Chicken Soup for the
Soul (Just for
PRESENTED BY : JESICA GRACE UTOMO
XI-IS 1 19
When I was kid, I used to thing everything cganged on your teenth
birthday. I remember going to sleep and thinking when I woke up, I’d
be a totally different person. Teenager ! suddenly, I was going to be
like every cool character in the books I read and movies I watched.
The difference between seventeenth and teenth seemed hug.
Of course, when I woke up the morning of my teenth birthday, I
wasn’t any different. You learn quickly that just being one of them ---
teenager --- doesn’t change everything. But six years later, on the
morning of your seventeenth birthdaym you’re bound to look back,
realize how much you changed , and wonder when it happened.
Why did we call this book Chicken Soup for The Soul. Just for Teenagers ? Simple. Teenagers
really do need a book that’s just for them while so much is happening. Chicken soup for the
soul has always provided upport yo teens over the years, bu that different now, but the basic
struggles of teenagers stay the same. Who are my real friends? Where do I belong ? Why am
I so short or tall or big or small or ... different? And the age-old question : why doesn’t my skin
seem to understand that it’s Homecoming and I really can’t have a pimple ?
That’s where this book comes in. These are stories from real teenagers who are making their
way through the obstacle course right now. They’re having their first kisses and gettingtheir
heart broken. They’ere learning to be kind to others and to themselves. They’re finding their
place in life, the things they’re passionate about, and discovering just how much they love
their family, their pets, and their friends.
Within these pages, you won’t find out how to be pupular, or how to get good grades,
or even how to please your parents. What you will learn is how other teenagers felt about the
good and bad times they had. Maybe you’ll feel the same, or maybe you’ll feel different ---
but you definitely won’t feel alone.
I hope you enjoy these stories.
Identity book :
Compiled by Jack Canfield,
Mark Victor Hansen, Amy
Summary : A collection of 101
true stories from teenagers
and adults about their
teenage years, recalling
issues with friends,
bullies, family, sports, self-
confidence, crushes, life
lessons, and learning to do
the right thing.
Interest age group : 012 – 017
ISBN : 978-1-935096-72-6
Printed in the USA
Why I chose this book to be presented?
This book is very interesting to
read because of all the stories in
this book is a true story. I
borrowed this book in our school
library. our school has a library
with books that have life lessons.
In addition, I also want to
practice reading English-
Benefits from Reading
Reading is very important to
Reading it has many benefits.
And I think reading it has no
Reasons why you should read this book
Feeling good about yourself
True friends and new friends
Setting goals and meeting challenges
Tough times for you and your friends
Learning to do what’s right
And lots more stories about your teenage life
2. Life Lessons
3. Liking Yourself
4. Love and Relationship
5. Family Ties
6. Tough Times
7. Taking a Stand
8. Giving and Getting
9. Funny Moments
10.Setting and Reaching Your
The titles are ..
1. Encountering Grace
2. Life Lesson
3. What’s next ?
There a volunteer at Children's Medical Center who volunteer
their time to play, talk, and accompany a child who suffered
a severe illness and no chance to live again. The child was
named Grace. Despite the pain, he had a huge spirit and
always smiling. Although he wanted to recover and return the
same way again, but the disease was increasingly
menggorogoti body. Grace and volunteers became close
friends. Until the end, Grace died. Volunteers are getting a
very valuable lesson about the sincerity and gratitude will live
First, Lyssa fun and addictive to watch TV shows that are not
quality. Then not long after she watched the story of Lauren,
Heidi, Stefanie, Christian, Whitney, Audrina. The story has a life
lesson and how they know what they want to do. When Lyssa in
the senior class, he was afraid with all that he has, because he
has to go through a future she did not know. He wanted to be
himself. maybe something he feared, would be done tomorrow
someday. He was confused and did not know what he should
do. He still wants adventure and change these fears. The future
is a future. He did not want to just be quiet. But he wanted to
do something useful.
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