Kids and Teen Furniture
When you have a brother or sister with autism, it's completely natural to feel that life is unfair sometimes, that too much is expected of you. Perhaps you feel you get less attention from your parents than your sibling or you are angry with your parents for not coping better. Maybe you just want more information and to know if there is anyone else out there going through the same things. The author hopes that this book written especially for teenage siblings of people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) will help them to realise that they are not alone and to be honest about their feelings, to understand their siblings better and to know where to look for further help. Information about autism, advice on how to get on with all the family and ways of coping when things get difficult are presented in a colourful and lively magazine-style format, with real-life stories, question-and-answer sections, a quiz, and a problem page. Carolyn Brock brings a wealth of experience to this book. She is the mother of three children, including one with an ASD (now all grown up). She is also an SEN teacher and ran autism family support services for many years in Nottingham. Carolyn is the author of My family is different, a workbook for younger siblings (5 to 8 years old) of children with ASDs, also published by The National Autistic Society (NAS). Talented illustrator, Jess Abbo, has given this book its unique, humorous, edgy and eye catching style.
Teen Life is the ultimate and most complete teen guide that shows how to survive the teen years. It deals with all the issues teens face today such as teenage dating, how to be popular, how to make friends, teen bullying, teen pregnancy, teen sex, how to deal with difficult people, and peer pressures while showing teens how to successfully navigate through the turbulent high school years. Teen Life is an advice book that offers the kind of inspiration that teens can relate to in a concise and straightforward language they can understand. This teen help book explains the consequences of bad choices and shows how choosing positive alternatives can successfully impact their lives. Teenagers will not always confide in the adults in their lives due to fears of being judged or punished. Teen Life provides a safe and comforting place were they can gain insight on their own terms. Teen Life offers ideas on how to enhance high school life, how to deal with your first crush, all types of relationships, secrets, how to prepare for the future, and more. It motivates teenagers to take a positive initiative that will enhance their lives and secure a prosperous, successful and happy future..
An indispensible and entertaining manual for parents on the verge of having a teenager, by Americaa s favorite cartoon team. In their award-winning comic strip "Zits," artist Jim Borgman and writer Jerry Scott have succeeded in creating one of the most poignant, realistic, and funny portrayals of a teenager found in any medium today. Parents themselves, Borgman and Scott have learned a thing or two along the way in their creative and family lives. The result is "A Zits Guide to Living with Your Teenager." A combination of select "Zits" comic strips depicting the relationship between teenager Jeremy Duncan and his parents, Walt and Connie, and witty, knowing, and dead-on commentary from Borgman and Scott, "A Zits Guide to Living with Your Teenager" is an indispensible and entertaining manual for parents on the verge of having a teenager. "Zits" has twice been honored with the award for Best Newspaper Comic Strip by the National Cartoonists Society and received the "Max and Moritz" award for Best International Comic Strip in 2000."
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