Winnie Perry went through a lot when she was 11, from shifting friendships to her teenage sister´s mood swings. But now that Winnie is 12, and one step closer to being a teenager herself, there is so much more to deal with. Will her new friendship with Dinah last? Can she handle the pressures of junior high? And, most important, will Winnie survive bra shopping (in public!) with Mom? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jen Taylor. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/schc/000041/bk_schc_000041_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Tagsüber schwänzen sie die Schule und hängen lieber am Strand ab, die Nächte durchtanzen sie in LAsangesagten Clubs, immer auf der Suche nach dem nächsten Kick. Bis die Teenagerclique den ultimativen Thrill entdeckt: Einbruch in vorübergehend leerstehende Häuser der Hollywoodstars! Es beginnt eine ausgelassene ´Shopping´-Tour durch die Luxusvillen von Beverly Hills, zu der sich auch Nicki, ihre Schwester Sam und Freundin Cleo mitreißen lassen. Die Eltern - ahnungslos. Die Freunde voller Bewunderung. Die Polizei - abgehängt. Doch schafft es die Clique, rechtzeitig wieder auszusteigen? Oder endet die Party schon mit dem nächsten Einbruch?
The fourteenth book to feature the classic crime-solving detective, Chief Inspector Wexford.In the desolate shopping centre car park, Wexford has been too preoccupied to notice anything out of the ordinary - only the teenage girl in the red car, driving past him rather too fast.
In a mall like any other, a gang of teenage girls are suddenly caught up in a maelstrom of shopping and violence. But - as the designer bullets fly - it is not only their own lives they are fighting for. Unknown to them they are battling for the life of a man trapped in another place, in a different world, and with very different enemies. He is a man they have never met, but who represents the future of the human race...or could destroy it. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Amy Finegan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/016838/bk_adbl_016838_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
´Welcome to New York City´s Upper East Side, where my friends and I all live in huge, fabulous apartments and go to exclusive private schools. We aren´t always the nicest people in the world, but we make up for it in looks and taste.´ The Gossip Girl series is the ultimate in glamour and cool. Set in New York´s glamorous Upper East Side the narrative follows the thrills and spills of its richest and most beautiful teenage residents (with Jimmy Choo shoes and shopping at Barneys mixed in along the way). In this second novel, they are interviewing for college (Ivy League only, naturally).
Für Selina (15) und Dennis (16) hat das disziplinlose Leben bald ein Ende: Statt Shopping, Sex, Kiffen und Dealen ist für die Teenies in Namibia harter Alltag angesagt. Bei der ehemaligen Nomaden-Familie Abases lernen die respektlosen Jugendlichen, was es heißt, seine Nahrung zu jagen und von dem zu leben, was man auf der Straße findet. Die Grenzerfahrungen gehen nicht spurlos an den Teenagern vorbei.
A teenage boy goes shopping on the Internet, sees something he likes, immediately reaches his mother via cell phone, and in a few short keystrokes, types in her credit card number and gets a shiny new lacrosse stick.Thanks to technological advances, including computers, the Internet, cell phones, and satellites, today´s children are faced with a world markedly more complex - and often more distracting - than that of any other preceding generation.Generation Text examines why and how this phenomenon shapes children´s values, attitudes, and behavior in a way that is fundamentally different from previous generations...and provides strategies for coping with the particular challenges of growing up in the new millennium.Parents who want to ensure that their children successfully develop key social skills, a healthy identity, and a strong work ethic need to make the right choices every step of the way.Clinical psychologist Dr. Michael Osit draws on his professional - as well as personal - experiences working with children and teens who have been challenged by unprecedented access to information, possessions, and temptation. Using case studies and examples, this audiobook provides reasonable, down-to-earth strategies listeners can use to address the unique issues faced by children surrounded by infinite choices...and very few limits. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan John Miller. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/000426/bk_brll_000426_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It´s the chicken skin yakitori you eat at 2am in a bar the size of a cupboard. It´s the pork curry you devour after having to line up for 45 minutes with a bunch of excited teenagers. It´s the yuzu ramen you slurp after ordering it from a vending machine. It´s the tonkatsu you buy in a vast shopping-center basement. And it´s the Oden that´s served to you by a laid-back surfer from Okinawa.
Meet Tony Hill´s most twisted adversary - a killer with a shopping list of victims, driven by the most perverted of desires. The murder and mutilation of teenager Jennifer Maidment is horrific enough on its own. But it´s not long before Tony realises it´s just the start of a brutal and ruthless campaign that´s targeting an apparently unconnected group of young people. Tony battles to find the answers that will give him personal and professional satisfaction in his most testing investigation yet. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Saul Reichlin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/howe/002417/bk_howe_002417_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
My Kid Is an Asshole, and So Is My Dog -- a comedic look at the drama of raising a teenage girl I just returned from the mall after school shopping with my soon-to-be sophomore and her friend. I now understand why fathers opt to go camping, roll around in elk urine, and shit in a hole rather than go to the mall three days before school starts. As if the crowds weren´t bad enough, my girl decided to wear a flannel that hung lower than her shorts, making it appear that she was walking around naked from the waist down. She was flocked by sales people, who, I am sure, were calculating their commissions in their heads. I mean, why not? Everybody wants to help the girl who arrives pant-less. Obviously, she needs clothes. We´re not home half an hour and the vodka I poured for myself is only half gone when she yells down from her room, ´´Mom, have you seen my push up bra? Maybe we need to go back to the mall.´´ It´s the moments like these where I´m convinced raising a teen is bullshit, and I wonder if we´ll ever come out on the other side even speaking to one another. Pass the vodka. There aren´t enough warnings in the world for raising teenage girls. Although my mom swears my daughter takes after me, so it´s karma. Is it karma that I´ve got two barking dogs? It must be. Have you ever heard a shiu-tzu bark? I have. Over and over. They think they´re coyotes. I swear. And right now, they´re wrestling over some stuffed animal, which is surely about to fling open, so I can pick up little beads all over the carpet while drinking my vodka. No wait. They stopped. One of them had to drag its ass across the floor. Epic. It´s in the little moments where I earn my parenting badges—the faded stretch marks. Ruff, ruff! If this is my karma for being such an asshole to my mom, maybe we can get through this too. And if she pays attention in English, instead of scouting for a prom date, she can learn to write her own book—the sequel to this: My Mom Is an Asshole, but Not My Dog.