TEEN-AGERS ASK MORE QUESTIONS by Sheila John Daly

TEEN-AGERS ASK MORE QUESTIONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This collection of questions and answers is divided into subject headings which begin with teenagers asking about dating and end with parents asking about teenagers. The questions in the dating section seem to be more closely related to particular situations than in other parts-- e.g. one girl's problem with flowers for dance or one boy's difficulty with a blind date. In some cases, the teenagers seem to be merely demanding conversation about a certain topic, not a short definite answer. The problems covered range from letter writing and phone etiquette to proper clothes and make-up and from teacher difficulties to job possibilities. Although some questions seem to answer themselves, teenagers--especially the insecure-- will pick up useful and facts through the author's brief commonsensical advice.

Pub Date: April 6th, 1964
Publisher: Dodd, Mead