyed my stay and explored the surrounding areas of Butterfield, Lombard, Warrenville, Batavia, Aurora, Sycamore, St. Charles, Woodridge, Bolingbrook and Oak Brook Terrace as well. There was just too much to see in such little time. I plan on returning for future adventures. Overall, I found the book useful and invaluable in its purpose.
Jusari
I liked the glossary of Chicagoland terms and the description of different downtown areas, but the descriptions of suburban towns were very limited. The town I was considering moving to wasn't reviewed. The subtitle pretty much does disclose which towns besides Chicago are described in any detail. Fewer lists of stores and attractions, and more descriptions of neighborhoods would give potential residents more of the information they need in helping to decide where to live.