The Chocolate Teapot Surviving at School by David Lawrence
  

Synopsis

The Chocolate Teapot Surviving at School by David Lawrence

A re-issue of a best seller with a fun new cover for a new generation of teens. Over 75,000 copies sold! Should you kick bullies? What if all your friends swear? What about girlfriends/boyfriends? What about God? Staying in shape when the heat is on isn't easy - ask any chocolate teapot! So here is some practical help on how to live for Jesus at school. There's help with telling others about Jesus, touching base with other Christians, when you feel you've let God down, and how not to start your career at secondary school. All this wrapped up with fun and humour, and lots of teen-appeal.

About the Author

David Lawrence is an experienced author of books for this age group including The Superglue Sandwich, Travels with My Zebra and Killer Ping-Pong. He is a former Scripture Union schools worker and currently pastors a church in Yate near Bristol.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
114 pages
Interest Age: 11+

Author

David Lawrence
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Publisher

Scripture Union Publishing

Publication date

1st March 2004

ISBN

9781844270514


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