Item description for What I Wish I Had Known About Becoming a Teenager: Wisdom and Advice from Teens in High School by Maura Thompson Hagerty...
Overview Quotes from teenagers reflect their own views and give advice on peer pressure, faith, family, and being true to oneself.
Publishers Description Whether your teens are excited or apprehensive about the teen years, there is something in this book for them. High schoolers from across the country tell stories about their experiences, share insights about what they have learned, and offer great advice for young teens and preteens. They share what they wish they had known about becoming teenagers and touch on lots of topics relevant to teenage life.
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Studio: Saint Mary's Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 0.42 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2007
Publisher Saint Mary's Press
Grade Level Multiple Grades
ISBN 0884896625 ISBN13 9780884896623
Availability 0 units.
More About Maura Thompson Hagerty
About the Editor Abraham Chapman was professor of English and Chairman of the American Literature survey courses at Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. His writings include critical studies on American literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and book reviews for various leading periodicals. He was the author of The Negro in American Literature. In 1968, Professor Chapman received the Biennial College Language Association Creative Scholarship Award for his study The Harlem Renaissance in Literary History, published in CLA Journal.
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What I Wish I Had Known About Becoming a TeenagerI Aug 1, 2009
I bought this book to be kept in my 6th grade classroom for extra reading. I think the book is perfect for a 7th or 8th grader to let them in on some insights about what issues they may face as a teenager. I'm guessing some mature 6th graders will be interested in reading this book full of advice from a variety of teens as they look back on their experiences of trying to find their place in the teenage world. The kids are going to be listening to their peers more often than their parents, so they might as well be hearing some wisdom rather than the foolishness of many kids that surround them.