Books for teens on relationships and dating
A job at a hat shop provides her with a taste of freedom, and introduces her to Isabella, a flapper from the local dance hall.
while he just thought she was weird, with her love of trees and chickens.And if she can defy convention enough to accept her love for Isabella, surely her other unconventional dreams — college and a scientific career — aren't crazy either.What if love didn’t just feel crazy, but was actually considered a mental illness?February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, which makes it the perfect time to start conversations about healthy relationships with the Mighty Girls in your life.Dating violence among teens is a big issue: according to Loveisrespect, an organization dedicated to helping teens in unhealthy and abusive relationships, one in three US teens will experience physical, sexual, or emotional abuse from a partner before they reach adulthood.
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These books acknowledge and explore the erratic feelings that come with love.