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Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul Letters: Letters of Life, Love and Learning

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2012

    Not the best sample ever.... but...

    It sounds like a great book because Chicken Soup For the Teenage Soul is basically my life so.... Should I buy it? Thanks and please reply by writing @chickensoupluver and writing your answer in the box. :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2004

    Teaching teens to deal with daily life.

    ¿Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul letters.¿ This book is about things that teens face in the world. Some of the things this book talks about are helping others, dealing with death and friendship. I think that some of the stories in this book are really good and helpful, but some of the stories are depressing. It¿s easy to read because this book is a bunch of short stories. I think teens should read this book even if it has some depressing parts. The goal of this book is to teach teenagers how to deal with daily life. It is not a book with one author but a book made up of letters and stories that people send in to the editor. I think that the authors and editors met their goal to teach teens. Because they met their goal, it is a good reason to read this book.

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