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I loved it because of the letters, the stories were funny, heartbreaking and over-all inspirational to read.
"Here's the thing: You're a freak. Always were. Always will be. One day you'll love this about yourself. But right now you hate it."
Dear Teen Me is a compilation of letters, written by popular YA and MG authors, to their teenage selves, and it is great!
I choose this book because I recognized some the authors in this book. I loved it because of the letters, the stories were funny, heartbreaking and over-all inspirational to read. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Frances
I am reading this book to help my son with his book report,I though I would not like it but I do.This book shows these teenagers that they are not alone, that even us as parents... Read morePublished 18 months ago by c ceir
My daughter had to read this for high school. It was like pulling teeth getting her to read it. I read a few stories and have to agree.Published 19 months ago by julie
Typically, Young Adult authors are adults. Sure, they have lived through high school and their awkward teenage years, but they aren't currently entrenched in them. Read morePublished 20 months ago by OpheliasOwn
"Dear Teen Me" is an interesting concept. Authors write letters to their teenage selves and offer them advice or hope for the future that will come to them. Read morePublished 23 months ago by RCM
I gave this to my daughter for Christmas. She turns 13 this year. I know that kids don't always listen to what adults say, especially their parents, so I wanted to give her another... Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by MicheleLK
I think this book is more suitable for older or sophisticated teens. Very frank and forthright about the issues girls face "grwing up".Published on February 20, 2013 by Steff
Aptly titled Dear Teen Me, seventy YA authors share advice to teens in this compilation of essays. This format allows today's's teens to reflect on life from advice by these... Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by Annie Laura Smith
When you're in high school, it's easy to think that you and your friends are the only ones who have challenges and everyone else has it good. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Cynthia Hudson