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by Francoise Jaud,Redge Redge,Pierre Mezinski
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Addiction & Recovery
  • Author:
    Francoise Jaud,Redge Redge,Pierre Mezinski
  • ISBN:
    0810949318
  • ISBN13:
    978-0810949317
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    Harry N. Abrams; Presumed 1st as edition not stated edition (November 17, 2004)
  • Pages:
    112 pages
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    Addiction & Recovery
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Mezinski, Pierre; Daly, Melissa; Jaud, Françoise.

Mezinski, Pierre; Daly, Melissa; Jaud, Françoise. Combining the diary of a girl tempted by drugs and sections of factual information, this is a frank look at the most prevalent drugs and the social situations in which young people might be invited to use them, and answers teens' and preteens' questions about what drugs really do, how to say no, and how to help a friend in trouble.

Presents facts on drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

Drugs Explained book. Presents facts on drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

on drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; what they are; what their effects are; and the .

on drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; what they are; what their effects are; and the serious problems that can result from their use, together with excerpts from a journal of a student as she deals with friends who use drugs. From School Library Journal: Grade 7-10–This book offers solid information and advice in a friendly, conversational style. The first part is a fictional diary in which a teen describes her encounters with drugs and alcohol, including a friend who tried them, got in trouble, and decided to stop using. The second part explains what drugs do to the body, how to avoid addiction, and what to do if a friend uses drugs.

Drugs Explained: The Real Deal on Alcohol, Pot, Ecstasy, and More (Sunscreen) Nov 17, 2004. by Pierre Mezinski, Melissa Daly, Francoise Jaud, Redge Redge. Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). 2 ). Weighing In: How to Understand Your Body, Lose Weight, and Live a Healthier Lifestyle (Sunscreen) May 1, 2006. by Sylvie Boutaudou, Laetitia Aynie.

Combining the diary of a girl tempted by drugs and sections of factual information, this is a frank look at the most prevalent drugs and the social situations in which young people might be invited to use them, and answers.

Combining the diary of a girl tempted by drugs and sections of factual information, this is a frank look at the most prevalent drugs and the social situations in which young people might be invited to use them, and answers teens' and preteens' questions about what drugs really do, how to say no, and how to help a friend in trouble. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Françoise Jaud at LibraryThing.

the real deal on alcohol, pot, ecstasy, and more. Published 2004 by Amulet Books in New York, NY. Written in English. Drug abuse, Protected DAISY, In library, Substance abuse.

The second part explains what drugs do to the body, how to avoid addiction, and what to do if a friend uses drugs. The third part presents the debate on whether drugs should be legalized, a self-administered test with answers, a table of principal substances, and statistical facts about teen use. Colorful and at times humorous paintings combine with a supportive, upbeat text. Margaret O. Hyde and John F. Setaro's Drugs 101 /(21st Century, 2003/) offers more information and documentation.

Combining the diary of a girl tempted by drugs and sections of factual information, this is a frank look at the most prevalent drugs and the social situations in which young people might be invited to use them, and answers teens' and preteens' questions about what drugs really do, how to say no, and how to help a friend in trouble.Presents facts on drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; what they are; what their effects are; and the serious problems that can result from their use, together with excerpts from a journal of a student as she deals with friends who use drugs.