THE DRIVING BOOK
Everything New Drivers Need to Know but Don't Know to Ask
Walker and Company, 2005
Non-Fiction: A guide to driving and maintaining a car for new drivers with a focus on the special problems facing teenagers.
VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) Nonfiction Honor List, 2006
5 WAYS TO KNOW ABOUT YOU
Walker and Company, 2001
Non-Fiction: An introduction to astrology, Chinese horoscopes, numerology, palm reading, and handwriting analysis for young readers 11 years and older.
WHAT'S GOING ON DOWN THERE? Answers to Questions Boys Find Hard to Ask
Walker and Company, 1998
Non-Fiction: A book on puberty for boys ages 10-14.
Widely translated into other languages, this book has sold over 100,000 copies.
New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age, 1999
THE PERIOD BOOK: Everything You Don't Want to Ask (But Need to Know)
Walker and Company, 1996; updated 2006
Non-Fiction: A book about menstruation for girls ages 9-11. The Period Book has been translated into 17 languages and has sold over 300,000 copies.
New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age, 1997;
VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) Nonfiction Honor List, 1997
SOARING SPIRITS: Conversations with Native American Teens
Franklin Watts, 1995; iUniverse, 2001
Non-Fiction: Native American teens talk about their experiences, feelings, and hopes for the future.
(with Ann Squire)
Julian Messner, 1988; iUniverse, 2001
Non-Fiction: Describes the many ways animals communicate with each other and with us.
(with Leslie Peterson)
Julian Messner, 1992; iUniverse, 2001
Non-Fiction: The third in the interview series for Messner presents the feelings, problems, etc. of fathering a child as a teenager.
American Library Association Best Book, 1993
TEENAGERS FACE TO FACE WITH BEREAVEMENT
(with Charles Haskins)
Julian Messner, 1989; iUniverse, 2001
Non-Fiction: The second in this series of interview books for Messner explores the experience of losing a family member or close friend.
TEENAGERS FACE TO FACE WITH CANCER
(with Bertram John)
Julian Messner, 1986; iUniverse, 2001
Non-Fiction: The first in a series of interview books for Julian Messner, this book deals with the experience of coping with cancer as a teenage patient.
Created by The Authors Guild
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