Cars, Curfews, Parties, and Parents
Centered around the themes of school and family, this eclectic, funny, compelling book provides teenagers with warm and witty advice from two non-threatening, non-preachy friends! Cars, Curfews, Parties and Parents . . . explores all-important family issues, covering everything from "When am I old enough to date?" to tips on how teens can show maturity to their watching parents.
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