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Today's Teen By Sanford
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Todays Teen offers guidelines and ideas to help teens deal more constructively with situations they face. Teens need to know that their ideas and feelings are important and that their dreams are real... More > and obtainable. The slim book slips easily into a book or purse and space is provided at the end of each chapter for the reader to make personal notes related to the chapter content. Today's Teen is written specifically for the teen reader as a user-friendly guide. Junior or high school social studies and health classes might consider the use of Today's Teen to create thought and discussion.< Less
HOW TO FOR TEENS? By Maurice Patterson
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How to for Teens is a workbook that touches upon the critical social and emotional issues that are in the forefront of the teenagers day-to-day existence. The author leaves no stone unturned in this... More > book, making for a wonderful platform for lively discussion and debates when used in a workshop or classroom setting. The book is firm but caring in its approach to helping teens make positive decisions. It discusses issues such as sex, peer pressure, conflict resolution, drugs, health, school, jobs, as well as self-awareness. The book does require participation from the reader, which is an effective and engaging learning tool. There are very few teen guides of this magnitude on the market, it is a must have.< Less
Teen Boxers By California Supreme
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Amber is a brazen little wench, although she has the body of a woman... 5 ft 6 in, 130 pounds of muscle and beauty. Tonight Amber is fighting Deseri, a bigger teen at 6 ft, 160 pounds... tough and... More > experienced! The current champion, Deseri has KNOCKED OUT most of her opponents! They enter the ring and Deseri flashes Amber a look of utter contempt, but Amber remains her sweet and demure self... UNTIL the sound of the bell... 7 page black and white comic 8 1/2 x 11 inches (letter sized) Print-Ready PDF file. Contains NO nudity, but recommended for mature readers.< Less
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How To for Teens? Conflict Resolution By Maurice Patterson
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This is a book that focuses on conflict resolution and self control. The author discusses how body language and disposition can give signals that will diffuse or ignite a given situation. The book... More > sets out to raise awareness of the importance of being clear-headed and even tempered, while highlighting the pitfalls of taking actions out of anger and pride, instead of thinking first. As if that weren’t enough, there is also a chapter that centers around personality enhancement techniques, where the reader can learn ways to improve their character and likability. This is a much needed guide book for teenagers and young adults, it makes for an excellent gift.< Less
"A Gilgamesh Play for Teen Readers" (A Tale of the First Myth & Legend of Mesopotamia) By Jerry L. Parks
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The story is the legend of the great king Gilgamesh, and the eventual tragedy of his friendship with Enkidu—lord of the wild. It was written by a Sumerian, but was absorbed into later... More > Babylonian, Akkadian, and other ancient cultures. Because of Gilgamesh’s arrogance and pride, the gods created Enkidu—a warrior as powerful as the king—in order to teach the king humility. The warriors became friends and had many adventures together. But the evil goddess Ishtar punished Enkidu (and eventually Gilgamesh) with an untimely death sentence, and Gilgamesh undertook a long journey in search of Utnoa (Utnapishtim) the Faraway—survivor of the Great Flood. Utnoa alone had knowledge of the secret fruit of immortality, which lay under many waters. At the story’s end, the fruit benefits neither the king nor his friend, but ironically, Gilgamesh—through this timeless story—has indeed become immortal.< Less
"A Gilgamesh Play for Teen Readers" (A Tale of the First Myth & Legend of Mesopotamia) By Jerry L. Parks
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The story is the legend of the great king Gilgamesh, and the eventual tragedy of his friendship with Enkidu—lord of the wild. It was written by a Sumerian, but was absorbed into later... More > Babylonian, Akkadian, and other ancient cultures. Because of Gilgamesh’s arrogance and pride, the gods created Enkidu—a warrior as powerful as the king—in order to teach the king humility. The warriors became friends and had many adventures together. But the evil goddess Ishtar punished Enkidu (and eventually Gilgamesh) with an untimely death sentence, and Gilgamesh undertook a long journey in search of Utnoa (Utnapishtim) the Faraway—survivor of the Great Flood. Utnoa alone had knowledge of the secret fruit of immortality, which lay under many waters. At the story’s end, the fruit benefits neither the king nor his friend, but ironically, Gilgamesh—through this timeless story—has indeed become immortal.< Less
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