A Taste of Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul III
It's tough being a teenager. No longer a kid but not quite an adult, teens live in a world that's constantly in transition, trying to figure out who they are and where they belong. It's a time of discovery and learning as well as a time of introspection and relationship building. Our teenage experiences help us grow in important ways, and this collection of stories—by and for teenagers—is an inside look at the years that shape our lives.
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