Tag Archives: teens

Sexploitation by Cindy Pierce

Of all the parenting books I’ve read in the past few years (and there have been quite a few), this book has been, by far, the most eye-opening and informative. Written from the perspective (and experience) of a lecturer, educator, … Continue reading

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The Angst of Adolescence by Sara Villanueva , PhD

With The Angst of Adolescence, author Sara Villanueva takes pains to approach the issue of parenting a teen from a parent’s perspective – not as a sociologist/researcher/doctor. As such, the book is really about reassurances that what parents are going … Continue reading

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Express Yourself by Emily Roberts

This was a book I chose to sit and read with my 12 year old on a long trip recently. We’d read and discussed the examples from the book and then talked to see if we could find parallels in … Continue reading

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Relationship Skills 101 For Teens by Sheri Van Dijk

I have a young teen and hoped to give her the tools she needs to be prepared for the stresses of high school. I gave her the book to read and upon completion, her response was that she didn’t get … Continue reading

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Tempestuous (Twisted Lit) by Amy Helmes

A very satisfying first in a series retelling The Bard’s stories in modern times and using teens. My review: This novel is well written, fun, witty, and even has a mystery subplot. It reminded me of a modern day homage … Continue reading

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