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by Jack Wingfield

ePub Growing up now download
Jack Wingfield
Lion (1992)
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Examines how and why your body changes as you grow, the differences between boys and girls, how to take care of your appearance, how to survive parties, and how babies are made.

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Jenny Wingfield grew up pretty much all over Louisiana. The daughter of a Methodist minister, she learned early on that being a preacher’s kid could mean moving a lot. After high school, she attended Southern State College (now SAU), in Magnolia, Arkansas, earning her . Wingfield broke into freelancing by writing celebrity articles for Scene Magazine, Music City News, and The Saturday Evening Post. Several years later, she shifted lanes, tackling screenwriting.

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This book supports and inspires teenagers as they grow up, and reminds them they are not alone, as they read stories written by other teens just like themselves, about the problems and issues they face every day. Being a teenager is hard - school is challenging, colleges or careers are looming on the horizon, family issues arise, friends and love come and go, bodies and emotions go through major changes, and many teens experience the loss of a loved one for the first time.

He’s up there boozing and licking the Chief Constable’s boots while you and I have got to stay down here and work. Flaming ear holes, muttered Frost bitterly. PC Ridley slid back the panel and called out from the control room, Mr. Frost. Jack Frost was nominally in charge of the break-ins investigation, and his file of burglary report forms was growing thicker each day. The accumulated figures made the division’s unsolved crimes return look incurably sick. Another roar of laughter from upstairs. The Chief Constable must have told his unfunny joke and Mullett’s pants would be wet from uncontrolled giggling. Frost stared at the ceiling sadly, then brightened up.