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Where Should I Sit at Lunch? The Ultimate 24/7 Guide to Surviving the High School Years ebook

by Harriet S. Mosatche


They barely give any insights on how to survive high school. The title was very misleading. 23 people found this helpful.

It is truly a '24/7 guide to Surviving the High School Years". 9 people found this helpful. They barely give any insights on how to survive high school.

Start by marking Where Should I Sit at Lunch? . I recommend this book to any freshman or sophomores who are barley beginning Where Should I Sit at Lunch is a guide to getting through the 4 years of high school.

Start by marking Where Should I Sit at Lunch?: The Ultimate 24/7 Guide to Surviving the High School Years as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The point of view in this book is through two experienced, successful women. In the book their purpose is to give advice to high school students on do's and don'ts. Not only do they give advice but they even use real life scenarios involving real teens our age. They call this the ultimate 24/7 guide to surviving the high school years. Written especially for teens aged 13-17, this is the ultimate all-in-one survival guide for today's "desperate" high schoolers. The authors are soughtafter speakers who talk to teens all the time-and they tell it like it is, dishing up the no-nonsense advice that. Everything teenagers need to know about surviving the four most dramatic and difficult years of their lives.

Everything teenagers need to know about surviving the four most dramatic and difficult years of their lives. The authors are soughtafter speakers who talk to teens all the time-and they tell it like it is, dishing up the no-nonsense advice that teenagers are looking for.

The Ultimate 24/7 Guide to Surviving the High School Years. And yes, they tell them where to sit at lunch, too. Shipped in 8 to 10 working days. Provides what teenagers need to know about surviving the four dramatic and difficult years of their lives. Written especially for teens aged 13-17, this guide sets the record on peer groups, part-time jobs, colleges, homework, family, friends, and rivals. Please note that Takealot relies on the relevant brand to provide us with accurate featured content for this product.

Surviving High School: Making the Most of the High School Years by Michael Riera Riera uses his 10 years experience as a counselor to offer ways of dealing with hot topics teenagers face in high school, with an emphasis on providing information they need to make good decisions. High School Bound: The Ultimate Guide for High School Success and Survival by Martin J. Spethman, Chuck Klein (Illustrator) Studying, peer pressure, cultivating good attitudes, dating, sports, homework; these are all things incoming high school freshmen will face in their new surroundings

You're all surviving the hell we call high school together and chances are .

You're all surviving the hell we call high school together and chances are, you’ll have rough days. It also helps not to restrict yourself to one or two friends. It's easier to survive high school with a good reputation of your character than a bad one. Even if people aren't nice to you for no reason, keep your head up. It's hard to hear that, but it's true. if you don’t have the money for dual, take AP. and if you have money for dual, take it! I’ve heard those classes are pretty easy and a joke (I take AP).

Where Should I Sit at Lunch?: The Ultimate 24/7 Guide to Surviving the High School Years by Harriet S. Mostache, Ph. and Karen Unger, . Checklists, tips, and quizzes help your teen with everything from dating to writing term papers to preparing for college. This book features tips from real life experts and teens.

Everything teenagers need to know about surviving the four most dramatic and difficult years of their lives

Written especially for teens aged 13-17, this is the ultimate all-in-one survival guide for today's "desperate" high schoolers. The authors are soughtafter speakers who talk to teens all the time--and they tell it like it is, dishing up the no-nonsense advice that teenagers are looking for. They set the record straight on peer groups, part-time jobs, colleges, homework, family, friends, and rivals. Where Should I Sit at Lunch? offers real-life stories from teens who've "been there, done that" and tips from teen-friendly experts. And yes, they tell them where to sit at lunch, too.

Invissibale
I am a clinician working with adolescents. I have "Where Should I Sit at Lunch" prominently displayed in my offices (and my own home). Numerous patients have picked up the book and asked to borrow it. They have come back saying the book was very helpful and made them feel more comfortable about their worries. As one 14 year old said.. "it's so nice to see that other people feel the same way".

A 16 year old boy said "it's better than my therapy, the book gave me good suggestions on how to handle feeling shy and left out. And you don't have to bother reading stuff you don't want to, just go to the part that interests you." I feel that the Author's are empathic, practical and have put together a book that is readable and believable. THey clearly know teenagers and their struggles. The book is especially user friendly to pre-teens and teens. It is definitely a book that every parent should buy and leave lying around the house. It is truly a '24/7 guide to Surviving the High School Years".
Kegal
I thought this book was right on. It definitely helps. High school is such a hard time now, and most parents don't understand that. They always say that they understand because they were there, but honestly their experience is different because each individual's experience is different. All the topics in the book are exactly what high school teens are thinking about. Sorry parents, but it is the truth and it's good to have a guide that actually hits the true points of high school and not the ideal points. There is so much peer pressure that sometimes we make the wrong decisions, but with something like this guide to fall back on then there is not as much to worry about. Also, most guides are geared towards girls, but they are not the only ones with problems. So having parts about the troubles that guys have makes it that much better.
Ishnsius
I bought this book for my 14 year old son so that he could begin to understand some of the things that go on in high school so that he could read about real experiences instead of my outdated memories. This book gives insight into everything he could need help with like school, friends, body image, relationships, dealing with family, and more. In particular the first hand quotes from actual high school students showed him that there are a range of things that he could encounter in the next four years, and it would be perfectly normal. He has taken away a new comprehension of what goes on in grades 9-12 besides classes which has made him much more comfortable with the transition that will take place at the beginning of this school year.
Zicelik
I bought this book for my 14 year old daughter, thinking that it might give her some insights for today's high school experience. I was expecting a book that dealt with making and keeping new friends, study habits, organization, balancing schoolwork and homelife, etc.

What we got was a book that talks about on-line dating, whether or not oral sex is considered sex, 10 questions to ask yourself before having sex, tattoos, genital piercing, and talking back to teachers. The book seems like a compilation of crap from magazines like GL or J-14. They barely give any insights on how to survive high school. The title was very misleading.
Where Should I Sit at Lunch? The Ultimate 24/7 Guide to Surviving the High School Years ebook
Author:
Harriet S. Mosatche
Category:
Management & Leadership
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Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (March 20, 2006)
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208 pages
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