Item description for Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul: Real-Life Stories by Real Teens (Chicken Soup for the Soul) by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Stephanie H. Meyer & John Meyer...
Overview Teenagers write honestly and poignantly about the issues they face and how they overcame them with strength and insight. Delving into the corners of their souls, these poems and personal experiences reveal special moments--a first kiss, the loss of a friend, a chance meeting, or that connection with a special teacher, grandparent, or even a pet.--From publisher description.
How to Figure Out the Drama--Teen to Teen
Every day you are faced with choices about friends, school, work, family obligations, and the future. It isn't always easy to know which direction to take, and if you do make a mistake, then what? To help you out, Chicken Soup for the Soul got together with Teen Ink magazine to bring you compelling, real-life stories from teenagers going through many of these issues. Teen Ink magazine is written by and for teenagers about everything from getting ready for the prom to losing someone you love.
In Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul: Real Stories by Real Teens, you will find honesty and insight about the everyday situations you face and see how other teens tackled them. Challenges, loss, constant change--how are you expected to handle it all? Like you, the teens in these stories often laugh, sometimes cry, and at times make mistakes. So share with them their innermost fears and thoughts as they cope with loss, watch their parents go through divorce, fall in love, and conquer their fears.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
Publisher HEALTH COMMUNICATIONS #647
Series Chicken Soup for the Soul
ISBN 0757306829 ISBN13 9780757306822
Availability 0 units.
More About Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Stephanie H. Meyer & John Meyer
Mark Victor Hansen is an author and sought-after keynote speaker whose books have sold more than 500 million copies worldwide. His charismatic style captures both readers' attention and hearts. Having spoken to over 6,000 audiences, he receives high accolades as one of the most compelling speakers and leaders of our time. Mark's exuberance connects via television on shows such as Oprah, CNN and The Today Show, and in print in TIME, USA Today, and The New York Times. He lives in Newport Beach, California.
Mark Victor Hansen currently resides in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul: Real-Life Stories by Real Teens (Chicken Soup for the Soul)?
Issues With Teenagers Jan 8, 2010
Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul: Real -Life Stories by Real Teens was a little bit weirder than most books because it has a series of books. Most books in series talk about teenagers with issues in their lives and others talk about family issues, complications with friends, another book deals with women's problems, and dealing with violent problems. This book doesn't have one main character it has many. I think it's a good book because it helps me learn that other teens my age have problems either with their family or their friends or even their boyfriends.
I would recommend this book to teenagers and to adults. I would mostly like adults to understand that teens get as much stress as everyone does. Some parents don't get that we go through the same things that adults go through. Sometimes it's hard or use to say what's the matter with us to our family and people just don't get it. It's just a good book, and I guess everyone should read it. It helped me understand more about myself. This is why everyone should read this book to help understand more about teenagers.
Earnest, honest, real Dec 18, 2007
I haven't read much of Chicken Soup before -- it never seemed like my kind of thing, I guess. But I've liked and been reading the Teen Ink magazine since the beginning of this year, and when this book came out I thought I'd give it a try.
First off, don't judge it for its looks or its title. No, seriously. The writing in here isn't "soupy" or sugar-coated, no matter how smiley the six teens on the cover look. Some of it gets pretty visceral; it's a book by teens with their experiences right now, not just people who WERE teens once upon a time. And it's not half-hearted in describing anything.
The writing isn't the same as writing by adults; it's got a fairly different quality about it, not better or worse, just different. It's not pretentious or "trying too hard." I liked that.
On flipping through the book, looking at the cover and the little cartoons inside (what's up with those little cartoons?), I have to say I got a little leery. But when I sat down and read the whole thing, I found it as good as Teen Ink magazine itself, and for the same reasons: it's earnest. It's honest. And, as a teen myself, it did feel real.