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  • Kyrie

    "Do Hard Things" and "Start Here" by Alex Harris and Brett Harris. Two of the best books for teenagers I've ever read.

  • T. Malottki

    I haven't read "Start Here," but "Do Hard Things" is a great book! It's all about challenging yourself to do something that other people think you're incapable of doing! Especially as a teenager! If you have a teen struggling with work ethic, or are in the dumps because they doubt themselves, this is definitely the book to read! Religions aside, this book can be associated with everyday life! My favorite part is about the elephants, but check it out for yourself!

  • Safire Tremblay

    I love this book! Do Hard Things; Rebel Against Low Expectations

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“What does your teen expect of him or herself? And I don’t mean when it comes to college or a ‘someday’ career, but right now. In ‘Do Hard Things,’ Alex and Brett Harris write directly to teens with a challenge to rebel against our culture’s low expectations. This book will revolutionize the way you and your teen view these ‘launching pad’ years.”

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Beginning and ending with some of English literature's most famous lines, Charles Dickens' novel thrives on tension and conflict, all set against the bloody backdrop of the French Revolution. The novel's sense of urgency and intimacy will draw you in and propel you through one of the most tumultuous times in history.

"You can shoot at all the blue jays you want, if you can hit them, but remember it's a sin to kill a mocking bird."

Very intriguing title and conviction of the author-Joshua Harris... But after reading this book, it only leads you into realizing that-- yes it's true!... "The joy of intimacy is the reward of commitment." Without preserving ourselves for marriage will only result to heartaches, brokenness and emptiness.

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