Must have for every teenager Bought this for my 12 year old son. Being an avid reader already he picked it up with enthusiasm and finds it very resourceful. After reading a few pages he approached me to discuss the issue of drugs and the danger of taking drugs. there were some example real stories of how drugs can ruin one’s life. I haven’t read enough to provide an in depth review but from first impressions I find it very resourceful and encouraging teenagers to be a better version of themselves , for example there are 15…
Suitable for all ages I read this book nearly 20 years ago when it first came out and this addition has been nicely updated. Sean is the son of Stephen Covey who wrote the hugely successful ‘7 Habits of Highly Successful People’ which I always wanted to read but it is pure text. This version, is full of cartoons, spaces to write, reflections and stories, and is the same 7 habits, so if learning by reading isn’t your thing, give this version a go! Sure the stories are from kids at high school but the principles are…
formatting was really disappointing I haven’t read the book yet (I’ve read the father’s so I have an idea about the content, which was the reason why I purchased it). However I want to say that the formatting of this book is off-putinng for me as an adult, can’t even imagine a teen’s reaction to the small letters / crowded pages. I hardly made it through the first two pages yesterday and really do not feel like opening it again.. May be I’ll edit later to say few more words, if I read some more.
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