The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide: The Real Deal on Girls, Growing Up and Other Guy Stuff by Jeremy DaldryThe Teenage Guy's Survival Guide: The Real Deal on Girls, Growing Up and Other Guy Stuff by Jeremy Daldry

The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide: The Real Deal on Girls, Growing Up and Other Guy Stuff

byJeremy Daldry

Paperback | May 1, 1999

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With practical advice on everything from dating, kissing, and shaving, to moods, peer pressure, and partying--plus a lot of laughs--The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide give you the real deal on everything you want to know. Without giving you a nervous breakdown.
Find out:

Why do girls make me crazy?

What's up with bad teenage mustaches?

Why is my voice going to change?

Where is the best place to break up?

Who can I talk to about private stuff?

In The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide, Jeremy Daldry tackles the various issues adolescent boys face today with irreverence and true understanding, making it the go-to title for teenage, or soon-to-be teenage guys everywhere.

When not writing books, Jeremy Daldry makes television programs. As an award-winning Director and Producer he has made shows for all the major broadcasters; including the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV. He lives in North London with his wife, three children, two cats and a sausage dog called Twiglet.
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Title:The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide: The Real Deal on Girls, Growing Up and Other Guy StuffFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 8.25 × 6 × 0.38 inPublished:May 1, 1999Publisher:Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316178241

ISBN - 13:9780316178242

Appropriate for ages: 12

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally! It was refreshing to pick up a book which deals with adolecense in a way that actually encourages my son to put down the comic books and the joystick for his PS2 and start learning about life; and not just in the boring, conservative, "does he really need to know that?" way, but in an enjoyable liberalistic, down-to-earth kind of way. The author "speaks" to teens and preteens on their level and adds a lot of humour in his writings that makes it a difficult book for even parents to put down. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a son reaching 11 years of age or so, or even for those parents who wish to learn more about what their kids probably already know. Enjoy.
Date published: 2006-08-07

From Our Editors

Finally, someone’s written a guide to growing up for adolescent boys! Filled with cool, embarrassment-free advice on everything from girls to zits, The Teenage Guy’s Survival Guide is written with savvy sympathy by Jeremy Daldry, and is ideal for boys aged 11 and up. For all those things teenagers don’t want to talk to their parents about, like coping with the blues and what to do about sex, this guide covers the facts -- and offers good, solid advice.

Editorial Reviews

"Very entertaining and astoundingly educational...the author talks to the reader as an older brother or a friend, not as a parent or a scientist."-Alan A., age 16