Dealing with Dad How to Understand Your Changing Relationship by Joseph Perigot, N.B. Grace
  

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Dealing with Dad How to Understand Your Changing Relationship by Joseph Perigot, N.B. Grace

Written with candour and humour, the Sunscreen series offers preteens and teens advice on the topics that interest them most in a compact, highly illustrated paperback that fits conveniently in a handbag or backpack. Not too glib and not overly serious, the Sunscreen books deliver just the right information, and the freedom and protection that come with it. This Sunscreen title deals with one of the most complicated relationships facing teens - how to communicate with their fathers. It seems as though dads often have trouble understanding their teens or managing their expectations. Some teens feel as though they are completely misunderstood or are pretending to be someone who they aren't, just to try to make their fathers happy. This book helps teens to understand the ways in which their relationship is changing so that better communication can be possible, while they simultaneously dealing with new desires to be independent and act as an individual.

About the Author

Joseph Perigot has been a philosophy teacher, a journalist and a publisher and is now a scriptwriter and novelist. He has written a number of celebrated books for children. N. B. Grace is a novelist and playwright who has edited numerous books for young readers. She Lives in the USA.

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Paperback
112 pages

Author

Joseph Perigot, N.B. Grace
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Publication date

24th January 2007

ISBN

9780810992801


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