Boys Speak: Adolescent Boys Write About Their Inner Lives,
by John Nikkah and Leah Furman. What
do the boys think? Over five thousand schools across the country
were contacted in search of the voices of America's boys. Here
are the voices of our sons, our brothers, our friends, our
neighbors, our families, ourselves.
Boys’ Voices, by William S. Pollack, M.D. and Todd Shuster.
In this book we hear, verbatim, what boys from big cities and
small towns have to say about violence, drugs, sports, school,
parents, love, anger, body image, becoming a man, and much more.
on the Verge: Debutante Dips, Drive-bys, and Other Initiations,
by Vendela Vida. In her look at how
young women are coming of age in America, Vida explores a
variety of rituals that girls have adapted or created in order
to leave their childhoods behind. Vida doesn't just observe the
rituals, she actively participates in them.
Rain, No Rainbows, by Betty Jo Schuler. Laugh, love, and
cry with eight girls in their teens. Slip into their lives and
experience the ups and downs. What would you do if you were the
one meeting these real life challenges? These girls meet
challenges with determination and triumph.
Thoughts, by Barbara Price Galvan. A powerful spiritual
book for teenagers on the delicate topic of suicide, it will
lift your spirits in a witty, caring way as it reminds us how
friendship can bring light into your life.
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