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No Easy Answers: Short Stories About Teenagers Making Tough Choices (Laurel-Leaf Books) Mass Market Paperback – January 12, 1999
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If you are looking for a book that deals with tough issues in an appealing manner than I would highly recommmend this book to you.
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Great stories for high school students who are in trouble or who have friends who make poor decisions. My students love this.Published 2 months ago by Marty M
Is not what I understood it to be. Was not happy with the book . Glad I did not pay a lot . Will sell it at a garage sale . Won't even bother to finish it .Published 20 months ago by Lisa
A great conversation started of much needed conversations between adolescents and adults. A definite must read and use for educators in the urban middle school.Published 23 months ago by Dr. Derek J. Hall
I bought additional copies for our classroom library. Many of these short stories are taught in my junior literature class as we study teen issues. Read morePublished on October 28, 2013 by T. Waddell
Very great book! I read one story and it's very interesting how the story is related to thinks that are happening knowadays. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Sugeily M. Rosario Vera
There's a story in this anthology called "Wishing it Away," which is so addictive even the most reluctant reader will be at the edge of his/her seat, begging for more. Read morePublished on October 20, 2008 by dmh