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Chicken Soup For The Preteen Soul

101 Stories of Changes, Choices and Growing up for Kids Ages 10-13

by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen

Chicken Soup For The Preteen Soul by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen X
Chicken Soup For The Preteen Soul by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen
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    Oct 2000, 350 pages

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    Oct 2000, 380 pages

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Soccergurl

Hi! I LOVED this book! If anyone knows some person who is nine to twelve years old, give the book to him/her! Whoever reads it, their life improves.
nicole t.



I loved this book infact I love all the chicken noodle soup books i collect as many as I can!
Caroline

Chicken Soup for the Preteen Soul showed me how lucky I was. It was sad reading the stories about death, especially if it was about the death of a child. The stories also remind you that no matter what happens, God will always be there to help you.
ashley

HELLO I AM ASHLEY AND I THOUGHT THIS BOOK WAS AMASING . WHEN EVER I HAD SAD I COULD LOOK UP TOIT


i love the book it has beautiful poems and amazing stories. I can't wait to read the next story!!!!!! ( :
Jessica

This book was great
Hannah

All the Chicken Soup books are amazing but this one is exceptional. i am 11 years old and i can relate to many of the stories, ppl dying, friend problems etc. this book helped me realize that i am not alone and there r other ppl going through what i am. This book also helped me open up to other ideas and aspects that i have not realized and helped me grasp pain, maladies etc. Thank you Chicken Soup
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Shenaya Age 12
I love this book. Without a doubt it is my favourite. Ive read the chicken soups for teens but i prefer this one. theres also this story i love its soo sad but i always read it. It's called Everything will be okay. I love this book and i hope theres another

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