Think for Yourself: A Kid's Guide to Solving Life's Dilemmas and Other Sticky Problems

Front Cover, Limited, Dec 26, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction
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This young person's guide to solving life's sticky situations presents true-to-life dilemmas, each with a strategy for finding a way to do the right thing.What if you find out that your friend likes to shoplift? What if a buddy suggests that the two of you say mean things about a classmate anonymously online? What if a classmate wants you to help him cheat on a math test? None of these situations is easy to deal with. But, rather than tell kids what to do or not to do, Think for Yourselfoffers realistic advice on how to make smart choices that they can feel good about. The author uses examples of difficult situations which most kids will face; predicaments might involve friends, family, or grown-ups. With the confidence and problem-solving skills readers will gain, they'll be able to handle dilemmas now and in the future.ThisNew Editioncontains new dilemmas (including issues like Internet safety and online etiquette), a new cover, new interior illustrations, and 48 pages of new content.

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