"I Love Life! I Love Me! How to Love: A Guide for Teens and Young Adults" is not just a book. It is a guide to practicing thinking and feeling more positively about your life and yourself. Even more, it is an excellent tool for developing a greater sense of confidence that you can accomplish your life goals and become the person you want to be.
I am just a young girl, staring at my glass-created reflection as I tug on soft or thick Cotton and stiffened-Pleather to prepare for uncharted territory, high school. Follow me through this journey of discovering what real friendship means.
Poems about love, loss, heartbreak, growing up, and desperation for freedom. If you resonate with Holden Caulfeild or the music of The Vaccines, this book is for you. It's personal, but isn't all art, really?
When almost-14-year-old Avery arrives at her Aunt Minna's house for the summer, she doesn't anticipate all the quirky twists which lead to the best adventures of her life, and ultimately give her a deeper understanding of who she is.
When awkward 17-year-old Benjamin Porter gets seduced by the voluptuous actor Joan Ponti, a teenager herself from another school he meets at work, he feels he may have found his calling walking the boards. But the intrigue, lies, and manipulation off stage in Joan's scripted thespian world may portend tragedy for Ben.
Here! A ticket to anywhere. A Google search is one thing, but, I mean what could be better than going there. I'm 14 yrs. old and Grampa showed me Italy. I was scared out of my pants in the Roman Coliseum and turned bright red with embarrassment as I crawled along the streets of Pompeii, but I liked being a fashion 'star' in Florence. Read about my adventure – just don't ask me about my birthmark!
Three best friends, thirty-two cats, one amazing mystery—I just hope I don’t cause too much trouble before 9th grade. ~ A frank and funny look at the path to adulthood, "Darla Decker Breaks the Case" continues the journey of love, loss, and the nitty-gritty of growing up through Darla Decker’s eyes. [Young Adult, Coming of Age, Teenage Girls]
Sixth-grader Adam Krasner wishes every family decision wasn’t based on his brother Jeremy and Jeremy’s problems. The Krasners have even moved to a new town because it has a great school system for kids with disabilities. If only Jeremy didn’t always act so goofy. And if only their mother didn’t insist that both brothers be placed on the same Little League team...