From School Library Journal
YA These comic fables have an irresistible appeal as ``just for fun'' reading. The funky, splotchy, scratchy style of the accompanying drawings may remind some readers of their own doodles, stick figures and all. Problems of drug abuse, sex, peer group acceptance, and family relationships are among those covered, and practical solutions are portrayed in a humorous style. It is likely that many readers will finish the book in one quick session, with plenty of laughs along the way. Teen psychologist Wolf introduces each story with an insightful essay addressed to both teens and parents. Good advice and good humor. Keddy Outlaw, Harris County Public Library, Houston, Tex .
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