Every Teenager’s Little Black Book on Cool

Most teens strive to be “cool”, but do they really know what it means to be cool? Most have a skewed view on what being cool really is, and it has nothing to do with what you’re wearing. Read this Little Black Book that will give you helpful advice and suggestions on learning how to really be cool: confident, giving, and accepting.

Cool
1. Find out what really counts
2. Discover what’s cool & what’s not
3. Know what to do and with who

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Most teens strive to be “cool”, but do they really know what it means to be cool? Most have a skewed view on what being cool really is, and it has nothing to do with what you’re wearing. Read this Little Black Book that will give you helpful advice and suggestions on learning how to really be cool: confident, giving, and accepting.

Cool
1. Find out what really counts
2. Discover what’s cool & what’s not
3. Know what to do and with who

  • Item Weight : 1.9 ounces
  • Paperback : 96 pages
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1577944591
  • ISBN-10 : 1577944593
  • Publisher : Harrison House Publishers (July 1, 2002)
  • Product Dimensions : 4 x 0.17 x 6 inches
  • Language: : English

About the Author

For more than 25 years Blaine Bartel is recognized nationally as one of the most creative minds in the non-profit world. He was the founding director and one of the key strategists in the creation of Oneighty, a student gathering that reached 2500-3000 young people weekly under his leadership.

A recognized authority on young people and parenting, Bartel is a best-selling author with 12 books published in multiple languages. He is one of hte most sought after speakers in his field, speaking to more than one million people from over 40 countries in live seminars, conferences and student gatherings.

Blaine’s work has been featured in major media including “The Washington Post,” CBS’s “The Early Show,” “Seventeen” magazine, as well as newspapers, radio programs, and internet media worldwide.

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