Teen Miracles: Extraordinary Life-Changing Stories by America's Teenagers

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Adams Media Corporation, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 266 pages
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At once life-affirming and thought-provoking, "Teen Miracles transports readers beyond the slings and arrows of adolescence to reveal startling insights into the miracles of the world around them.

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Teen Miracles: Extraordinary Life-Changing Stories From Today's Teens is a book filled with incredible stories that are truly heart melting. What I like about the stories in this book is that they always seem to have a happy ending. Each of the stories I read had their own special message and inspired me in a couple of different ways. I had a fun time reading this book overall, because all the stories were exciting and unbelievable. During the course of the stories, when nothing can seem to solve the conflict, God reaches out his helping hand and pulls out a miracle. I believe that the message of this book is to always have faith in God no matter how difficult the situation might seem.
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This book is truly amazing. The varieties of the stories throughout this book taught me so much, and will help me a whole lot entering high school. Teen Miracles was filled with true stories, and memorable moments from teens. It makes me believe, miracles can happen. It makes me realize, no matter what, I should stay positive and strong, because a whole lot can happen as a teen. Whether it being fights, shootings, friends splitting up, anything can happen. I will continue to build stronger relationships with my friends, and family members so I can prepare for tough times like this. This book was a life changing experience for my point of view, really glad I read it. -Julius Chatterbooks 

About the author (2004)

Marsha Arons (Skokie, IL), a freelance writer and lecturer, teaches high school English. Her stories and articles have appeared in such national magazines as Redbook, Reader's Digest, and Good Housekeeping. She is the mother of four daughters ranging in age from eleven to twenty-three.

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