TEEN-AGERS GUIDE FOR LIVING by Mary G. & Judson T. Landis

TEEN-AGERS GUIDE FOR LIVING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From alcohol to acne, the bones of contention which disturb the family peace and divide adolescents from their elders are considered here with suggestions for teen-agers to follow in achieving the independence they desire. Earning and spending money, the ever-controversial family car, moral codes, dating and hobbies, are sympathetically discussed -- with attention also to manners. Parents will approve the attitudes of the authors, and teens should sanction the fairly liberal policies proposed. Adequate.

Pub Date: Sept. 13th, 1957
Publisher: Prentice Hall