Too Old for This, Too Young for That Your Survival Guide for the Middle-School Years by Karen Unger, Mosatche Harriet S.
  

Too Old for This, Too Young for That Your Survival Guide for the Middle-School Years

Written by Karen Unger, Mosatche Harriet S.
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Synopsis

Too Old for This, Too Young for That Your Survival Guide for the Middle-School Years by Karen Unger, Mosatche Harriet S.

No wonder its called middle school. If youre in grades 69' youre not a child any more but youre not a grown - up either. You have more freedom but not enough. Your life is more exciting and more stressful. Youre faced with a lot of decisions but where can you turn for advice? Your friends are as confused as you are' and your parents might not understand what youre going through. Finally theres a survival guide especially for middle schoolers. Comprehensive' interactive' friendly' and fun' it addresses issues that matter to young people this age. Survival tips cover everything from the physical and emotional changes and how to cope' to dealing with family' friends' and school' to taking charge of your life through good decision making and goal setting. Packed with facts' advice' quotes from kids' and helpful tips for surviving the in - between years' this is just what boys and girls need to make the most of middle school - and beyond.

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Format

Paperback
316 pages

Author

Karen Unger, Mosatche Harriet S.
More books by Karen Unger, Mosatche Harriet S.

Publisher

ReadHowYouWant.com Ltd

Publication date

12th November 2010

ISBN

9781458722003


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