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 itas fun. Itas 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: ac Tips for raising well-adjusted parents ac Consumer scams especially aimed at teens ac Foods to eat before taking a test ac Tips for buying a stereo ac How to stay safe at concerts ac Reasons to keep a private journal (and ways to make sure it stays that wayaprivate!) And much, much more . . .The 100 best cartoons are published in a book, and the winners receive U.S. savings bonds. ... Each month they have contests in various areas, and many of the essays submitted get published in the magazine. ... (describe the most amazing teacher you ever had), the Cover Photo Contest (take a great photo of a friend and get it on the cover of Teen Ink), ... and win $25), and the Community Service Award Contest (write an essay about how you would make the world a better place).
|Title||:||the Book of Lists for Teens|
|Author||:||Sandra Choron, Harry Choron|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 2002-10-24|