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Help Your Teen Catch the Lifelong Reading Bug.
Honey for a Teens Heart spells out how good books can help you and your teenager communicate heart-to-heart about ideas, values, and the various issues of a Christian worldview. Sharing the adventure of a book lets both of you know the same people, see the same sights, face the same choices, and feel the same emotions. Life spills out of books--giving you plenty to talk about!
But Honey for a Teens Heart will do more than strengthen the bonds between you and your son or daughter. Youll also learn how to help your teen catch the reading habit and become a lover of good books. Gladys Hunts insights on how to read a book, what to look for in a book, and how to question what you read will challenge you and your teenager alike. Its training for life! And its fabulous preparation for teens entering college.
Including an annotated list of over four hundred books, Honey for a Teens Heart gives you expert guidance on the very best books for teens.
Gladys Hunt was a well-known author and speaker. Her books include Honey for a Woman’s Heart, Honey for a Teen’s Heart, and Honey for a Child’s Heart (revised edition). She also wrote numerous Bible study guides for the Fisherman and Lifeguide series. She lived with her husband, Keith, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.See all Editorial Reviews
My teens are grown up and my TBR list is already longer than manageable in this life. So why would I read and recommend this book? Read morePublished 4 months ago by H. Owsley
Love this book! Well-written and enjoyable, besides being extremely helpful.Published 6 months ago by Avid Reader
Great ideas for enjoying books with your teens. I especially enjoyed the ideas for discussion of the books. I will use it as a reference.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love my Honey for a Woman's Heart so bought it as a gift to a teenager. I hope she will love it as much as I do.Published 13 months ago by email@example.com
This book was purchased to give me guidance in selecting books for my daughter to read next year. I want to expand her reading horizons.Published 14 months ago by Debra M. Burroughs
I don't like it as much as the first one, Honey for a Child's Heart, but that has to do with my values and choices when assigning work for my kids. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Tea&BookLover
My youngest son has autism. As he has entered his teenage years an avid reader, it is wonderful to have such a great resource for excellent books for him to read.Published 19 months ago by VRK