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The Teen Entrepreneur: An Integrated Computer Applications and Entrepreneurship Simulation

by Anthony Masala

This simulation has been developed to provide teenage-level students with an in-depth, real-world experience in creating a comprehensive business plan for a student-selected teen-based business. The Teen Entrepreneur contains a collection of 21 individual projects designed to give students hands-on practice in using their computer skills to create a variety of standard business plan documents and marketing materials for their own business.

Teen Girlfriends: Celebrating the Good Times, Getting Through the Hard Times

by Julia Devillers

Based on over 150 interviews with young women, the importance and meaning of teen girlfriends is discussed. Includes a quiz and the ten qualities of a great girlfriend.

Teen Health Course 1

by McGraw-Hill Education Staff

Teen Health is the integrated, activities-based health program written especially for middle school students. This sequential, three-course program provides the perfect combination of course material and interactive multimedia resources. <P> Teen Health helps students understand that good health affects their school performance, their friendships, their looks, and their lives. In middle school, life changes quickly. There's more freedom and more peer pressure. Students might be faced with life-changing decisions when they least expect it. That's one reason why mastering good health skills is so essential during the teen years. Teen Health stretches far beyond traditional health topics to cover the subjects your students really want to know about. It explains the importance of avoiding risky behaviors and provides step-by-step guidelines on how to do so.

Teen Health, Course 1

by Dinah Zike Mary H. Bronson Michael J. Cleary Betty M. Hubbard

TO BUILD GOOD HEALTH, MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS NEED THE RIGHT TOOLS. Teen Health is the integrated, activities-based health program written especially for middle school students. This sequential, three-course program provides the perfect combination of course material and interactive multimedia resources. Teen Health helps students understand that good health affects their school performance, their friendships, their looks, and their lives. Teen Health stretches far beyond traditional health topics to cover the subjects your students really want to know about. It explains the importance of avoiding risky behaviors and provides step-by-step guidelines on how to do so. Student-friendly modules allow you to supplement the core curriculum with selected topics. Course 2 Student Modules . Abstinence . Safety and Injury Prevention . Tobacco, Alcohol, and Other Drugs.

Teen Health, Course 2

by Mary Bronson Merki Michael J. Cleary Joel D. Hubbard

Good health involves every part of your life. Health is a combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being.

Teen Health, Course 3

by Mary Bronson Merki Betty M. Hubbard Michael J. Geary

To Build Good Health, Middle School Students Need the Right Tools! Glencoe Teen Health is the integrated, activities-based health program written especially for middle school students! This sequential, three-course program provides the perfect combination of course material and interactive multimedia resources. Glencoe Teen Health helps students understand that good health affects their school performance, their friendships, their looks, and their lives. Glencoe Teen Health stretches far beyond traditional health topics to cover the subjects your students really want to know about. It explains the importance of avoiding risky behaviors and provides step-by-step guidelines on how to do so. Student-friendly modules allow you to supplement the core curriculum with selected topics. Course 3 Student Modules: HIV/AIDS, Healthy Relationships and Sexuality, Violence Prevention. Take a virtual tour of this program by clicking on the Teen Health e-Sample package here.

Teen Idol: a Novel

by Meg Cabot

Ask Annie your most complex interpersonal relationship questions. Go on, we dare you! All letters to Annie are subject to publication in the Clayton High School Register. Names and e-mail addresses of correspondents guaranteed confidential. High school junior Jenny Greenley is good at solving problems ... so good she's the school newspaper's anonymous advice columnist. Even if solving other people's problems doesn't make her own -- like not having a boyfriend -- go away, it's still fun. But when nineteen-year-old screen sensation Luke Striker comes to Jen's small town to research a role, he creates havoc that even levelheaded Jenny isn't sure she can repair ... especially since she's right in the middle of it. Can Jen, who always manages to be there for everybody else, learn to take her own advice, and find true love at last?

