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Dear Teen Me
ISBN: 9781936976218
Author: Anderson, E. Kristin (EDT)/ Kenneally, Miranda (ED
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Published: October 2012
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Binding Type: Paperback
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Annotation: A collection of advice and reflections by more than 70 popular young adult authors who reveal personal experiences from their teen years shares recommendations on topics ranging from abuse and relationships to bullying and body issues. Contributors include Lauren Oliver, Ellen Hopkins, Nancy Holder and many others. Original. 30,000 first printing.
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BISAC Categories:
- Young Adult Nonfiction | Social Topics - General (see Also Headings Under Family)
- Young Adult Nonfiction | Biography & Autobiography - Literary
Dewey: 808.068
LCCN: 2012905455
Lexile Measure: 880
Series: True Stories (Zest Books)
Target Grade: 7-9
Grade level: 7-9
Physical Information: 8.25" H x 5.50" L x 0.75" W
Bargain Category: Social Issues, Non-Fiction, Middle School, High School, $1 Books!
Grade level(s): 10th, 11th, 12th
 
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Contributor Bio(s): Anderson, E. Kristin: -

E. Kristin Anderson, co-creater of the blog Dear Teen Me, has worked on the editorial staff at Hunger Mountain. Her work has been featured in the anthology Coin Opera II, a collection of poems about video games.

Kenneally, Miranda: -

Miranda Kenneally is the author of Catching Jordan, Playing Parker, and Bad, Bad Thing. She is the co-creator of the blog Dear Teen Me.


Reviewed by Publishers Weekly Reviews (PW Reviews 2012 October #3)

In 2010, writers Anderson and Kenneally launched a blog where authors posted letters written to themselves as teenagers; more than 70 of those entries are gathered in this book, from Tom Angleberger, Ellen Hopkins, Mitali Perkins, Dave Roman, Sara Zarr, and more. The letters are self-deprecating ("Let's just start by ripping off the Band-Aid," says Robin Benway. "You need to let your bangs grow out"), encouraging ("Go ahead and embrace life on the social fringes," advises Beth Fantaskey), and revealing ("Even though you don't drink, a certain very cruel, very callous guy is drinking—and there's nothing I can do now to stop that thing from happening," writes Carrie Jones). The breadth of emotion and experience the entries cover guarantee that almost any reader will identify with some of the situations and anxieties expressed. Ages 12–up. (Nov.)

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Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2012 November)

Gr 7 Up—Hindsight is entirely 20/20 in this compendium of letters written by young adult authors to their teenage selves. The selections include anecdotes and advice that are sad, funny, or a combination of both. Topics range from sickness and addiction to loneliness and regret to bullying and abuse. All of the letters are filled with reason and wisdom that few teens possess. Each one is accompanied by a photograph of the writer as a young adult. Interspersed throughout the book are fun Q & A spreads about celebrity crushes and first jobs. Avid readers and aspiring writers will enjoy reading about the trials and tribulations of these authors. A couple of the selections written by graphic novelists are drawn in comic form. Letters are arranged by the author's last name, so teens looking for advice on a particular subject or issue will not be able to easily glean pearls of wisdom from this collection. Better organization would have made the book perfect, but overall, Dear Teen Me is a winning collection for both teens and former teens, alike.Lindsay Klemas, JM Rapport School for Career Development, Bronx, NY

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