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Can you relate?

real-world advice for teens on guys, girls, growing up, and getting along

by Annie Fox

  • 350 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Free Spirit Pub. in Minneapolis, MN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interpersonal relations,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Teenagers,
  • Dating (Social customs),
  • Adolescence

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Annie Fox ; edited by Elizabeth Verdick
    ContributionsVerdick, Elizabeth
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ796 .F747 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination245 p. :
    Number of Pages245
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24745327M
    ISBN 10157542066X
    ISBN 109781575420660
    LC Control Number99046837
    OCLC/WorldCa42429330

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In Can You Relate?, best-selling author Vicki Courtney offers godly yet timely advice on handling and growing relationships with your parents, friends, boys, and everyone else who fills your day. You'll find your questions answered Can you relate? book such topics as: Dealing with girl drama; What's the big deal about having a 5/5(11).

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This book offers godly yet timely advice on handling and growing relationships with your parents, friends, boys, and everyone else who fills your day. You'll find your questions answered on such topics as: Dealing with girl drama, What's the big deal about having a. I like this book because it is a book that touches on children with special needs.

It asks the children on each page can they do what the child in the picture with special needs is doing. This story could help children with special needs relate to others and for mainstream children to become familiar with people that are not always like them/5.

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Or relate to what the man feels when it is relentlessly hunted with no chance to. This Book is FREE. This book was first published as Can You Relate. in In it was re-released as The Teen Survival Guide to Dating and Relating. It went out of print in That’s the way things go sometimes.

Instead of letting all this truly great relationship information vanish forever, I. Day before yesterday, I read “Notes from underground” by Fyodor Dostoevsky.

By the 10th page, I was completely captivated. I’ve never come across such a unique writing style. By the 17th page, it’s safe to say I was in love. Near the end, I realiz. The Can You Relate Discussion Guide is a “companion guide” that goes along with the Can Your Relate book – it is NOT a stand-alone product.

It contains questions for articles that are located in the Can You Relate book and is a great way to create discussion with anyone using the book. There are many novels that covers part of my life. I will tell you about the two.

I have no reason why but whenever I read them, it so feel like I am reading me. Not the story, but the traits of characters The character Moira, she is much like me. I can relate to all three brothers in some ways, and I think this was part of Dostoevsky's purpose in writing the book when I think about it.

To find someone who so perfectly fits any of the three would be rare indeed, but to show the reader each one's personality in themselves is really something special, and makes for good reading!

Have you ever read a story, watched a movie or listened to a song and thought, “This is just like my life”? Do you feel more connected when you read about something you can relate to, or do you prefer to read about lives different from your own?

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Many book lovers can relate to wanting to own a personal library in their home.