Item description for Sex, Lies, and High School by Eva Everson & Jessica Everson...
Overview A straight-talking handbook for parents of teens, addressing issues like spring break, media icons, clothing, STDs, and abstinance.
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Studio: David C. Cook
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2006
Publisher David C. Cook
ISBN 0781443598 ISBN13 9780781443593
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 22, 2016 03:17.
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More About Eva Everson & Jessica Everson
Eva Marie Everson is a successful speaker and the award-winning author of Things Left Unspoken, This Fine Life, Chasing Sunsets, and Waiting for Sunrise. She is coauthor of the Potluck Club books and the Potluck Catering Club series. She lives in Florida. Find out more at www.evamarieeversonauthor.com.
Eva Marie Everson currently resides in the state of Florida.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Sex, Lies, and High School?
basics Sep 25, 2009
I am about half way through this book. To be honest I am having a hard time staying focused while reading. It covers issues that to me are common knowledge. There are a few good points. It is easy to tell the book was written by to females. I am raising 3 teen boys & the book is giving more pointers about how girls should dress & act. There are some mentions about how boys respond to girls. But early in the book, there are several pages about how boys should respect girls when they are going through their teens. I believe we should all respect each other. I almost quit reading the book at that point, but am trying to stick with it. I work with a youth group at church & hope to gain some perspective from a teen girl's point of view. Because my boys are older teens & I have already lived a lot of what the book talks about may be why I feel it is more common knowledge. But all in all if you are raising teen daughters it is probably a good book for you. If you are raising boys, you may want to research another book.