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Dear teen me / edited by E. Kristin Anderson and Miranda Kenneally.

Book Book (2012.)
Description: 189 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm.
Publisher: San Francisco, California : Zest Books, 2012.
5 of 5 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
0 current holds with 5 total copies.
Library Location Call Number Status Due Date
Gordon College Juv/Pic Curr Library Juvenile HQ 796 .D351 2012 (Text to Phone) Available -
Marblehead Teen Nonfiction Y 305.235 DEAR TEEN 2012 (Text to Phone) Available -
Melrose Nonfiction (Second Floor) YA 808.883 Dear (Text to Phone) Available -
Saugus YA Nonfiction YA 808.883 Dear (Text to Phone) Available -
Stoneham Young Adult Area Young Adult 808.883 DEA (Text to Phone) Available -

  • ISBN: 1936976218 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 9781936976218 (pbk.) :
  • ISBN: 0606266291
  • ISBN: 9780606266291
General Note: "Authors write letters to their teen selves"--Cover.
Contents: Want, take, have / E. Kristin Anderson -- Contents under pressure / Jessica Lee Anderson -- Shhhhhh! / Tom Angleberger -- Frame me and nail me to the wall / Sean Beaudoin -- Re-inventing me / Charles Benoit -- 9 things you should know about your life / Robin Benway -- The knife / Ilsa J. Black -- Dance dance revolution / Marke Bieschke -- First kiss-- ish / Joseph Bruchac -- Trust is as important as love / Jessica Burkhart -- Thank you, oily pizza / Josh A. Cagan -- There's no such thing as impossible / Riley Carney -- The future isn't everything / Terra Lynn Childs -- The principal's office / Jessica Corra -- Raising me / Heather Davis -- Getting stood up / Daniel Ehrenhaft -- Losing your sight shouldn't mean losing your rights / Laura Ellen -- I hope you dance-- to the theme from Bonanza / Beth Fantaskey -- Jekyll & Hyde / Caridad Ferrer -- Be honest with yourself / Michael Griffo -- The skinny girl / Janet Gurtler -- It is about to get worse / Kersten Hamilton -- Going all the way / Bethany Hegadus - You are the electric boogaloo / Geoff Herbach -- No calls from Spielberg yet / Faith Erin Hicks -- When dance was your world / Nancy Holder -- Lois Lowry and the space-time continuum vs. boys / K.A. Holt -- Seeping through the cracks / P.J. Hoover -- Finding your voice / Ellen Hopkins -- Who needs luck? / Stacey Jay -- Seizures / Carrie Jones -- Regarding your commendable decision to live / Mike Jung -- Getting past the fear / Stasia Ward Kehoe -- Bad girl / Tara Kelly -- Pick up the phone and call him back, right, now / Miranda Kenneally -- He broke my heart more than he broke your heart / Stephanie Kuehnert -- Hope until the last second / Mary Lindsey -- The ramifications of mouthing off to cute boys / Nikki Loftin -- What will define you / Katherine Longshore -- Winging it / Ken Lowery -- Balancing black and white / Kekla Magoon -- What the bully stole / Mari Mancusi -- All the world's a stage / Gretchen McNeil -- The pursuit of (moments of) happiness / Jodi Meadows -- This is not your story / Saundra Mitchell -- Get better / Hannah Moskowitz -- What I really want / Jenny Moss -- Dancing with the dead / Sarah Ockler -- Best friends forever (for real) / Lauren Oliver & Elizabeth Miles -- Just be yourself / Stephanie Pellegrin -- First kiss / Mitali Perkins -- Keep hold of your strength / Cheryl Rainfield -- Special delivery from your excellent future / Dave Roman -- Stop obsessing, kiss that guy, and party like it's 1999 / Jess Rothenberg -- All roads lead somewhere / Jennifer Rush -- Smile! / Amy Kathleen Ryan -- Sing it out / Tom Ryan -- I'm not going to give you any good advice / Leila Sales -- The friend I thought was long gone / Cynthia Leitich-Smith -- Finding him / Jessica Spotswood -- Boys boys boys / Erika Stalder -- Chunky / Rhonda Stapleton -- Keeping quiet / Mariko Tamaki -- Stolen jeans, smoke rings and self-esteem / Don Tate -- You're so right but so wrong / Melissa Walker -- 100% true, guaranteed / Tracy White -- All kinds of sexy / Jo Whittemore -- What is a friend? / Sara Zarr -- Facing facts : make-overs / Jennifer Ziegler.
Summary: "How many times have you looked back on your teenage years and cringed, wishing you could offer your younger self some guidance? This book of nearly 70 letters by top young adult authors -- including bestselling writers Lauren Oliver, Ellen Hopkins, and Nancy Holder -- does just that, and today's teens will benefit." --Publisher's website.
Authors: Anderson, E. Kristin, 1982- (Added Author). Kenneally, Miranda. (Added Author).
Alternate Title: Authors write letters to their teen selves
Citation: Anderson, E Kristin. "Dear teen me." San Francisco, California : Zest Books, 2012.
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