Difficult People: Dealing with Almost Anyone

Difficult People: Dealing with Almost Anyone

by Jennifer Rozines Rozines Roy, Jennifer Rozines Roy

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Children's Literature
Another in the "Teen Issues" series, this book tackles the unlikable and undesirable characteristics that people use to label a difficult person. Drawing from dozens of interviews of teens with counselors, as well as numerous professionally written self-help books, author and psychologist Jennifer Rozines Roy fuses together her own self-help "skeleton," upon which she fleshes out questions and answers about the Adamic and all-too-well known topic called anger. Due to its textbook-like format, this quick-read nonfiction may prove merely a meaty outline to the teen reader; or, he or she may use it as the next step in the path to finding help for anger�his or her own or as a victim of anger. For further help and research, a list of other resource books and Internet sites is included. Poor quality black-and-white photographs appear throughout the sixty-four pages. Overall, the book provides good inforamtion by citing many situations, explanations, suggestions and offering hope. 2001, Bethany House, $17.95. Ages 13 up. Reviewer: Patricia Timbrook

Product Details

Enslow Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date:
Teen Issues Series
Product dimensions:
6.36(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.38(d)
Age Range:
11 - 17 Years

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