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Get By : A Survival Guide for Black Gay Youth by Jonathan W. Jones, Author (Paperback - December 28, 2005) To be a male who is both Black and Gay is often referred to as the greatest taboo. Growing up with such a stigma presents the young African-American homosexual with a lifetime of dilemmas. This book gives Black Gay youth a comprehensive guide to embracing their identity and developing into proud, strong, and powerful members of their communities. With chapters on coming out, staying healthy, Black Gay History, religion, safe sex, self-Defense, the down-low, and more, Get By : A Survival Guide for Black Gay Youth serves to empower the young Black Gay male against rising adversity, and triumph in the face of multiple oppressions.

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If we had run into Harlan Cohen before we went to college, we might have been the wiser! Fortunately for this generation of college students, the 28-year-old author of Campus Life Exposed: Advice from the Inside has dedicated himself to helping teens and twentysomethings survive the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune (and their first toga parties). In this honest, inspiring essay, the Gen-Y guru offers the keys to a successful freshman year in college, along with several book recommendations.
Campus Life Exposed: Advice from the Inside by Harlan Cohen. In the words of Harlan Cohen himself, "This is the book I WISH someone had given to me... so I wrote it! It's the book every parent and every student going off to college should check out. There are 168 hours in the week and only about 20 are spent inside the classroom. It's the hours outside the classroom when the real lessons are learned. From roommates to relationships to sex to no sex to loneliness to depression to drinking to drugs to sobriety--it's all here and more. This is my way of helping college students know that they are NEVER alone in their individual college journey--wherever it may lead!"
Major in Success : Make College Easier, Fire Up Your Dreams, & Get A Very Cool Job by Patrick Combs, Jack Canfield. The author, Patrick Combs, is a speaker on the college circuit who has touched the lives of countless numbers of high-school and college students. Major in Success is Combs's way of helping students realize their dreams and pursue their passion. Harlan Cohen writes, "Practical tips, invaluable advice, and amazing resources serve to help college students focus on the career path that will lead them to a very HAPPY place!"
YAY, YOU ~ College Bound?  High-school graduation--the day you thought would never come--is finally here. How exciting! How liberating! How... scary? If you have questions or qualms about life after the cap and gown, don't miss our collection of wit and wisdom about entering college, adulthood, and the rest of your life. Or explore more great graduation books.
Hard Love by Ellen Wittlinger. Like Barbara Wersba's Whistle Me Home, Hard Love tackles the delicate issue of unrequited love between a straight and gay teen. But what sets this novel apart from similarly themed books is Wittlinger's choice to present the story from John's straight male point of view. Funny and poignant first-person narration will engender empathy for John as he attempts to connect with his emotionally distant parents and an understanding of how his need for their affection has manifested itself in romantic feelings for a girl he knows is unavailable to him. Hard Love is a thoughtful and on-target addition to the growing canon of gay and lesbian coming-of-age stories. (Ages 12 and older)
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Stay Strong : Simple Life Lessons for Teens by Terrie WilliamsIn this sassy, street-smart addition to the growing body of self-help literature for adolescents, public relations guru Terrie Williams turns her attention to teens. Stay Strong reads like a hip-hop version of Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul: Williams breaks down what she believes are common negative adolescent attitudes ("It's all about money," "How I talk is my business," etc.) and then challenges the reader to reassess those attitudes and turn them around. Original rap lyrics that illustrate the theme of each chapter and a down-to-earth introduction by Queen Latifah will make this work especially appealing to urban teens.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Book 6) by J.K. Rowling (Books), Mary GrandPré (Books) (Illustrator) (Hardcover - July 16, 2005) Editions: Hardcover (Deluxe Edition) | Audio Cassette (Unabridged) | Audio CD (Unabridged) | Hardcover (Large Print) ~ More Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in US Books ~ More Harry Potter US
If High School Is a Game, Here's How to Break the Rules : A Cutting Edge Guide to Becoming Yourself by Cherie Carter-Scott, Kimberly Kirberger. "One of the most difficult things about life as a teenager is how very complicated it can be. Sometimes you feel as if you can't even figure out what is wrong, let alone do anything about fixing it. What Chérie does in this book is take the whole complicated mess and simplify it, make sense out of it." So writes Kimberly Kirberger in her introduction to Chérie Carter-Scott's collection of 10 "truths," from "Your body will change" to "Your inner world is your safety zone." Accessible and empowering, this small book for high schoolers offers sound, nonpreachy advice to help your teenager become the person he or she wants to be.

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Monster by Walter Dean Myers, Christopher A. Myers (Illustrator) "Monster" is what the prosecutor called 16-year-old Steve Harmon for his supposed role in the fatal shooting of a convenience-store owner. But was Steve really the lookout who gave the "all clear" to the murderer or was he just in the wrong place at the wrong time? In Walter Dean Myers's innovative novel, winner of the prestigious Michael L. Printz Award, the reader becomes both juror and witness during the trial of Steve's life. More Walter Dean Myers.
Don't Think Twice by Ruth Pennebaker. Ruth Pennebaker's Don't Think Twiceis a darkly funny, hard-hitting novel set in the late 1960s in a rural Texas home for pregnant teens.
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. Laurie Halse Anderson's first novel is a stunning and sympathetic tribute to the teenage outcast. The triumphant ending, in which Melinda finds her voice and loudly confronts her rapist, is cause for cheering (while many readers might also shed a tear or two). After reading Speak, it will be hard for any teen to look at the class scapegoat again without a measure of compassion and understanding for that person--who may be screaming beneath the silence. (Ages 13 and older)
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