The Everyday Living of Children
Reviewed by: Push Nevahda
I wish I had access to this kind of book when I was a kid. Adra Young’s new collection, The Everyday Living of Children and Teens Monologues is just right for any teenager who is interested in acting. The book consists of actual events acted out from the perspective of actual teenagers, under the aegis of Young - as Acting Coach, Actress, and Educator. The book will help teenagers tap into their emotions to deal with real life scenarios. Through the art of acting, children can learn guidance and direction on how cope with serious life issues of abuse, peer pressure, death, violence, family dilemmas, and moving away from old neighborhoods into new ones. This book would also serve well those educators interested in learning new and innovative ways to reach out to the youth. The book is comprehensive, and provides a broad display of Ms. Young’s insight and experience as a skilled educator. I have recommended this book to many of my friends who are teachers and educators. This book is a must-read!
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