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Tucker Shaw, staff-writer and dream analyst, shows teens how to solve the mysteries of dreams. He provides analysis of real teens' dreams -- the weird, the funny, the scary. He introduces dream theories of Freud and Jung, and debunks common myths about dreams. Included are practical tactics for taking charge of the reader's dream world: keeping a dream journal, c ...more
Paperback, 167 pages
Published August 7th 2000 by Puffin
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Chris Webber
This book was certainly an easy enough read (I'd say consumable from 10 on up) and entertaining in design, loaded with graphics and illustrations Lots of quotes about dreams, trivia facts about dreams, etc. At the bottom of each page is a ticker with a quote.

My favorite: A dreamer lives for eternity. ~anonymous

It talks about dreaming in color vs b/w, settings of dreams, dreams interpretation and theory (Freud, Jung, etc), how to interpret different settings in your dreams.

It also has an entire
Sky Lea
I read this book back when I was in middle school. I picked it up at a public library and checked it out because it was about a subject I had always wanted to know more about, dreams. (and the cover artwork is beautiful and pretty amazing too) I learned more than I had anticipated. This book is written in a very elaborate way. It teaches the reader a lot of things and is really easy to understand and entertaining with random stories and tidbits of info. I LOVE it!!
A tween-friendly guide to sleeping and dreams. Definitely started my interest in dream interpretations. A very easy read. I loved the lay out of the book and the way it was set up so the non-fiction material didn't seem so dense and daunting.
Jensen Gomez
This was a really interesting book. I learned a lot of factual stuff. If you need to read a nonfiction book than
This is the book you should read, for a nonfiction it's fun.
Pretty good YA read, but I found the Clinton references bizarre.
It was a fun read. I learned some interesting things.
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Tucker Shaw, who has been featured on the Today show, is the author of Everything I Ate and many popular books for teens, including Confessions of a Backup Dancer. His previous Amulet novel, The Girls, was a twist on Clare Booth Luce's classic play The Women. He lives in Denver, where he is a food editor for the Denver Post.
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