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From New York Times best-selling authors Michael I. Bennett, MD and Sarah Bennett—a book for teens that shows readers that we all deal with crap in our lives and how to laugh at some of the things we can't control.
Being a teenager can suck. Your friends can become enemies, and your enemies can become friends. Your family can drive you crazy. School and teachers can be a drag. Your body is constantly changing. And everyone seems to tell you to "just be you." But just who is that?
With their open and honest approach, father-daughter team Michael I. Bennett and Sarah Bennett's book is sure to appeal to teenagers and show them they aren't alone in dealing with fake friends, with parents who think they're "hip," and even how high school isn't everyone's glory days. Young readers—and their parents—are sure to find this no-nonsense, real-life advice helpful, and it will help them realize that it's okay to talk to their parents and other advisors around them about big issues that might be uncomfortable to discuss.

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Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group

Kindle Book

  • Release date: April 9, 2019

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781524787912
  • Release date: April 9, 2019

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781524787912
  • File size: 13460 KB
  • Release date: April 9, 2019

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From New York Times best-selling authors Michael I. Bennett, MD and Sarah Bennett—a book for teens that shows readers that we all deal with crap in our lives and how to laugh at some of the things we can't control.
Being a teenager can suck. Your friends can become enemies, and your enemies can become friends. Your family can drive you crazy. School and teachers can be a drag. Your body is constantly changing. And everyone seems to tell you to "just be you." But just who is that?
With their open and honest approach, father-daughter team Michael I. Bennett and Sarah Bennett's book is sure to appeal to teenagers and show them they aren't alone in dealing with fake friends, with parents who think they're "hip," and even how high school isn't everyone's glory days. Young readers—and their parents—are sure to find this no-nonsense, real-life advice helpful, and it will help them realize that it's okay to talk to their parents and other advisors around them about big issues that might be uncomfortable to discuss.

Expand title description text