Jewish young people today face many stress points. Within the family, among friends, in the school, the larger society, and certainly within themselves, teens and pre-teens are seeking solutions to a host of perplexing concerns. From the popular column featured in Mishpacha Magazine comes Dear Libby, a timely compilation of questions and responses for kids about real life matters by author Libby M. Kiszner.
In the fast-moving fourteen chapters of Dear Libby, teen and pre-teen readers will discover a world of solutions for everyday issues which confront them, such as: How do I handle loneliness? What can I do when I feel my parents don't understand me? How do I tell my teacher I'm too scared to speak in front of the class? How do I stop my brothers from getting into my things without asking? How can I stop biting my nails? What do I do when I'm too scared to fall asleep at night?
A must-have volume for every youth and school library, Dear Libby's real life situations stimulate excellent parent-child discussions through helping kids identify with other kids.