If...: Questions for Teens
Random House Publishing Group, Dec 10, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
Adolescence is one of the most challenging times of our lives — and, of course, the most fun. What do teens want to know about and ask about? It may be friends, TV, school, romance, music, peer pressure, cliques, proms, parties, gossip, parents, food, hair, videos, shopping, sports, card, the future — just to name a few. And there is nothing more fun for teens than asking friends and schoolmate questions about all these things.
With the same imaginative zeal that has made the If series so wildly popular, Evelyn MacFarlane and James Saywell engage teems with question such as:
If you could pick any three friends to go to college with, whom would you take?
If you could start a new fashion trend a school, what style would you propose?
If you could have any one super power, what would you choose?
If you were stranded on an island and could have one CD, movie, and book — what would they be?
If you could have starred in any music video in history, which would you pick?
From the Hardcover edition.
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