Getting Inside Our Teens’ Heads
Most of these passionate readers are moms of teenagers involved in athletic or other competitive pursuits.
I was thrilled to be the guest author at a recent book club meeting in Orleans, Ontario. The club’s members are serious adult readers who discuss one Young Adult selection per year; and, this time, they chose my first book Crash Course. Most of these passionate readers are moms of teenagers involved in athletic or other competitive pursuits. They shared how much they loved getting inside of Maryn’s head to better understand their own children’s struggles. They also appreciated the book’s gentle but serious handling of themes like anxiety, bullying, and substance abuse. They all said they will recommend the book to their kids.