Peer Pressure Vs. True Friends! Surviving Junior High Vol. 1
Teen Book Series: Peer Pressure vs. True Friendship! Surviving Junior High (A self help book for teens, parents & teachers)
Peer Pressure Vs. True Friends! Surviving Junior High Vol. 1
Orly Katz
*****#1 KINDLE BESTSELLING TEEN & YOUNG ADULT SCHOOL & EDUCATION***** Surviving junior high! - Discover how to deal with peer pressure and find your true friends… It all started as a joke…It was on one of those days when we could feel that summer had almost arrived. Three boys of my class got hold of one of the quiet geeky kids, and for no special reason decided to pull a prank on him… they tied him to a chair in the middle of the playground and stripped off all his clothes…even his pants and shorts! Interested to read what happened next? Read this and many more fun and exciting stories to find out! A must read for all teens, parents & teachers… This teen's book (age 12-16) gives exceptional, effective, easy to implement tools for dealing with peer pressure issues and true friendship in junior high school and includes:. • True life short stories about growing up! • Tips, helpful rules, simple to do exercises! • Fun ‘test yourself’ questionnaires• A personal journal All of which will help you discover How to deal with peer pressure, How to be “Simply Me” and most important - how to survive junior high! Don't forget to scroll back up and grab your own copy of this beautiful teenage book while the price is still low or read it FREE as part of your PRIME or Kindle Unlimited membership **

Book Details


  • Nonfiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Surviving Junior High is a must-read for any child aged 10+ looking for advice and guidance on overcoming peer pressure and finding true friendship. The book includes sections on negative topics that tweens/teens go through in school, including name-calling and public humiliation, and how to combat these problems with positive ideas. It includes a 'true story' for each subject and suggestions on how to stop the situation. The design of the book is informative, with cartoon pictures to add a touch of humor to what was quite a serious book.

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