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From the shelves: books about teens

Teen Read Week, celebrated annually on the third week of October, is an initiative of the American Library Association (ALA) and the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) to encourage the young adults to read. This year’s theme “ It came from the library” gives attention to books that are available in the library. Hence, these books are for and about teens ready for the picking from our very own LRC.

The ultimate teen book guide
Author : Hahn, Daniel & Leonie Flynn,
Location : HS General Collection
Call Number : 028.1 U8 2008

Stuck for something to read? Whether you are searching for a book to blow your mind and change your life, or a light read for the beach, this book is a place to start.

Don’t sweat the small stuff for teens

Author : Carlson, Richard
Location : HS General Collection
Call Number : 158.1 C19a 2000

The book contains simple ways and strategies to keep your cool during stressful times.

Daily Reflections for Highly Effective Teens
Author : Covey, Sean
Location : HS General Collection
Call Number : 158.1 C63d 1999

With this day -to- day success guide, teenagers will learn how to improve their self – iamge, build friendships, resist peeer pressure, achieve their goals, make imporatnt decisions and live healthier, more self -confident lives.

The 7 best things [smart] teens do
Author : Friel, John C.
Location : HS General Collection
Call Number : 158.1 F88s 2000

“ This book is funny at times, but also very serious. There is a great variety of stories and topics and a lot of great tips and advice. It is a very good book, and I highly recommend it to all ages”

– John Giese, 18

To view and download more titles for teens, click here. 

From the shelves: books about teens
by Mrs. Conchita Teresa M. Olivares

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