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Privacy, Please!: Gaining Independence from Your Parents (Sunscreen) Paperback – June 1, 2009

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Grade 6-9–Amblard tackles this topic not only from the side of adolescents but also from parents' point of view. She discusses communication, the need for privacy, school, rules, and the desire for freedom. This book is helpful to those readers seeking to better understand themselves and to those who desire open and honest communication with the people around them. The colorful, stylized illustrations and open format will appeal to younger readers, but the language and situations are more appropriate for young teens.–Denise Moore, O'Gorman Junior High School, Sioux Falls, SD
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Since 1997, Odile Amblard has been the deputy editor in chief of Okapi magazine. Specializing in education, youth, and adolescence, she is the author of numerous books. Céline Guyot has illustrated numerous children’s books.

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