Living It Down by Laughing It Up

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Servant Publications, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 152 pages
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The teenage years are fraught with trips, spills, and faux pas -- enough to keep even the coolest teen perpetually red-faced. This book takes a lighthearted look at what is for teens a very serious issue: embarrassment. It helps teens realize that everyone gets embarrassed from time to time, that the feeling doesn't last forever -- and that they can actually learn from those dreaded experiences. Throughout the book, anecdotes and quotes from real teens are inter-spersed with Scripture and helpful advice.

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This is seriously funny stuff! I know Martha's known for writing for young people, but anyone, any age who doesn't laugh all the way through this needs their funny bone adjusted.


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