Teen Ink - What Matters
Meyer, Meyer, & Veljkovic
|After publishing four successful books in the groundbreaking Teen Ink series, this fifth-and possibly best-installment takes a close and compelling look at what's really important to today's teens. Partnering with the worldwide Laws of Life Essay Contest, a program of the John Templeton Foundation, this collection offers a unique tapestry of teen expression. Many of the haunting questions of all time are tackled by voices that sing with hope and the reality of being a teenager in the 21st Century.|
With eloquent prose, insightful poetry, art and photography, these teens present timeless values through their own experiences and explore principles such as, "It's better to give than to receive," "If at first you don't succeed . . ." and "Honesty is the best policy." In Teen Ink: What Matters, you'll find fresh and honest interpretations of these and other ideals that we all try to live by. In addition, teen authors and artists journey into waters filled with forgiveness, generosity, courage, love and bravery through personal expressions about tough challenges, family, friends and everyday events.
Young people from as far away as China and Ukraine reveal fascinating insights in this selection from over 88,000 submissions to the Laws of Life Essay Contest. Teen Ink: What Matters is an uplifting book of hope, reflection and inspiration that will resonate with teens.
Authors:Stephanie H. Meyer, John Meyer, Peggy Veljkovic
Series: Teen Ink
Features: Ikids, Illustrated, Price on Product, Table of Contents
Target Age Group: 13 to 17
Physical Info: 0.92" H x 8.44" L x 5.6" W (1.19 lbs) 400 pages
Carton Quantity: 21
Publisher: Hci Teens
US SRP: 17.95 US
Pub Date: April 15, 2003
Stephanie Meyer, editor of TeenInk Magazine, holds masters' degrees in education and social work and has dedicated her life to the welfare of youth. John Meyer, publisher of TeenInk Magazine, holds an MBA and has published two successful business magazines. The Meyers have two children. All royalties from the TeenInk books will go to The Young Authors Foundation, Inc. (publisher of TeenInk magazine) to expand reading, writing and publishing opportunities for young adults nationwide.
TeenInk book is the product of more than 300,000 student submissions sent to TeenInk magazine during the past eleven years. This nonprofit monthly publication is read by 3.5 million teens in thousands of schools nationwide. Since its inception, TeenInk (formerly The 21st Century) has published more than 25,000 students. All the pieces in this book are drawn from this wellspring of prose, poetry, art and photography. John Meyer, publisher of TeenInk magazine, holds an MBA and has published two successful business magazines. The Meyers have two children. All royalties from the TeenInk books will go to The Young Authors Foundation, Inc. (publisher of TeenInk magazine) to expand reading, writing and publishing opportunities for young adults nationwide
Peggy Veljkovic directs the Laws of Life Essay Contest at the John Templeton Foundation. A former teacher of languages with a master's degree in French, she has spent considerable time living and teaching in other cultures and is convinced that when it comes to values, young people all over the world are speaking the same language.
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Literary Criticism & Collections
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Religion | Inspirational
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Body, Mind & Spirit
-Adolescence -Youths' writings
-Youths' writings, American
- Topical | Adolescence/Coming of Age
OCLC Number: OCLC#51753678
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