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Peggy : And Other Enchanting Character-Building Stories for Smar Boys Who Want to Grow up to Be Strong Men - Richard Showstack
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Teaching and Reaching Without Preaching (or Screeching)" The teenage years are a period when young people want to experiment, grow and try new things at the same time that they are not only going through emotional growing pains but are also extraordinarily hypersensitive to anyone (but especially a parent ) giving them advice. This can make the teenage years a time of stress, not only for the person in question but also for their parents, who hate to see their child suffer through mistakes but also know that "preaching" to them will do little good. (As the saying goes: "You can always tell a teenager...but you can't tell him much ") Based on his own experiences (read: "mistakes") as a teenager (and post-teenager), Richard Showstack's stories serve up a large portion of wisdom sweetened with a teaspoon of fantasy and seasoned with a pinch of magic. His two books, The Gift of the Magic and A Horse Named Peggy, teach - and reach - teenagers without preaching to-or screeching at-them. The stories will not only provide pleasure and a gentle "heads up" warning about some wrong turns on the road of life but will also hopefully inspire conversations between children and their parents about the stories' subject matter and life lessons. As one early reviewer said, "The world needs more of this children's,children's books,fiction,literature and fiction,short stories,teen and young adult Teen & Young Adult, Science & Humanities Press

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Paperback, [PU: Beachhouse Books], "Teaching and Reaching Without Preaching (or Screeching)" The teenage years are a period when young people want to experiment, grow and try new things at the same time that they are not only going through emotional growing pains but are also extraordinarily hypersensitive to anyone (but especially a parent!) giving them advice. This can make the teenage years a time of stress, not only for the person in question but also for their parents, who hate to see their child suffer through mistakes but also know that "preaching" to them will do little good. (As the saying goes: "You can always tell a teenager...but you can't tell him much!") Based on his own experiences (read: "mistakes") as a teenager (and post-teenager), Richard Showstack's stories serve up a large portion of wisdom sweetened with a teaspoon of fantasy and seasoned with a pinch of magic. His two books, The Gift of the Magic and A Horse Named Peggy, teach - and reach - teenagers without preaching to-or screeching at-them. The stories will not only provide pleasure and a gentle "heads up" warning about some wrong turns on the road of life but will also hopefully inspire conversations between children and their parents about the stories' subject matter and life lessons. As one early reviewer said, "The world needs more of this!", Fiction

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A Horse Named Peggy And Other Enchanting Character-building Stories For Smart Teenage Boys Who Want To Grow Up To Be Good Men
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Horse Named Peggy - A collection of four short stories about teenage boys who overcome the lack of self-confidence that accompanies a physical disability, take responsibility for their actions, and improve their lives. Livre - Livre, Science & Humanities Pr

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A Horse Named Peggy: and other enchanting character-building stories for smart teenage boys who want to grow up to be good men A-Horse-Named-Peggy~~Richard-Showstack Juv Young Readers>Juv Young Readers>Juv Fiction PB Paperback, BeachHouse Books

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A Horse Named Peggy - Showstack, Richard / Whitfield, Eric
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A collection of Short stories, in the style of fairy tales but with a modern flavor and young adult themes they are described as "Peggy and other enchanting character-building stories for smart boys who want to grow up to be strong men." A Horse Named Peggy Showstack, Richard / Whitfield, Eric, Beachhouse Books

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A Horse Named Peggy

"Teaching and Reaching Without Preaching (or Screeching)" The teenage years are a period when young people want to experiment, grow and try new things at the same time that they are not only going through emotional growing pains but are also extraordinarily hypersensitive to anyone (but especially a parent!) giving them advice. This can make the teenage years a time of stress, not only for the person in question but also for their parents, who hate to see their child suffer through mistakes but also know that "preaching" to them will do little good. (As the saying goes: "You can always tell a teenager...but you can't tell him much!") Based on his own experiences (read: "mistakes") as a teenager (and post-teenager), Richard Showstack's stories serve up a large portion of wisdom sweetened with a teaspoon of fantasy and seasoned with a pinch of magic. His two books, The Gift of the Magic and A Horse Named Peggy, teach - and reach - teenagers without preaching to-or screeching at-them. The stories will not only provide pleasure and a gentle "heads up" warning about some wrong turns on the road of life but will also hopefully inspire conversations between children and their parents about the stories' subject matter and life lessons. As one early reviewer said, "The world needs more of this!"

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781888725667
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1888725664
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2004
Editeur: Beachhouse Books
264 Pages
Poids: 0,263 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1888725664

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
1-888725-66-4, 978-1-888725-66-7


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