The O'Reilly Factor for Kids
The survival guide touches on some of the more controversial teenage topics like sex, drugs, and even obesity without shying away from them. I was actually pretty surprised at what he was willing to tackle in the book. He also offers up personal anecdotes to drive his points home and the personal touch helps to make the advice more relevant.
A few things strike false notes with me, such as his labels of pinhead or smart operator to differentiate bad kids vs. good kids, but overall, this is a worthwhile book. If nothing else, it definitely gives you something to think about and perhaps, even something to talk about with your parents (or that bully down the street). Parents will even find a somewhat handy IM dictionary in the back of the book to help decode what things like IDTS (I dont think so) and JJA (just joking again) mean.