A , practical and thorough investigation of teen age problems with the emphasis on fruitful self analysis. The problems...

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A , practical and thorough investigation of teen age problems with the emphasis on fruitful self analysis. The problems treated are the crisis brewers:- crucial relations with parents, brothers and sisters; money troubles; social, date and friend problems; study difficulties; teacher relationships, the I.Q. and the preservation of ideals in this atomic age. There is also a section which discusses racial prejudice. Throughout the author encourages the reader to wrestic with his own problems by comparing them to the situations presented in the and questions at the end of each chapter encourage him to recognize basic motivations is thinking and behavior. A stimulating guide to getting along with others and yourself in a difficult period. Should be required reading in high schools.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1951