Be Happy Be You: The Teenage Guide

March 5, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Great resource for Teens and Tweens My first impressions was how bright and exciting the cover was. No need for images just a bold red background and big white text…and a smiley of course.As a Mum of a Teenager and a Tween I’m always grateful of any help they can get through these difficult years. I do my best, but sometimes it’s so hard for them to talk about their feelings. Being able to dip into an informative book is the next best thing to Mum.From how to make friends, and how to deal with peer…

Anonymous says:

Helpful teenager guide I’m 15 and my parents bought be this book recently. I would definitely pick this book off the shelf myself, it looks smart and eye catching and has a great layout and easy to read vocabulary. I really like that it doesn’t patronise me and you can dip in and out of the sections when you want to – you don’t have to sit down and read the whole book. There are all kinds of sections that relate really well to teenagers now, like Conscious Consumerism for example. I particularly like all the…

Anonymous says:

Great for teens who want to help themselves but don’t know how One of the defining features of being a teen seems to be that it’s really hard to take advice from those close to you – especially mum/dad/carers. This book is the perfect answer because it allows teens to explore some opportunities for self-help/self-care without being patronised. It’s got 40 practical activities to try with the science to back them up, so there should be something to help almost everyone.

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