What would YOU do if you had to make a life altering decision? Would you stand your ground and choose a path that follows your belief? Or would you give in to peer pressure to avoid rejection? With this 2 in 1 book you are given the opportunity to do just that. In Truth or Dare?, Lindsay Martin and her friends are playing "Truth or Dare" at sleepovers when their harmless fun suddenly turns into something more risky. Will Lindsay stand her ground and choose to not participate in the dare . . . or will she succumb to the peer pressure from the group? You decide, and discover the consequences. In All That Glitters, Drew and Dani are twins, but Drew desperately wants to assert her identity separate from her sister. She gets a new haircut, new clothes and friends, and a new boyfriend. But when her new boyfriend pressures her to lie to her parents, what will Drew do? Face rejection from her boyfriend and do what's right? Or give in to temptation and lie? You decide the route and see what life-altering consequences your choice creates.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 352 Vendor: Barbour Publishing Publication Date: 2011 Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.19 X 1.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1616262508 ISBN-13: 9781616262501 Availability: In Stock Ages: 10-15 Series:Scenarios for Girls
Decisions, decisions! How is a girl supposed to choose? Lessons of right and wrong are put to the test in the Scenarios series, where you can test your decision-making abilities in an eye-opening, but safe, way. Each book follows a character up to the point where she has to make an important, life-changing decision—then it’s your turn to choose. Will your choices lead to a happy ending?
Both of these stories had been previously published as separate books. They are geared towards tween in the hopes that it will help them to develop the ability to make the right decisions in tough situations.
This series is definitely a must read for young girls.
Both stories carry strong messages about faith and not caving to peer pressure. The stories carry strong emotional impact with the reader. The problems encountered in these stories include issues like teen drinking, dating, and even bullying. I think there are great lessons to be learned and highly recommend the stories to young girls