Teenage Kicks: 101 things to do before you're 16
Written by Clive Gifford
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An absolute must for every early teenager. Fun, interesting and useful the author has compiled a great list of things to be sure to do before those early care free days â€“ the childish wonder of innocence â€“ are over and before your entire attention span becomes taken up with worrying about the opposite sex.
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Teenage Kicks: 101 things to do before you're 16 by Clive Gifford
Have you ever ...eaten with chopsticks for a week? Had a shopping trolley race? Helped out for a night at a homeless centre? This book will tell you how. With 101 challenges and targets for readers to try out, work towards or aspire to before reaching 16, this book is jam-packed with lots of great ideas, from the simple and quiet to the extreme and profane. With extreme action, travel, jokes and japes, charitable acts and life skills - there's something for every teen to tick off their 'must do' list.
'There genuinely is something for everyone'
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