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The Optimistic Child “This book shows that learning the skills of optimism not only reduces the risk of depression in children but also boosts school performance improves physical health. It provides them with the self-reliance they need as they approach the teenage years and adulthood.”
Whether you’re a teen yourself or simply appreciate a great young adult novel, we have the book for you. From classic coming-of-age stories to modern dystopian fiction, this list features the must-read books for teens.
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Top Books On Teenagers and Young Adults
There is so much information in my head about raising kids, teenagers in particular. I am a such a reader, that it is really hard to pin down my favorites, because I rarely meet a book that I don’t like. We are all looking for answers, strategies, and ideas to try. I try to break down each of these so you can find one that fits your needs!
These 15 books on Teenagers continue to make an impact with their messages and lessons that anyone can take away from them.
Youth’s Problems: Issues That Affect Young People
Youth’s Problems: Issues that Affect Young People Discussed in Light of the Qur’an and the Sunnah. Young people are humanity’s future wealth. They offer hope and strength to their nations and the directions they take in their lives determine the fate of their people.
Muslim Girl: A Coming of Age Story
Thisis the extraordinary account of Amani’s journey through adolescence as a Muslim girl, from the Islamophobia she’s faced on a daily basis, to the website she launched that became a cultural phenomenon, to the nation’s political climate in the 2016 election cycle with Donald Trump as the Republican nominee.
No Room for Doubt: Selective Essays for Youth
Who created God? Is punishment by eternal hellfire justifiable when the human lifespan is so short? Does God need our prayers? Why did God create Satan?
Letters to a Young Muslim
“A timely and incisive book about the hopes and aspirations of Muslims beyond the headlines that have shaped Western attitudes toward Islam. At a time when extremism threatens Islam from within and reaction to it isolates Muslims, this book is a must-read for Muslims and non-Muslims, young and old alike.” – Vali Nasr
The War Within Our Hearts
In an age of growing insecurity, violence, and war, Muslims often tend to overlook the wars being fought on the home front; that is, The War within our Hearts. One of the most dangerous elements in a war is fighting an enemy who is knowledgeable of our weaknesses.
50 Candles to Light your Path: To My Sons and Daughters
50 Candles To Light Your Path. It discusses on “how to improve the well-being of our sons and daughters; how to aid them towards threading the path of guidance to engender their excelling in their academic, work and other facets of life.
Life Strategies For Teens
Whether you are a teen looking for a little help, or a parent or grandparent wanting to provide guidance, this book tackles the challenges of adolescence like no other. Combining proven techniques for dealing with life’s obstacles and the youth and wit of writer Jay McGraw, Life Strategies for Teens is sure to improve the lives of all who read it.
EveryDay truggles: the stories of the muslim teens
Everyday Struggles is a collection of short stories written by Muslim teenage girls for their peers.
Muslim Teens: Today’s Worry, Tomorrow’s Hope
From the preface: “Teen years we are told by society are the time for school dances, house parties, and road trips, the time for underage drinking, for dating, for casinos and gambling, the time for exploring and discovering, discovering beer, discovering drugs, discovering the opposite sex, the time for finding yourself; teen years, we are told, are the time of your life.
A Muslim Girl’s Guide to Life’s Big Changes
This book gives brotherly advice on life in general from Islam and friends, school and home life through for girls aged 11 andonwards.
A Muslim Boy’s Guide to Life’s Big Changes
This book gives brotherly advice on life in general from Islam and friends, school and home life through to the physical changes a boy will experience from the age of 11 onwards.
A Guide to Parenting in Islam: Addressing Adolescence
Addressing Adolescence is a parent-to-parent handbook outlining how to tackle the challenges of parenting adolescents within an Islamic ethos ina pluralist society. It cover: – the unique nature of an adolescent and how this differs from younger children
A Guide for the Young Muslims (Book Four)
It covers a wide spectrum of topics in Islam and its history. In this book, the lessons on Islamic principles are dealt with in greater detail and the impact of these principles on the lives of the Muslims in all generations specially the first generation.
The Young Person’s Guide to Nourishing Faith
This book is essentially a comprehensive survey of principles and criteria derived from the main sources of knowledge in Islam, the Qur’an and the way of Prophet, for the Muslim youth today. Covering topics from how to increase your knowledge of God to the ways to improve and increase the sense of worship, it attempts to help better understand reasoning behind Islamic rules and morality.
The Young Person’s Guide To Understanding Islam
We are on a journey in this world, a journey that is in fact much longer than we think it is. This journey did not start the day we were born, but much earlier than we can imagine. Our home is not the house or flat in which we are raised and enjoy the company of our families as a child
The Young Person’s Guide To Living Islam
This book is a form of guidance for the Muslim youth of today, a guide for their everyday lives, as well as being a compilation of useful information related to the various forms of worship with informative explanations given in an understandable manner.
Muslim Teenagers Coping: With Parents, Family, Life, the Universe and Everything
Being a teenager is not an easy business.You’re told you are “too young” to do half the things you want to do; your mother is always asking you to tidy your room: your father is always reminding you to pray; your younger sister is annoying you when all you want is some PEACE AND QUIET