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Chicken soup for the soul [electronic resource] : teens talk high school / by Jack Canfield ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Canfield, Jack, 1944- | Podehl, Nick [nrt] | Rudd, Kate, 1980- [nrt]Material type: SoundSoundSeries: Chicken soup for the soul on Brilliance AudioPublication details: Grand Haven : Brilliance Audio, 2010Description: 1 sound file : digitalISBN: 9781441880901 (electronic audio bk.); 1441880909 (electronic audio bk.)Other title: Teens talk high schoolSubject(s): High school students -- Literary collections | High schools -- Literary collections | Teenagers -- Literary collections | Teenagers -- Conduct of life -- Anecdotes | High schools -- AnecdotesGenre/Form: Audiobooks. | Downloadable audio books.Additional physical formats: Source record:: Chicken soup for the soul.DDC classification: 810.8/09283 LOC classification: PN6071.Y68 | C45 2010abOnline resources: Click here to access title or place hold | Excerpt Click here to listen to an excerpt of this title Production credits: Director, Colleen Willits.Read by Nick Podehl and Kate Rudd.Summary: This audiobook focuses on issues specific to high school age kids, ages fourteen to eighteen. Teens in high school have mainly moved past worrying about puberty and cliques, so stories in this book cover topics of interest to older teens such as sports and clubs, religion and faith, driving, curfews, growing up, self-image and self-acceptance, dating and sex, family relationships, friends, divorce, illness, death, pregnancy, drinking, failure, and preparing for life after high school...
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Read by Nick Podehl and Kate Rudd.

Duration: 09:24:45.

This audiobook focuses on issues specific to high school age kids, ages fourteen to eighteen. Teens in high school have mainly moved past worrying about puberty and cliques, so stories in this book cover topics of interest to older teens such as sports and clubs, religion and faith, driving, curfews, growing up, self-image and self-acceptance, dating and sex, family relationships, friends, divorce, illness, death, pregnancy, drinking, failure, and preparing for life after high school...

Director, Colleen Willits.

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