Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Just for Preteens....Review & Giveaway!

In addition to the great new Chicken Soup for teens that I told you about over the weekend there is another new Chicken Soup for the Soul book to celebrate....Chicken Soup for the Soul:  Preteens.  Here is the scoop...

101 Stories of Inspiration and Support for Tweens
Being a preteen is harder than it looks! School is more challenging, bodies are changing, relationships with parents are different, and new issues arise with friends. But preteens can find encouragement and inspiration in this collection of stories by other preteens, just like them, about the problems and issues they face every day. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Just for Preteens will help readers as they navigate those tough preteen years from ages 9 to 12 with its stories from others just like them, about the highs and lows of life as a preteen. It's a support group they carry in their backpack!


Once again Chicken Soup for the Soul delivers a powerfully motivating read.  The stories shared are ones preteens can relate to.  I am not sure which is harder being a teen or being a preteen but Chicken Soup helps to guide each group through with touching stories meant to teach and soothe.  Thumbs up again Chicken Soup!  You can purchase your copy today on Amazon...


The folks at Chicken Soup for the Soul are graciously giving THREE lucky RBM readers a copy of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Just for Preteens! Thanks so much to the sponsor and here is how to enter...


17 comments:

Amy W. said...

I would tell myself to do what I want to do and not worry about what my "friends" think about it. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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I would also like Chicken Soup for New Moms. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

Gina said...

I would tell myself to enjoy my teens while they last, cause grown up life is a lot more work!

Gina said...

Chicken soup for grandparents!

Pam L. said...

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I would say...don't care what anyone else thinks about you...I was very insecure when I was young

Hifam said...

I would tell myself to hang in there - it gets better. :)

Hifam said...

I would love the shaping the new you book or the teen one you reviewed earlier in the week.

Megan said...

I'd tell myself that things that seem so important in middle school mean nothing later on in life.
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I would tell myself to be more respectful to my parents.
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Anna Galanos said...

I would tell myself to stand up for myself and to not be walked on. You can stand up for yourself and it doesn't make you not nice.

Anna Galanos said...

I like Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Cat's Life.

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friends come and go but families are forever!
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we would like christmas magic
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Anonymous said...

I would tell myself to not worry so much about things that really don't matter in the long run, such as "the in-crowd" or listening to all the gossip.

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Anonymous said...

I think I would really like to read "Family Matters"

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ard1977 said...

I would tell myself to have as much fun as possible that you are only young once! amied027@yahoo dot com

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