Teen, Inc

by Stefan Petrucha

Legally, a corporation is a person, so why shouldn't they be able to adopt a child? Fourteen year old Jaiden's family is a corporation and his home is an office building. When his parents are killed in an accident caused by a faulty piece of equipment manufactured by NECorp, the company adopts him and raises him in its headquarters. Now as a teenager, Jaiden, is longing for a normal life -- attending high school, living in a house, having a girlfriend -- and is starting to rebel in search of it. With the help of his new friend, Jenny, he uncovers some disturbing and scandalous information about NECorp and must make the tough decision to stay loyal to his "family" or to follow his instincts.

Teen Ink: Our Voices, Our Visions

by Stephanie H. Meyer John Meyer

Written entirely by teens, "Teen Ink" uniquely captures the essence of what it means to be a teenager. This collection of prose and poetry represents the honest, forthright, and compelling moments that define their lives.

Teen Life!: Living, Learning, Caring

by Martha Dunn-Strohecker Deborah Tunstall Tippett

Teen Life! Living, Learning, and Caring is a book about you. It's about understanding yourself. It's about being a responsible member of your family and community. It's about managing your resources. It's about the foods you eat, the clothes you wear, and the job you may choose in the future.

Teen Love, on Relationships: A Book for Teenagers

by Kimberly Kirberger

Love is often a mystery to teenagers - sometimes painful, other times glorious, always challenging. This book will help them understand and sort out their myriad feelings and experiences. Rather than merely offering one adult's opinions or reflections on love, Kirberger deftly combines material from teens dealing with firsthand adolescent love with that from adults sensitive to the special needs of teens. She includes original letters she has received from teens, along with her responses to their questions, concerns and confusion. This blend provides a wide-ranging perspective on love and relationships. It will enable teens to gain wisdom and choose more wisely when making decisions in love and relationships. This book is designed to guide teens through the maze of love and relationships in a gentle, understanding and compassionate way. It isn't a dos-and-don'ts manual, but rather a how-it-is-in-love guidebook. Teens will come to treasure it as a wise and loving counselor and companion. On the roller-coaster ride of teen love, this is one book no teen can afford to be without. Check out the companion book, Teen Love : A Journal on Relationships, co-authored with Colin Mortensen of MTV's Real World/Hawaii.

Teen Parents (The Changing Face of Modern Families)

by Rae Simons

Today society has many different kinds of families, and the challenges they face are all unique. The real-life families in this series offer their thoughts about what they have learned from their situations.

Teen Taxi (The Fabulous Five #18)

by Betsy Haynes

When Melanie's mother decides to start a business driving latchkey kids to school, Melanie is sure that her reputation and social life are ruined.

Teen Tragedy: A Real Life Emergency

by Julia Campbell

A high school senior died because his friends did not call 911. Pictures described, new words defined, glossary at the end.

The Teen Whisperer: How to Break Through the Silence and Secrecy of Teenage Life

by Gary Brozek Mike Linderman

Mike Linderman is a teen therapist unlike any other. A real-life cowboy, he wakes up at the crack of dawn, works the cattle on his ranch, and then counsels some of the country's most troubled teens, approaching them with a unique blend of down-home honesty, straight-talk discipline, and pure intention that is rarely found in a therapist's office. Most of the teens Mike treats are angry, abused, violent, and dangerous, yet despite their difficult pasts, he has achieved extraordinary success with them, helping to turn their lives around and earning him the nickname the "Teen Whisperer." In this book, he shares the secrets behind his success with parents everywhere, demonstrating how his regimen of hard work, integrity, and effective communication has turned seriously at-risk kids into loving, well-balanced, and productive teens. More than just a plan to rein in bad behavior, The Teen Whisperer deconstructs the emotional barriers that adolescence has placed between you and your child, helping you work with teens on their level-instead of simply treating them as subordinates. With this straightforward and open perspective, both you and your teen will learn to offer each other mutual respect and kindness, as you work together to heal the troubled hearts of your family.

