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Crap: How to deal with annoying teachers, bosses, backstabbers, and other stuff that stinks

Crap How to deal with annoying teachers bosses backstabbers and other stuff that stinks Crap teaches which types of crap are useful and which aren t how to avoid crap when possible deal with it when it can t be avoided and flush it out of one s life Readers will learn how to break th

  • Title: Crap: How to deal with annoying teachers, bosses, backstabbers, and other stuff that stinks
  • Author: Erin Elisabeth Conley Karen Macklin Jake Miller
  • ISBN: 9780979017353
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crap teaches which types of crap are useful and which aren t , how to avoid crap when possible, deal with it when it can t be avoided, and flush it out of one s life Readers will learn how to break the crap cycle once and for all Complete with Quotes from noted crap coping experts such as Homer Simpson and Kurt Vonnegut Little known biological and scientific fact Crap teaches which types of crap are useful and which aren t , how to avoid crap when possible, deal with it when it can t be avoided, and flush it out of one s life Readers will learn how to break the crap cycle once and for all Complete with Quotes from noted crap coping experts such as Homer Simpson and Kurt Vonnegut Little known biological and scientific facts about you guessed it actual crap

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    1 thought on “Crap: How to deal with annoying teachers, bosses, backstabbers, and other stuff that stinks

    1. Crap: How to deal with annoying teachers, bosses, backstabbers, and other stuff that stinks is a simplistic semi-self-help book aimed at teenagers who need assistance in coping with negative aspects of their lives. This short, easy-to-read guide offers teens methods on how to deal with the emotional weight of undesirable people and situations. It lists and briefly describes where four types of undesirable features come from, those being: from management, peers, yourself, and the universe. It als [...]

    2. I found that the scenarios in the book can be useful for many situations. It is a well thought out book with interesting facts added in. I like how they quote a variety of people ranging from ancient philosophers to modern day actors.The book was written to help people who have a lot of negative situations thrown at them. There are examples on how to identify and deal with these problems. It also has methods to avoiding unnecessary problems with ones life.Danny Devito is quoted from his role in [...]

    3. Elizabeth JoseConley, E. E Macklin, K & Miller, J. (2009). Crap: How to Deal With Annoying Teachers, Bosses, Backstabbers, and Other Stuff That Stinks. San Francisco: Zest Books.Genre: InformationalFormat: PrintSelection Process: Voice of Youth Advocates“Crap: How to Deal With Annoying Teachers, Bosses, Backstabbers, and Other Stuff That Stinks” is a hilarious informational booklet that details the subject in question, in its many forms. It defines it, explains it, gives examples of how [...]

    4. A cute short read to read about crap (and not literal crap)The book, although short, holds some good information and was a fun little read.

    5. Crap is a self-help book that seeks to help teens identify and deal with the negativity in their lives and to let the positive in so that the amount of crap they have to deal with is lessened. The authors identify the four types of crap along with examples, why people dish it out, how to avoid it (with tips like surrounding oneself with positive people), how to deal with it, and how to get rid of it. The book is interspersed with facts about actual crap, including humorous historical trivia, quo [...]

    6. Ever feel like your life is full of crap? It doesn’t have to ruin your day – or your life! Use this book to help you learn how to avoid it, deal with it or flush it out of your life. Adapted from back of book.Initially, my thought was “this is an awfully short book to deal with such a big subject.” Except the authors quickly broke down exactly how basic this topic is and how complicated we tend to make it! The chapters are short and the page design is attractive with bullet points & [...]

    7. A very fine self-help book for teens. This short book explains that "crap" is part of life and lets the reader know that there are ways to deal with others' expectations or meanness as well as the inevitable bad luck of life. I read this book with my son and it gave us a great opportunity to talk about how he can know when others' expectations are meant to help him (like when I tell him to take extra care with his homework). It also gave us an opportunity to talk about when people are negative a [...]

    8. This book doesn't solve life's problems but instead tells you to either ignore the petty crap or stand up for yourself when you are dealt a platter full of it from bosses, teacher and backstabbers At the end of the day, it is a fun read that reminds you that life is too short when you have to deal with crap from other people. Either put your big girl pants on to deal with it or ignore it and go on with your life.

    9. I read this book on a referral thinking it's going to be funny, when in fact it was pretty helpful. It was very funny but actually useful information. The next time I get a crapload of crap I'll be better equipped to handle it.

    10. Clever book geared towards teens about how to deal with crap. It's a light read, but it hits a lot of major truths and could act as a door-opener for someone needing more help with their crap. It's also a fun, quick read designed to remind you that you are not alone.

    11. One of the best 'self-help' books I've ever read. It's short, funny, and most of all makes the point without dragging it out and getting preachy. And, as it should, it includes lots of 'crap' references. Yeah, that kind of crap.

    12. Superficial, pretty short and straight to the point. Doesn't really tell you how to "deal" with annoying bosses b/c you pretty much have to "suck it up" and DEAL WITH IT B/C THEY ARE YOUR BOSS AND THEY ARE NOT ABUSING THEIR POWER. Could've been better. Waste of my money.

    13. This clever self-help book takes a humorous approach in advising teens on how to learn to take it all in stride and deal with many of the challenges of adolescence. From Benicia Middle School Booktalks 2010-5Benicia Public Library Call Number: YA 158.1083 CONLEY

    14. ALA quick pick for reluctant readers. Will appeal to some teens, offers sensible advice with a solid dose of humer. Very short.

    15. Having a book that talks about how to deal with personal crap and then have jokes about crap is awesome. A quick and easy read

    16. I just saw this and had to read it, if only for its crappy title.Very quick read. and simple, yet profound, advice for teens. The wit and wisdom in here can also be appreciated by adults.

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