Teen Ink, Our Voices, Our Visions: Today's Teenagers Sharing Thoughts On: Friends, Family, Fitting In, Challenges, Loss, Memories, Love, Heroes

Teen Ink, Our Voices, Our Visions: Today's Teenagers Sharing Thoughts On: Friends, Family, Fitting In, Challenges, Loss, Memories, Love, Heroes

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Teen Ink, Our Voices, Our Visions: Today's Teenagers Sharing Thoughts On: Friends, Family, Fitting In, Challenges, Loss, Memories, Love, Heroes 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I felt so many feelings when I read this book. It truly did touch my mind and soul. This is a wonderful book for any audience.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Usually i'm not a real big reader I can't stand to read. When I started reading this book though I couldn't put it back down. I liked this book a lot why? because I can relate to it so much. There are certain things that have happened in my life and when I read these stories that these teens wrote it helped me deal with some of my own problems. I definently recommend this book to
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Guest More than 1 year ago
For me this book is almost like a really good movie. You go from laughing at one point to crying the next. I think what makes this book so good is the writers. Teens are the best writers when it comes to there opinion. We have so many opinion about many different things and everyone's view is different and this book does a wonderful way of showing all those different views. I also think that if you're a straight-minded person and you read this book it may open your mind to many different views.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hi this was a good book. The stories were sad. I real can relate with thes story becasue i fell like that some of the times and in the memrios are the sad one like this one i read I Love you Mom or the one about the kid with his perents were dead they were sad the one i cna realte to are the ones in chalges. Good Book
Guest More than 1 year ago
Teen Ink is truly a standout as one of the best collection of writings by young adults ever produced. The one hundred-plus authors and artists in the book are honest and very real, and the compliers of the book do an admirable job allowing teenagers of all stripes to describe the ups and downs of their world through their own words. You'll be shocked at how movingly and clearly teens can express themselves when someone wants to listen . . . Teen Ink is a great gift for teens, families, friends, educators and anyone who wants to witness the future and reflect on the past all at once. A beautiful book, indeed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you're thinking this is more Chicken Soup, just with a different title, you're wrong - Teen Ink is better. Despite an unfortunately frivolous cover, the pages inside are brimming with serious talent, quality writing and amazing tales from the heart of the teen years. The variety of topics is quite impressive, so there really is something for everyone. If you're wondering what it will be like to be a teen, trying to remember what it was like to be a teen or care at all about the young people of today and the world tomorrow, read Teen Ink, and share it with others. It's an astounding discovery.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Okay, once in a while I pick up a book and just CANNOT put it down. TeenInk is that kind of book. I stayed in my pijamas all day long and just sat in awe reading brilliant and eloquently written words. This is a phenomenal book that will touch the heart of any reader. There is something in here for everyone with which to relate. I could not believe the insight of all the teenage authors. WOW!!! The universality of the emotions displayed in TeenInk's pages is truly eye-opening. I strongly recommend this book for any soon-to-be teen, teenager, parent, educator, or anyone with daily contact with teenagers. This is clearly teenage writing at its finest.
Guest More than 1 year ago
These gripping selections on loss,friendship, challenges, and fitting in are culled from the more than 300,000 submissions received by Teen Ink magazine in the last decade.As a former high school teacher, now the parent of two teens, I found the book riveting in its honesty, immediacy, and quality of writing. With no adult filter between writer and reader, the true experiences yank the reader into the world of today's teens. Teens will consume the dramatic stories faster than french fries. I found the deeply felt outpourings to be sometimes scary, often sad, and always revealing. This book will help me to be a better parent.