The Teenage Liberation Handbook: How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education

by Grace Llewellyn

This book written for teens is a thorough guide to all aspects of unschooling from how to convince your parents to how to deal with the legal issues involved. For the parent it can offer the opportunity to re-discover the possibility of joyful learning. For all readers it is a well-written and thought provoking look at the formal education system and what options are possible.

Teenage Love Affair

by Ni-Ni Simone

17-year-old Zsa-Zsa Fields is the body rockin', name droppin' and top model poppin' girl that all the haters love to hate and everyone else tries to imitate. But she has a secret: the love of her life, Ameen Jones, is a handful of trouble and their relationship is out of control. After a tragic event lands her in hospital, Zsa Zsa finally breaks up with Ameen. But there's more drama around the corner when things heat up between her and her best friend, Malachi; especially when she finds out that she's not the only one who wants him.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze

by B. B. Hiller

The novelization of the movie.

Teenage Waistland

by Lynn Biederman Lisa Pazer

"You all believe that losing one-hundred-plus pounds will solve everything, but it won't. Something far heavier is weighing on you, and until you deal with that, nothing in your lives will be right. " -Betsy Glass, PhD, at first weekly group counseling session for ten severely obese teens admitted into exclusive weight-loss surgery trial Patient #1: Female, age 16, 5'4", 288 lbs. Thrust into size-zero suburban hell by remarried liposuctioned mom. Hates new school and skinny boy-toy stepsister. Body size exceeded only by her big mouth. Patient #2: Male, age 16, 6'2", 335 lbs. All-star football player, but if he gets "girl surgery," as his dad calls it, he'll probably get benched. Has moobies-male boobies. Forget about losing his V-card-he's never even been kissed. Patient #3: Female, age 15, 5'6", 278 lbs. Morbidly obese and morbid, living alone with severely depressed mother who won't leave her bed. Best and only friend is another patient, whose dark secret threatens everything Patient #3 believes about life. Told in the voices of patients Marcie Mandlebaum, Bobby Konopka, and Annie "East" Itou, Teenage Waistland is a story of betrayal, intervention, a life-altering operation, and how a long-buried truth can prove far more devastating than the layers of fat that protect it.

Teenage Witches: Magical Youth and the Search for the Self

by Helen A. Berger Douglas Ezzy

A popular new image of Witches has arisen in recent years, due largely to movies like The Craft, Practical Magic, and Simply Irresistible and television shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Charmed. Here, young sexy Witches use magic and Witchcraft to gain control over their lives and fight evil. Then there is the depiction in the Harry Potter books: Witchcraft is a gift that unenlightened Muggles (everyday people) lack. In both types of portrayals, being a Witch is akin to being a superhero. At the other end of the spectrum, wary adults assume that Witches engage in evil practices that are misguided at best and dangerous at worst. Yet, as Helen A. Berger and Douglas Ezzy show in this in-depth look into the lives of teenage Witches, the reality of their practices, beliefs, values, and motivations is very different from the sensational depictions we see in popular culture. Drawing on extensive research across three countries--the United States, England, and Australia--and interviews with young people from diverse backgrounds, what they find are highly spiritual and self-reflective young men and women attempting to make sense of a postmodern world via a religion that celebrates the earth and emphasizes self-development. The authors trace the development of Neo-Paganism (an umbrella term used to distinguish earth-based religions from the pagan religions of ancient cultures) from its start in England during the 1940s, through its growing popularity in the decades that followed, up through its contemporary presence on the Internet. Though dispersed and disorganized, Neo-Pagan communities, virtual and real, are shown to be an important part of religious identity particularly for those seeking affirmation during the difficult years between childhood and adulthood.

