How To Live With Parents And Teachers

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From adolescence and alcohol to yelling, your room, and you yourself, How to Live with Parents and Teachers offers help to teenagers when they need it. Eric Johnson provides answers in plain language to the everyday problems that all young people experience.

One hundred twenty-five short bits of advice, arranged in alphabetical order, to help teenagers get along with parents and teachers, under topical headings such as alcohol, anger, chores, grades, guilt, money, ...

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Overview

From adolescence and alcohol to yelling, your room, and you yourself, How to Live with Parents and Teachers offers help to teenagers when they need it. Eric Johnson provides answers in plain language to the everyday problems that all young people experience.

One hundred twenty-five short bits of advice, arranged in alphabetical order, to help teenagers get along with parents and teachers, under topical headings such as alcohol, anger, chores, grades, guilt, money, nagging, teasing, unfairness, and yelling.

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Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal
Gr 7-12 Johnson's straightforward and helpful guide for teens covers 150 topics, among them adolescence, appearance, drugs, dating, divorce, peer pressure, sex, study habits, and values. The alphabetical organization, numerous cross-references, a table of contents, and two indexes provide easy access. Games and activities to improve interaction with family members, teachers, and classmates are included within entries where appropriate. Johnson's writing style is concise and readable. Although many of the topics discussed can be found in other guidebooks for young adults (Help! My Parents Are Driving Me Crazy Ace, 1982 by Jane Marks and Who Am I? Who Are You?: Coping with Friends, Feelings and Other Teenage Dilemmas Addison-Wesley, 1983 by Kathleen London and Frank Caparulo), Johnson's book focuses solely on how these topics apply to getting along at home and in school. Diane P. Tuccillo, Mesa Public Library, Ariz.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780664221843
  • Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
  • Publication date: 12/1/1986
  • Pages: 160
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.37 (d)

Meet the Author


Eric W. Johnson is the author of several books concerning adolescent life, including How to Live Through Junior High, Raising Children to Achieve, and Love and Sex in Plain Language.
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