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by Helen Flook,Arlene Erlbach

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ISBN:
0802788521
Author:
Helen Flook,Arlene Erlbach
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Walker Childrens (September 1, 2003)
Pages:
160 pages
EPUB book:
1979 kb
FB2 book:
1110 kb
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1379 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
566


Middle school means being a middle-aged kid. Expectations-from teachers.

Middle school means being a middle-aged kid.

The only survival guide a middle school kid will ever need. It can be the best of times

The only survival guide a middle school kid will ever need. It can be the best of times. Arlene Erlbach has assembled a teen advisory board of 200 kids between fifth and tenth grade who give advice about topics from cracking a locker combination, to dealing with multiple teachers, to sex and dating.

Great book for youth in Middle School. This book is the perfect guide for any kid who's entering the challenging years of junior high

book by Arlene Erlbach. The only survival guide a middle school kid will ever need. Great book for youth in Middle School. com User, January 26, 2005. I purchased this book for my grandson who is now midway through fifth grade. This book is the perfect guide for any kid who's entering the challenging years of junior high. The author handles difficult topics in a humorous and informative way. Plus, there's lots of advice from other kids who have already been there.

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Erlbach, Arlene; Flook, Helen, illustrator. A guidebook to help deal with changes in school, families, social lives, and bodies that come during the middle school years, with specific advice for a variety of situations. A new school, a new environment - Teachers - Academics - Peers - The opposite sex - Home life - Puberty - Really serious stuff - Being yourself. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City.

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The only survival guide a middle school kid will ever need.

It can be the best of times. It can be the worst of times, too. Middle school happens at that tumultuous time in life when one's not a teenager and not a little kid. Middle school means being a middle-aged kid. Expectations―from teachers, parents, friends, siblings―can all change dramatically, causing worry and concern even for the most laid-back student.

The Middle School Survival Guide covers every issue, inside school and out, from the most trivial concerns to the most serious issues that middle school students face today. Arlene Erlbach has assembled a teen advisoryboard of 200 kids between fifth and tenth grade who give advice about topics from cracking a locker combination, to dealing with multiple teachers, to sex and dating.

  • Majin
As a parent of a 6th grader (going into 7th) who is looking for literature to help her adjust to the changes that middle school brings and to help increase her confidence, I was intrigued by the title of this book and the topics covered. She has already been in Middle School for almost a year. After reading the reviews I was somewhat concerned about the sexually explicit material contained but do consider myself fairly open minded, i.e. I have provided my kids with books about sexuality, human reproduction, puberty, etc. Upon receiving this book, I read it from cover to cover and although I was okay with most of the content of the book, I decided that the sections on sex were too explicit and too lengthy for my daughter at this age (12). Most troublesome was the casual and kind of flip tone (consisent with the rest of the book's topics) in which the sexual material was referenced. I found it to be almost implying in a way that dating, sexual contact, and even intercourse, pregnancy, oral sex and abortion are subjects that the average middle schooler needed to be informed of and are handled in the sames ways as like joining a club, going to a dance, getting a period and changing classes. This book is directed at 10-14 year olds. I am not some kind of recluse and I know sexual contact begins as young as ages 10/11 in some cases. However, I do feel the light hearted presentation of this kind of material without a counter message that still a lot of kids are NOT doing much of this stuff in this book leads me to think that it will induce more anxiety to a child that is NOT experiencing these situations. It may make them feel that they are still not fitting in. This is the exact opposite effect that I was trying to achieve in purchasing this book for my daughter. As an example, the book makes statements of 'fact' like in elementary school, kids have parties that are same sex whereas in middle school, "party arrangments change". "If you're comfortable with mouth-to-mouth contact, you may have a wonderful time at the party." The book has quotes from kids who are 12 and 13 to tell you what to do/say if you don't want to be involved in the kissing. Most of my daughter's peers had 12 year old parties that were still same sex parties, girls going out to dinner, movies, a play, etc. No where is it mentioned in the book that same sex parties are ok or can still be fun in Middle School. Further, I do feel this book gives the short shrift to some important topics in favor of the tittilating sexual topics. Drugs and alcohol are covered in two paragraphs (less than 1 page). Sexual issues take up almost 10. My 6th grader had the experience of going to one of her 1st dances where a group of 8th grade boys were drunk. I'd much rather see more information about alchohol which was even a regular feature at middle school parties I attended 35 years ago.
  • asAS
I felt the book had many different scenarios to read about for middle school problems. I found the book to be informative,detailed, and included different suggestions on how to handle issues. It is an easy read for a middle school aged child. The only negative comment I have for the book is the section regarding sex. My child is 12 years old and in the 7th grade, but does not fully understand about this part of life as of yet. I have blocked those pages from the book until we discuss this issue further. I would suggest buying the book for your younger middle school child and placing it on hold to read until your child understands issues involving sex or blocking it as I did. I was glad that I read the book first since it was not included on the profile page upon ordering your book. Otherwise, I think the book will help with all the problems surrounding middle school in this day and age.
  • Liarienen
This was a good book for my middle school child that doesn't like to read but the format of the book kept him interested and he keeps going back to it!
  • Androlhala
Not appropriate for ages that the book is directed to. It talks about the mentioned subjects as an adult sees sex: as lust. It should discuss the facts of sexuality as a child can understand the facts without the lust implicit. I completely agree with the previous review. I was shocked by the contents of the book for middle school children and threw it in the trash can. Don't be afraid to talk to your child about sex, give the facts and they can understand. the dirtiness is in the adults mind, not the child's. Don't buy this book.
  • Ttexav
I found this on a bookstore shelf by pure luck. After skimming through it and seeing the wide range of topics it covers, I grabbed two copies for neighbors entering Middle School next month.
MSSG is a plain-speaking book written with honesty and wit. It deals with pretty much any problem adolescents may face, not only in school, but in life: the harder work load in MS, acne, dating, drugs, handling bullies, sexual situations, divorce and much more. Let's face it. Kids don't always want to talk to their parents, even (maybe especially?) about important things. They ask their friends for advice. Now they have this book.
If you think you might benefit from this book, you WILL!!!
  • Gir
Bought the book to get an insight into middle schoolers. Had 2 grandchildren in middle school and wanted to refresh my thought process in understanding this age group. Illustrations were well done.
  • Sarin
This book lays it all on the table! No subject is taboo here. This book is not appropriate for our middle school library. It is better for a parent to purchase for their child if they feel it is appropriate for the emotional maturity of their child. Being a middle school librarian I work with students who exhibit a wide range of emotional and physical maturity, and, for this reason, I feel in a library setting this book would better serve a high school student population.
I've put 5 kids through public school, and even those kids, now parents themselves, think this book is a bit over the top. I'd ask my 11 year old, but there's no way he'll be seeing it any time soon. This book is most appropriate for older kids, 9th grade and above. It's troubling that 12 year olds are quoted about issues such as "making out" and oral sex. It does contain some good advice about things like dealing with peers, dealing with sexual harrassment, handling the different school setting, and other things, but it isn't appropriate for middle schoolers, regardless of the title.