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The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide

The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide

The Real Deal on Girls, Growing Up and Other Guy Stuff

With practical advice on everything from dating, kissing, and shaving, to moods, peer pressure, and partying–plus a lot of laughs–The Teenage Guy’s Survival Guide give you the real deal on everything you want to know. Without giving you a nervous breakdown. Find out: Why do girls make me crazy?What’s up with bad teenage mustaches?Why is my voice going to change?Where is the best place to break up?Who can I talk to about private stuff? In The Teenage Guy’s Survival Guide, Jeremy Daldry tackles the various issues adolescent boys face today with irreverence and true understanding, making it the go-to title for teenage, or soon-to-be teenage guys everywhere.
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Genre: Children's Books / Juvenile Nonfiction / Boys & Men

On Sale: May 1st 1999

Price: $10

Page Count: 176

ISBN-13: 9780316178242

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* "Without being overly earnest or condescending, this [book]...tackles everything from asking a girl out to demystifying the emotional and physical minefield of adolescence....Daldry's tone is irreverent and warmly sarcastic."—Booklist (starred review)
"[Like] a helpful big brother...packed with detailed advice about meaty matters."—The Bulletin
"A pretty cool little book...breezy, humorous, and hip."—VOYA
Here's what a couple of real guys have to say about this book:
"Sometimes the real truth can be embarrassing, but the author has a way of making the reader very comfortable. The comic relief helped a lot!"
Jay O., age 14
"Very entertaining and astoundingly educational...the author talks to the reader as an older brother or a friend, not as a parent or a scientist."—Alan A., age 16