The Book of Lists for Teens

The Book of Lists for Teens Face it no self respecting young adult likes to be caught out of the know But few teenagers have the time or inclination to plow through Web sites almanacs and weighty reference books to find the an

  • Title: The Book of Lists for Teens
  • Author: Sandra Choron Harry Choron
  • ISBN: 9780618179077
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
  • Face it no self respecting young adult likes to be caught out of the know But few teenagers have the time or inclination to plow through Web sites, almanacs, and weighty reference books to find the answers to all their questions The Book of Lists for Teens is an informative, lively, and engaging source of information about all kinds of things, and it s fun It s all herFace it no self respecting young adult likes to be caught out of the know But few teenagers have the time or inclination to plow through Web sites, almanacs, and weighty reference books to find the answers to all their questions The Book of Lists for Teens is an informative, lively, and engaging source of information about all kinds of things, and it s fun It s all here everything that matters most to people aged twelve to sixteen, from lists on cyberfun, music, and movies to advice about social pressures, family matters, and planning for the future Packed with Internet addresses, recommended reading, and project ideas, The Book of Lists for Teens provides a resource that goes far beyond its pages.Featuring Tips for raising well adjusted parents Consumer scams especially aimed at teens Foods to eat before taking a test Tips for buying a stereo How to stay safe at concerts Reasons to keep a private journal and ways to make sure it stays that way private And much, much .

    One thought on “The Book of Lists for Teens”

    1. This book is full of ideas.That's basically all I remember.You see, I recently returned this book to the library thinking, "I know this book. I'll be okay typing the review from my memories."Yet, as the klutzy klutz I am, I totally forgot. Whoops.But I do remember that I didn't end this book with a smile.It was more likee face you make when you try to squish your eyebrows towards your eyes. Like a "What did I just read?" face.I think the lists are meant to be general, but this book is a book of [...]

    2. "The Book of Lists for Teens" isn't exactly what some may call a "real" book because it's a bunch of random lists for teenagers but in my opinion, this book is definetly a good read. It is filled with tons of lists that can help you pick up the girl that you've been crushing on, or why not look up the lists of organizations that are looking for teenage volunteers? There are many useless as well as very useful lists inside this book and honestly this is very much a good book for teenagers. The li [...]

    3. My parents got me this at a yard sale. I skimmed through it and probably read a third or a fourth of the book jumping around because it was kind of addictive. I found some of it really interesting, like the entertainment section. I also liked how it gave information on teen run organizations and publications that publish teen writing. Though not enthralling for me now, I probably would have loved this book as a teen.

    4. Excellent resource for any teen aged 14 - 19, Exploring the issues that concern teens today and offering unique tips and strategies to engage in a normal, happy teen life. Also includes interesting tidbits to keep the reader entertained throughout. A must have for any teenager starting high schoolwill definitely be passed on in my household.

    5. Some of these lists seemed condescending despite the author stating that the lists were there to give you options and not tell you who to be; some lists told you not to get tattoos or dye your hair. But those missteps aside, a lot of these lists were really interesting and made me think. Worth the read especially because if you're not interested in a list then you can just skip a list.

    6. This book is totally random, but it's amazing. There are some pretty good ideas in here, along with really random facts. 100 things to do when you're alone, 13 conversation stoppers, Analysis of How you Eat An Oreo, etc Highly recommended. :D

    7. Discovered this one while shelf-reading (it was randomly stuck in with the science books) and briefly browsed through it. It's not award-winning material, but it's entertaining. Something to read to pass the time.

    8. I love this book a lot because it has random lists of very interesting things. I recommend everyone to try this, Even though it says book of lists for teens. It doesn't mean that this book is only for teens.

    9. Many, many lists on a variety of topics, some serious and some lighthearted. This is a great read when you want something short but interesting and a good resource.

    10. This book will appeal to non-commital readers looking for a laugh or some insight into the minds of adolescents. It's a light read, but it has some profound lists as well as superficial ones.

    11. My daughter got this from the library, and I browsed through it today. Nothing really outstanding, not very funny.

    12. Very poorly researched, with a lot of debunked urban legends presented as facts. A very poor editorial job.

    13. rude and demeaning to young people and unrealistic that teens would actually listen to it. this book was based on the authors outdated opinions.

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