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    This engaging, best-selling resource by Earl Hipp provides teens with important information on how stress affects daily life, from our health to the choices we make. Additionally, this youth-friendly guide book offers several practical activities to develop behaviors that manage stress in a healthy way including relaxation skills, time management, assertiveness, and building supportive networks of peers and adults.

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    This fun, affordable, and ready to use guide contains over 500 service ideas for young people who want to make a difference. All of the activities in the book are presented in an engaging, youth-friendly format, and the guide is endorsed by Youth Service America.

    • $14.99
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    LGBTQ is the indispensable resource for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning teens—and their allies. This fully revised and updated third edition includes current information on LGBTQ terminology, evolving understandings of gender identity and sexual identity, LGBTQ rights, and much more. Other advice covers topics such as coming out, confronting prejudice, getting support, making healthy choices, and thriving in school and beyond.

    • $16.99
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    Interesting to read and easy to use, inviting teens to learn about the laws that affect them and consider their rights and responsibilities. Especially useful for mid to late teenage youth.

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    Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences has revolutionized the way we think about being smart. Written by an award-winning expert on the topic, this book introduces the theory, explains the different types of intelligences (like Word Smart, Self Smart, Body Smart), and helps kids identify their own learning strengths and use their special skills at school, at home, and in life. As kids read the book, they stop asking “How smart am I?” and start asking “How am I smart?”

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    Cassandra is hassled by her friends for sitting with the “wrong” kids at lunch. Jennifer gets harassed because she’s overweight. Dwan’s own family taunts her for not being “black enough.” Yen is teased for being Chinese; Jamel for not smoking marijuana. Yet all of these teens find the strength to face their conflicts and the courage to be themselves. In twenty-six first-person stories, real teens write about their lives and teenage peer pressure with searing honesty. They will inspire young readers to reflect on their own lives, work through their problems, and learn who they really are.

    • $13.99
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    Leadership is not just about taking the lead in big ways, but in everyday things, too. Written and experiential activities help teens discover their own leadership potential and develop skills that guide them to act responsibly and make a difference in the world around them. A Facilitator's Guide is also available on this topic.

    • $9.99
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    Designed for youth 4-12. All families change over time. Sometimes a child gets a new foster parent or a new adopted mom or dad. They need to understand they can remember and value their birth family and love their new family, too.

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    When the going gets tough, it’s time to get gritty. Written by a clinical child and school psychologist and based in the latest research, The Grit Guide for Teens will help build perseverance, resilience, self-control, and stamina.

    • $18.95
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    Like A Future Near Me, but written specifically for American Indian youth, this pocket workbook asks 100 questions the answers to which can guide Indian youth through two worlds: their tribal community and the larger society.

    • $6.00
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    The New Making It On Your Own tests a youth’s knowledge and challenges them to seek out new information. Workbook covers employment, apartments, home management, health, leisure time, and money management.

    • $8.95
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    A pocket workbook for youth who are thinking about moving out on their own. It includes 100 questions to guide a young adult toward self-sufficiency. It can be used by individuals or groups to stimulate discussion.

    • $6.00
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    Written by young people currently or formerly in foster care, this is a breakthrough handbook for kids first entering the foster care system or for those in placement. Finding Our Place gives youth a kid-to-kid look at getting the best out of their placement.

    • $14.95
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    Thinking About College is a practical, user-friendly guide to help prepare transition-aged foster youth with making decisions and taking actions regarding their post-secondary goals. 

    • $12.95
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    A pocket workbook for youth who are thinking about moving out on their own. It includes 100 questions to help youth and young adults think seriously about the practical realities of moving out for the first time. This booklet can be used by youth who are self-motivated to think ahead or by a parent or mentor who cares about the well-being of a youth in transition to adulthood.

    • $7.00
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    In this first-of-its-kind guided journal for teens, licensed clinical social worker and author of The Anxiety Workbook for Teens, Lisa Schab offers a creative space to help you work through worry and anxiety using fun, engaging, and action-oriented prompts.

    In this unique journal, you’ll find a safe space to explore and strengthen your power over anxiety. You'll also find 100 innovative prompts that give you the chance to release your worries and tension through writing, drawing, laughter, physical movement, self-soothing techniques, and more.

    • $16.95
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    This second edition of The Anger Workbook for Teens includes brand-new skills and activities based in clinically proven treatments such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help teens work through negative thoughts without losing control.

    You’ll find out what’s triggering your anger, look at the ways you react, be more aware of your thoughts and how you interact with them, and learn skills and techniques for managing anger without losing your cool. You’ll develop a personal anger profile and learn to notice the physical symptoms you feel when you become enraged, then find out how to calm those feelings and respond more sensitively to others. Once you fully understand your anger, you’ll be better prepared to manage your feelings in the moment.

    • $17.95
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    This workbook offers a powerful technique called cognitive restructuring to help you reframe your thoughts, regulate your emotions, become a more flexible thinker, and stop letting your thoughts define who you are and how you feel. You’ll learn to target the nine specific kinds of negative thinking habits that can cause you to worry or feel bad, such as the I can’t habit, the doom and gloom habit, the all or nothing habit, the jumping to conclusions habit, and more!

    • $17.95
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