Dreams

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AlloyBooks, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 167 pages
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Tucker Shaw, Alloy.com staff-writer and dream analyst, shows teens how to solve the mysteries of dreams. He provides analysis of real teens' dreams -- the weird, the funny, the scary. He introduces dream theories of Freud and Jung, and debunks common myths about dreams. Included are practical tactics for taking charge of the reader's dream world: keeping a dream journal, creating dream drawings and poems, and mastering dream analysis through simple worksheets.

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Tucker Shaw is currently the dining critic for the Denver Post. He is the author of Gentlemen, Start Your Ovens.

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