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books Recommended Books:

101 questions about sex and sexuality: with answers for the curious, cautious, and confused  by Faith Hickman Brynie

Chasing the high: a firsthand account of one young person's experience with substance abuse by Kyle Keegan

Easy for you to say: q & a's for teens living with chronic illness or disability by Miriam Kaufman

Eight stories up: an adolescent chooses hope over suicide by DeQuincy A. Lezine

Growing up on the spectrum: a guide to life, love, and learning for teens and young adults with autism and Asperger's by Lynn Kern Koegel and Claire LaZebnik

Inside out: portrait of an eating disorder by Nadia Shivack

Learning disabilities: the ultimate teen guide by Penny Hutchins Paquette, and Cheryl Gerson Tuttle

Mind race: a firsthand account of one teenager's experience with bipolar disorder by Patrick E. Jamieson

Monochrome days: a firsthand account of one teenager's experience with depression by Cait Irwin

My Kind of Sad: What It's Like to Be Young and Depressed by Kate Scowen

Take action!: a guide to active citizenship by Marc Kielburger and Craig Kielburger

The thought that counts: a firsthand account of one teenager's experience with obsessive-compulsive disorder by Jared Douglas Kant

Too stressed to think?: a teen guide to staying sane when life makes you crazy by Annie Fox and Ruth Kirschner

What you must think of me: a firsthand account of one teenager's experience with social anxiety disorder by Emily Ford

Your Pregnancy and Newborn Journey: A Guide for Pregnant Teens by Jeanne Warren Lindsay

World Wide Web Recommended websites:

blue bullet Advocates for Youth - An organization that helps young people make informed, responsible choices about reproductive and sexual health.  

blue bullet Being Girl - This site from  Procter & Gamble Co. offers advice about puberty along with games, quizzes, polls and free samples. 

blue bullet Do Something - This great social action website is for teens only.  No grown ups are allowed! 

blue bullet Go Ask Alice! - The Health Education Program at Columbia University answers questions on teen health issues, fitness and nutrition, eating disorders, alcohol, nicotine and drug usage, sexuality, pregnancy, contraception, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV?AIDS.

blue bullet Kids! Know Your Rights: A Young Person's Guide to Intellectual Freedom (PDF) - Created by the Intellectual Freedom Committee 2005-2007, Association for Library Service to Children, a Division of the American Library Association.  by the Intellectual Freedom Committee 2005-2007,the

blue bullet I Wanna Know - Provides information about safe and responbsible sex and the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases as well as information about preventing the spread of disease through body piercings and tattoos.

blue bullet Monadnock Teens - Advice, events, and more!

blue bullet National Runaway Switchboard - Offers advice for teens who are having problems as well as information for parents, teachers and concerned adults.

blue bullet NIDA for Teens: The Science Behind Drug Abuse - Get answers from the director of the National Institute of Drug Abuse.

blue bullet SEX, ETC. - A web page about sex for teens by teens. Teens share their experiences and solutions through feature stories, polls and message boards.

blue bullet Teen Activist.Org

blue bullet Teen AIDS - Advice for teens by teens, and Q&A sections make this an important site. The Foreign AIDS pages provide information in Spanish, French, Vietnamese, Chinese and other languages. 

blue bullet Teen Help - Lots of info for troubled teens and their parents.

blue bullet Teen Voices

blue bullet Teens Health

blue bullet Volunteer in your Area from Dosomething.org 

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