Middle School Confidential – Graphic Novel/Advice Books on Surviving

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The middle school years can be the most difficult for anyone. Author Annie Fox, M.Ed. has found a unique way to help teens survive middle school unscathed. She has created a book series, Middle School Confidential, that teens and tweens will enjoy reading. The books are part graphic/novel and part practical life skills that cover a variety of topics.

The books feature a group of sex teens, Jack, Jen, Chris, Abby, Mateo and Michelle, trying to figure out middle school. Throughout the book there are quotes from real teens, advice, quizzes and resources that relate to the story. There are currently two books already published in the series, with a third coming out in January. The three books are:

1. Middle School Confidential Book 1: Be Confident in Who You Are – deals with bullies and teasing, threatened friendships, moods and self esteem.

2. Middle School Confidential Book 2: Real Friends vs. the Other Kind – deals with changing friendships, what is a real friend, peer pressure, reaching out and resolving conflicts.

3. Middle School Confidential Book 3: What’s Up with My Family? – Coming out in January, this book will deal with family matters such as sibling rivalry, divorce, trust and decision making.

The Middle School Confidential series, written by Annie Fox and illustrated by Matt Kindt, is truly unique. The comic book/graphic novel form is a great way to illustrate true life situations. The advice, quizzes and the rest are also written in a browsable way that middle schoolers will find appealing. When your teens get older, they can graduate to Annie’s other books, Too Stressed to Think and My Teen Survival Guide to Dating and Relating. Check out the Annie Fox website for more on her advice and books.

See also:
Talking with Teen and Tween Girls about Self-Esteem
Bullying: 2 New Books Offer Help
Tips for Teens by Teen Author in Brain Snacks for Teens on the Go

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