4 Advice Books for Teens on College, Careers and Beauty

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Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Beauty

In addition to the many Young Adult novels being published all the time, there are some very helpful and interesting non-fiction advice books also written for teens. Here are some that I have recently come across.

Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Beauty: the Best Hair, Skin, Nails & Makeup For You
Seventeen editors have filled this book with pictures, how-tos and beauty advice for all types of teen girls. They show teens how to get a girly, glam, edgy or boho look with makeup. The hair guide chapter is full of advice on every hairstyle. The Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Beauty also contains advice and resources on skin, nails and customizing your look for all occasions. It goes on sale 7/10/12.

5 Secrets for Today's College Girl

5 Must Know Secrets for Today’s College Girl
The author, Lauren P. Salamone, shares her five secrets that will help college students overcome stress, get everything done, attract great friends, excel in class, avoid weight gain, achieve goals and enjoy college. You will not only learn what each secret is about, but you are given action steps to take. The secrets involve  strength, soul, instinct, mind and body. 

Better Than A Lemonade Stand: Small Business Ideas for Kids
Teens don’t need to wait until they are finished with school to start a business. This book offers 55 business ideas that teens can run from home. For each business idea, Better Than a Lemonade Stand offers advice on running that business including tips such as how much to charge and supplies needed.

So You Want to Be a Comic Book Artist: The Ultimate Guide on How to Break into Comics

How to be a Comic Book Artist

Written by Philip Amara, award-winning comic book writer and editor, this book offers teens and tweens advice on getting in their dream job of comic book artist. There are chapters on starting a studio, creating characters, writing scripts, portfolios and more. There is also a great resource section. This book will be published on 9/4/12, and is an update on Amara’s 2001 book.

See also:
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  1. This is great! I’m looking forwarding to obtaining these and reading them, and then referring them to my clients as needed, as well as your blog! Loving what you do.

  2. Thank you Amanda!

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