An accessible guidebook from a renowned neurologist to help parents understand how their teenager’s brain works. Includes a helpful combination of scientific findings and practical advice.
Lahey offers advice for the modern ‘helicopter’ parent. From homework to social dynamics, this guide reminds of the importance of failure for raising successful and resilient adults.
Written in an easy to absorb down-to-earth style, Faber and Mazlish tackle tough issues teens today face and offer advice on how to navigate the turbulent teenage years.
For anyone who has ever felt like they didn’t fit in, Skinner offers the delightful and empowering adventures of Sorrell Fallowfield to remind you of the importance of being yourself.
A #1 New York Times bestseller, this Young Adult novel is a powerful yet gripping look at police brutality and systemic racism in America. For ages 14+.
A beautiful and hugely popular book about falling in love. Its easy-to-read style is perfect for teens who struggle to finish a book. For ages 12+.
Circle. Helps parents to monitor and manage their teens screen time. Set the rules for sites like YouTube, TikTok and many more across all of your family’s devices. US$9.99 per month, available on iOS or Android.
TED. Feed your teen’s curiosity and expand their world with TED Talks from over 3,000 remarkable people. Listen to talks from scientists, musicians, innovators, activists and more. Free, available on iOS and Google Play.
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