Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Review: Crap - Erin Elisabeth Conley, Karen Macklin, and Jake Miller

Teens deal with all kinds of crap, from nagging teachers to backstabbing friends. But crap doesn’t have to ruin one’s day—or one’s life, for that matter. Learn how to get through it in this humorous and unconventional look at everyday annoyances in teen life.
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Product Details
Teen Nonfiction
Paperback: 96 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Zest Books
ISBN-13: 978-0-9790173-5-3


When I'm confronted with CRAP - the first thing, I ask myself - Will this really matter five years from now? Sometimes it works - other times it doesn't. Crap to me is that annoying itch that you can't seem to reach. It irritates you for a bit, but it evidently goes away.

Crap is the perfect advice books for teens & great reminder for Adults. The information contained within the pages are very vital to the many obstacles your teen will face during their lives. Authors Erin Conley, Karen Macklin, and Jake Miller did an excellent job of creating an amusing, thoroughly entertaining book that will keep readers' attention. 

I highly recommend this book!!!

4 Stars


****How Do you Deal with CRAP?**** Comment below for your chance of winning a copy of this book.


  1. How do I deal with crap? I pray and then I bulldoze right over it :)
    -Adrienne Thompson

  2. I bottle it up inside. Try to deal with it later.

  3. It should be an interesting read. Now how do I deal with crap? I internalize it until I find myself so frustrated and in tears that I have no choice but to face it...(I know..I know...) but I like the idea of asking myself if it is going to matter in five years....I'm going to work on that...because 90% of the time it won't...

  4. As a publicist, this title is going on my TBR list!



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