Reinventing Teenagers
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Reinventing Teenagers _ The Gentle Art of Instilling Character in Our Young People provides parents and teachers of teenagers with a fresh approach and a hands-on resource for changing the number one thing we hate about today
Hardcover, 592 pages
Published by Xlibris Corporation (first published November 22nd 2004)
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