Synopses & Reviews
Is there a proper way to make new friends? Is teasing always rude? What can you do about friendship problems?
How can you show a girl (or guy) that you like her (or him)? What’s the best way to ask someone out . . . and who pays for the date?
This book answers these questions and many more.
Along the way, teens learn the basics of polite behavior with friends and more-than-friends—and laugh out loud while learning.
About the Author
Alex J. Packer received his Ph.D. in Educational and Developmental Psychology from Boston College and his master’s degree in education from Harvard. He has been Headmaster of an alternative school for 11- to 15-year-olds and Director of Education at the Capital Children’s Museum. He is currently President of FCD Educational Services, a Boston-based provider of drug education and substance abuse prevention services to schools worldwide.