Too Old for This, Too Young for That!: Your Survival Guide for the Middle School Years

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Free Spirit Publishing, Aug 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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This Free Spirit classic, Too Old for This, Too Young for That! is a friendly, reassuring guide to help tweens successfully navigate the often-turbulent middle school years. Readers learn they’re not alone in the challenges they face and find practical tips and tools for all kinds of situations—getting settled in at middle school, making friends, handling peer pressure, setting and reaching goals, and dealing with body changes and getting along better with family and adults.

Life in the middle can be tough. For many, the experiences, challenges, and changes of the middle school years can seem like one long roller coaster ride—with ups and downs, twists and turns, and sudden starts and stops. Interactive, inviting, and fun, this book can ease common concerns and help tweens on the middle school roller coaster to enjoy the ride.


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"Too Old For This, Too Young for That!" is a guide to helping kids make it through middle school. It is very helpful because it addresses both the concerns of both boys and girls, and gives very ... Read full review

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Harriet S. Mosatche, Ph.D., is an award-winning author of books for young people. As president of the Mosatche Group (, she provides program development and evaluation support to community and national youth organizations. Harriet also appears on television and radio and in magazines and newspapers to provide advice for young people. She lives in New Rochelle, New York, with her husband.

Karen Unger, M.A., is a writer and editor of books for young people. She also publishes articles on parenting and family issues online and in newspapers and magazines. While working for the Girl Scouts of the USA, Karen produced resources on important topics for girls and young women. Currently a writer for a private school, Karen lives with her family in New York.


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