Brain Snacks for Teens on the Go!: 50 Smart Ideas to Turbo-Charge Your Life

 
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This fresh book is exactly what bookshelves need
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Reader reviewed by by kanwarsingh

Seldom do we see teen authors and i must applaud alex southmayd for finding time to write a book and more significantly one that will help his peers. We need more teen authors and more innovative books just like brain snacks for teens on the go!
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Great Read
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I found this book both informative and funny. Very much worth the money. Great for kids, teens, and adults alike!

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Cool book
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Reader reviewed by RH

I just wanted to thank the author for wring such a cool book. I have purchased this book for my cousin. Before I gave this book, I read it. I am glad we have teenagers out in the world that care enough to write a thoughtful and insightful book for his peer group.

Thank you!
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The book is awesome!!!
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Reader reviewed by Skip

Hey everyone,

I just got Brain Snacks for Teens on the Go! as an early Christmas present. My grandma let me pick a present from under the tree, so I happen to pick this gift. The book was funny and very helpful to me. I agreed with many of the ideas the author talked about and learned a bunch of new things. 
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I really enjoyed reading Brain Snacks for Teens on the Go!
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Reader reviewed by CD

I really enjoyed reading Brain Snacks for Teens on the Go!
There are some great tips and ideas in this book to make
the best out of any situation, and I am sure that it will
get teenagers thinking, especially when its coming from
another teen.
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Best book I have ever read
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Reader reviewed by Josh

My girl friend just gave me this book, and I read it in about 2 hours. As A 16 year old kid from
the Midwest, I am trying to better myself and for my girlfriend. Before I read this book I did not think twice about smoking and drinking beer. The author of the book, real made some great points, that in fact scared me. As a result I do not smoke or drink beer anymore. I am going to take my SAT test in January, so the ideas I got from this book I know will help me get a better score. 
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