Teenagers From Outer Space

by Mike Pondsmith

So How Does a Six-Armed Green-Skinned Guy from Arcturus Get a Date on a Saturday Night? Yo, dude! Aliens from Beyond the Stars have invaded our planet! They're enrolling their kids in our schools, shopping in our shopping malls, and hanging out in our fast food joints! High school is never going to be the same again. Six-armed green-skinned guys from Arcturus are gonna date your kid sister! Silicon-based lifeforms are gonna poke their school lunch and wonder what it's supposed to be! On second thought, maybe high school won't be so different after all. What Is This Thing? Teenagers from Outer Space is a roleplaying game set on an Earth where fun-loving space aliens go to our high schools and party with the Earth kids. In the game you play the part of a teenager-alien or human-and have adventures fighting mutant monstrosities, saving the world from ravening rabbits from the X dimension, and getting your homework in on time. You're not a gamer? No sweat, dude. Teenagers is a giggle. You'll have fun reading it, even if you never play. (Honest. Hey, trust us on this one, okay?) And if you decide to play, it'll be a snap. Unlike other roleplaying games, Teenagers doesn't have encyclopedia-long rules that you have to study like a textbook before you can play. You can learn to play this thing in minutes. Seconds, even. . . . Well, okay, maybe not seconds. And if you are a gamer-hey, butchering orcs is swell for a while, but isn't it time for a change of pace? Dragons are dangerous and dungeons are deadly, but there's nothing quite as awesome, quite as fearful, quite as horrifying as an order to report to...the principal's office!

Teenagers Preparing for the Real World

by Chad Foster

Finally a book that young people like to read! Teenagers Preparing for the Real World is a short, engaging book that teaches students the critical skills they need for success in the real-world. Chad Foster relates to young people and delivers the messages that parents, educators and employers value and reward. Through inspirational and entertaining stories about people like Michael Jordan, Elton John and Arnold Schwarzenegger, the book's messages of success focus on the pursuit of dreams, communication skills, early career preparation, networking skills, integrity, and community service. It's Fun! It's Easy! It's Right for teaching core values to today's youth.

Teens at War: Ten True Tales

by Allan Zullo

This inspiring collection of stories about patriotic teens who served their countries courageously during times of war, spans the time period of the Revolutionary War through the Korean War.

Teens Can Make It Happen: Nine Steps to Success

by Stedman Graham

From the prominent businessman and author of "You Can Make It Happen" comes a new personal success guide aimed at the booming teen audience. With refreshing honesty, Graham relates stories from his own experience and stresses the importance of self-esteem as the way to overcome peer pressure and daily stresses.

Teens Cook Dessert

by Megan Carle Jill Carle Judi Carle

WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOUR SWEET TOOTH STRIKES? If you've cooked with Megan and Jill Carle before, then you know about their to-die-for desserts. Following the smash success of their first book, Teens Cook, this pair of sweet and sass is back to share 75 of the gooiest, yummiest desserts in their repertoire--we're talking recipes so good they've become family legends. From quick treats to impressive holiday sweets, Megan and Jill know exactly what they like and don't like. In Teens Cook Dessert, they'll teach you how to bake what you want to make, impress your family and friends, and have an awesome time while you're at it. Like most siblings, Megan and Jill don't always agree. When it comes to dessert, Megan likes the sophisticated sweets she has sampled while traveling abroad, while Jill loves all-American cookies, cakes, and pies. Here's a taste of what they're baking: Malted Milk Ball Cookies Tiramisu Vampire Cupcakes Peppermint Ice Cream Sandwiches Cinnamon Lollipops Funnel Cakes Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookies Chocolate Chip-Pecan Pie If all you can find to satisfy your sugar fix is a box of freezer burned popsicles, take a turn with a wooden spoon with Megan and Jill at your side. They give you tons of tips and shortcuts, clarify kitchen vocab and ingredients, and explain intimidating techniques with ease. With color photographs and step-by-step instructions for every recipe, these desserts are a whole lot cooler to eat than raw cookie dough from a tube.

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