Teenagers’ Life Skills Guide: The Teen Trip by Gayle Kimball, Ph.D.
A peer-based support group for teens, 1,500 young people report on their experiences and coping techniques, both boys and girls.
Topics include body, feelings, sexuality, drugs, peers, family, school success, work, and community involvement. The author added resources and pertinent information.
Teen Voices magazine editor Alison Amoroso and editorial board wrote,
Parents and people who care about young people wish we could make growing up easy and painless. No one has all the answers, but The Teen Trip has most of them. It’s a fun, interesting book that is guaranteed to make growing up easier. The book combines the wisdom of young people with Dr. Kimball’s research for a useful and important resource. This book will be read, reread, underlined, marked and loved by every young person who reads it.
Sylvia Ann Hewlett, past President of the National Parenting Association wrote,
“The Teen Trip is a candid and thorough look at the potentially daunting issued faced by today’s teenagers, refreshingly presented thought the voices and stories of the teenagers themselves.”
Ashley, 16, said, “It’s time someone wrote a book that teens can actually use and get help from.”
Tyler, 16, wrote, “Readers will find out that it includes a lot of things that teenagers want to know about, like colleges or getting a job.”