Thursday, April 16, 2009

Chicken Soup for the Soul- Teens Talk GIVEAWAYS!! CLOSED

This giveaway is now CLOSED! Congratulations to Stacie, Annie, and A Stationary Addict for winning :)


101 Stories of Life, Love, and Learning for Younger Teens

Almost everyone hated middle school. It’s a very tough time for adolescents. This “support group in a book” is specifically geared to younger teens -- the ones still worrying about puberty, cliques, discovering the opposite sex, and figuring out who they are. Meant for middle school students ages eleven to fourteen, stories cover regrets and lessons learned, love and “like,” popularity, friendship, tough issues such as divorce, illness, and death, failure and rising above it, embarrassing moments, bullying, and finding something you’re passionate about. The stories provide emotional support, humor, and inspiration for the young teens making their way through the tumultuous middle school years.






101 Stories of Life, Love, and Learning for Older Teens

This book focuses on issues specific to high school age kids, ages fourteen to eighteen. Teens in high school have mainly moved past worrying about puberty and cliques, so stories in this book cover topics of interest to older teens such as sports and clubs, religion and faith, driving, curfews, growing up, self-image and self-acceptance, dating and sex, family relationships, friends, divorce, illness, death, pregnancy, drinking, failure, and preparing for life after high school. High school students will find comfort and inspiration in the words of this book, referring to it through all four years of their high school experience, like a portable support group.





101 True Stories from Kids Who Have Lived Through It

These days, colleges are deluged with applications, and the application process has become something traumatic that students and parents experience together. This book isn’t about how to get into college -- it’s about providing emotional, not tactical, support. The stories in this book are written by kids who have been there and want to pass on their words of support to the kids about to go through the whole ordeal. Story topics include parental and peer pressure, the stress of grades and standardized tests, applications and interviews, recruiting, disappointments, and successes. Parents and students alike will find Getting In... to College a great source of inspiration.

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74 comments:

Alice H said...

The teens talk high school book is what I'd pick - thanks for the chance! alicedemske at hotmail.com

Alice H said...

I subscribe via google reader! alicedemske at hotmail.com

Stacie said...

I'd love to win the Middle school one for my daughter Olivia.

Stacie said...

I follow.

Dawn M. said...

Getting In...To College would be great for my nephew. :0)

Thanks!
librarygrinch at gmail dot com

Dawn M. said...

I subscribe with google reader. :0)

librarygrinch at gmail dot com

J. Cannon said...

I would love to have the Teens Talk High School book. Please count me in!

LuAnn said...

I'd love to read either of these books.

LuAnn said...

I'm a follower!

dolls123 said...

Getting In... to College

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mverno said...

the Teens Talk High School book mverno@roadrunner.com

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

would love the college

linett said...

Middle School would be great for my granddaughter, thanks

Anonymous said...

I would love to read all of them but mostly teens talk high school book

nicolealyssa2009@gmail.com

Shannon said...

the high school one.

Annie said...

I would choose Teens Talk Highschool or Teens Talk Getting into College!


Thanks


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Annie said...

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Thanks


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Annie said...

I subscribe to your blog


Thanks


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Annie said...

I follow your blog


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vmkids said...

I could use any of these books to help teach my bible classes!

denyse said...

I'd love to win the Middle School book for my daughter.

ddtavener said...

I would love to get the Teens Talk Middle School for my Daughter...and I am sure that my soon to be Middle School son will find a way to read it on the sly when he thinks no one is looking!

Anonymous said...

I'd like Teens Talk High-School for my Sophomore.
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Nana*2*4 said...

My granddaughter starts Middle school this year.

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Nana*2*4 said...

I subscribe in Google


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danosor said...

Teens Talk Middle School for my niece.

michelle lopez said...

Teens talk middle school. bill110@optonline.net

luis said...

These books would make a great gift to my 15 year old nephew !!!!

bridget3420 said...

I'd like the college one.

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Ginny said...

I have the middle school one so I'd love to win the high school book!

Ginny said...

subscribed

Ginny said...

following

rosannepm said...

Getting into College. My son is a junior and is concerned about this.

rosannepm said...

I follow publicly via Google

rosannepm said...

I subscribe via e-mail

A Stationary Addict said...

I'd like to win Teens Talk Getting Into College.

A Stationary Addict said...

I am a follower. : )

ktgonyea said...

Count me in :) I'd love the high school one.

ktgonyea at gmail.com

Marianna said...

I'd love to win the middle school book for my son.

susan1215 said...

Teens Talk Getting into College

AmandaK said...

I would the Teens Talk College book since I will soon be heading to college! I could use some perspective!

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Anonymous said...

Hi
I would love the Teens talk High School. My daughter is in High School and could use any help she could get. She's been having a hard time.
Cheers
MarionG
polo-puppy-fluffy(at)hotmail(dot)com

Kim F said...

True stories from kids that have lived through it. My oldest son just started college and is having a hard time with it all. Maybe this book would help him or maybe even me.

Anonymous said...

I'd like the Teens Talk High School book. Thanks.
-Terra H.
partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

Deanne02 said...

I'd love the Teens Talk Middle School book, thanks!

Gabriel J. said...

the high school one.

Erma said...

I would love the chance to win, thanks.
erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

ashley said...

I would like the chance to win this. Thanks.
ashleyhurtt@sbcglobal.net

idahomom said...

My son would enjoy the Middle School one.

chromiumman said...

we'd love the high school book

Michelle said...

College book!

Anonymous said...

the middle school book-my niece is 15.
renee
yeloechikee at hotmail dot com

Jammie said...

I would like to win teens talk middle school

Anonymous said...

Well, I'm real simple. I've got teens in Jr High, teens in High school and an 18 year old about to be in full time college. So any of these books would be great for us. Thanks so much for the giveaway!
Cindi
AylorCD at aol dot com

mom2anutball said...

I would liket he teens talk middle school! Thanks for the chance! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

mom2anutball said...

I follow your blog! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

mom2anutball said...

I subscribe via google reader! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

Jayfr said...

I would love the middle school book

Sherry R said...

I would love 101 Stories of Life, Love, and Learning for Older Teens!

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Sherry R said...

I subscribe in Google reader.

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Sherry R said...

I'm a follower!

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Gianna said...

Middle School :)

Twincere said...

I'd love to win the middle school book, I have one middle schooler and one soon-to-be middle schooler. Thanks for the giveaway!

twincere[at]hotmail.com

idahodad7 said...

We would need middle school. Please and thank you.

Traci C said...

I would love to win the High School edition - my daughter will be a freshman this fall at a new school in a new town. Little bit of positive energy might help.

kerri69 said...

I like the teen talk miidle school which my daughter starts next year i think i am more nervous than her

Donna said...

I would like the middle school.

Donna said...

I put your button on my blog.
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Donna said...

I am a subscriber.

Donna said...

I am a follower.

jceko77 said...

Teens talk high school please
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jceko77 said...

I am a subscriber
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