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NEW Professional Book Review - AIM HIGH
Wednesday, August 24, 2011  10:42:00 AM

by Brad Berger

Young Adult/Teen
New book review


101 Tips for Teens

By Berger and Pehme

Published by AIM HIGH 101 tips, LLC

101 Pages

ISBN 978-0-615-33022-8




AIM HIGH 101 tips for Teens is a light and easy read yet carries a lot of information in a unique and simplified way.  Having been a teen and now having raised two of my own, I can attest to the good tips this book presents its readers.    From the tip on “Homework” which details completing your homework and on time to the page on “Pride” discussing a positive mental attitude, this book is not short on giving valuable advice and reminders to everyone actually not just teens.


The Written format of the book with one tidbit of advice on each page is easy for teenagers to embrace with little attitude.  It is a book that can be used for reference left in a place teens may pick it up; the bathroom, the coffee table, their desk.   The cover of the book is bright and colorful and lends to different ethnicities nicely.  


Though the book was written I believe for teens ranging 14-18 I think it is also very appropriate for the pre-teens. I read this book to my eleven year old and the information was well received. I saw her pick this book up on her own which was a great delight. She was interested in reading tips for teens as all tweens aspire to be older than they actually are!   In reality I feel the book is actually better suited for a child entering high school than already in that environment. I feel this book would be an excellent pick for an eighth grade graduation gift from a grandparent for example.  It would also be very suitable as a nice stocking stuffer.  It is small enough to engage their audience yet quick enough to become palpable by their readers.


I appreciated AIM HIGH 101 tips for teens and even snuck it into my son’s suitcase as he entered college this past week! Things he already knows? I hope so. I think so. Good reminders? Most definitely!



Theresa Potts

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