There are many books written to help parents with their teens, but Survival Notes for Teens by Robert Stofel was written for the teens to help themselves, and I believe it will.
The simple format combined with its brevity makes this ideal for teens. Admit it: very few teens read outside of what is required for school. This book is simple, to the point, and has scripture to back up every topic in the book. Plus, it covers issues for teens that most adults wouldnít consider an issue. If parents fail to discuss something with their teenagers, this book will cover it. Think of it as insurance for raising godly kids.
I hope that all kids receive this book for their thirteenth birthday. Truthfully, itís better if parents talk with their kids, but if they canít or donít, this book is ideal and better than the alternative. -- Tammy Hornbeck, Christian Book Previews.com
The second installment of the best-selling Survival Notes series offers teens the help they need to survive adolescence. These 100 true-life devotionals explore topics relevant to teens: love, soul-care, self-image, internet relationships, family life, and friendship. Chapter titles include: How Far is Too Far?; How to Win Back Your ParentĻs Trust; and How to Pray to Know GodĻs Will.