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Teen Read Week

On October 17, YALSA is celebrating Teen Read Week 2012 with a Tweet-a-thon. Find out how you can join the conversation. Back to Article

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Bihas_Book
Bihas_Book wrote:
2013-10-19 10:41:04 -0700

Me too, I love any kind of books! You know that saying "a reader lives a thousand lives... I wonder if I have reached my limit Big Grin

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Starness_pop
Starness_pop wrote:
2013-10-18 20:21:04 -0700

I love books Blush

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21inkiepielover
21inkiepielover wrote:
2013-07-14 18:11:36 -0700

I luv werewolf books!

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princess subrina
princess subrina wrote:
2013-07-14 18:04:37 -0700

yes i will i love to read i am a readphoniac

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Aarjan
Aarjan wrote:
2013-05-14 04:37:00 -0700

Nice........

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iluvhp
iluvhp wrote:
2012-12-08 09:26:10 -0800

Aw... I love books so much! Frown
I missed it!

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Lion11
Lion11 wrote:
2012-10-19 13:47:50 -0700

yes i love it too

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Ohaidere
Ohaidere wrote:
2012-10-17 15:51:42 -0700

Z0MG it starts today!

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im acool girl
im acool girl wrote:
2012-10-17 14:28:05 -0700

cool i hate to read unless itscool

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hellokitty88
hellokitty88 wrote:
2012-10-17 13:56:09 -0700

yes i would love teen read week

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zoofree
zoofree wrote:
2012-10-17 11:36:37 -0700

na

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tmsm
tmsm wrote:
2012-10-17 05:43:45 -0700

i love reading 2

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tmsm
tmsm wrote:
2012-10-17 05:43:15 -0700

really awesome

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tmsm
tmsm wrote:
2012-10-17 05:43:00 -0700

me 2

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tmsm
tmsm wrote:
2012-10-17 05:42:42 -0700

really cool

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lottie01
lottie01 wrote:
2012-10-16 07:55:19 -0700

cool yer cool

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PixieTulip!
PixieTulip! wrote:
2012-10-16 05:02:44 -0700

I Love Reading ;3

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boo-boo299
boo-boo299 wrote:
2012-10-16 03:44:55 -0700

Reading is awsome!

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PurpleZebra2000
PurpleZebra2000 wrote:
2012-10-15 20:27:34 -0700

I love reading. It is one of my top 5 favorite hobbies. Super duper extremely really really fun.

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mainmuffin
mainmuffin wrote:
2012-10-15 17:37:06 -0700

Um, Crushgirl? Maybe say that on forums or in someones comments. Thankz youz. :3

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Teh_Skittlez posted in Debating:
"american_brit" wrote: "Pokemaster235" wrote: YES! WE women have been neglected for too long!!! I wouldn't necessarily say that. The fight for women's rights has gone on and those for feminist  rights seem to have won. Sure, there is no way to fully promote equal rights, but when it comes to women's place in society -at least in places such as the United States and European countries and in many other regions- it's been on a more leveled playing field with men.  So here? Here where I am? I'm satisfied. I don't believe that women's rights have been neglected. In some ways, they're held above those of men. But out there? Beyond the borders of my "humble" dwelling, there are some problems. Women are abused and seen as lesser. (I'm trying to put this in nicer terms. I don't think it's working... :/)  I think we need to work on fixing those, instead of complaining about how we're deprived as our rights. Because honestly? We have no idea how bad it is.  Sorry,  I went on a mini tangent.  I think your tangent was very good. You seem to have a pretty solid grasp of the situation, and you also are capable of expressing it well. Great post, great job.
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american_brit
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"catseli" wrote:I think that people should respect other people who are wiser than you. For example a 10 year old should respect a 11 year old but that 10 year old has to respect a grandpa because the grandpa is smarter and wiser than the 10 year old. I don't believe respect should be based off of level of intelligence or wisdom.  Also, age doesn't play a factor in how "smart" a person is. It does affect how much experience someone may have in the world though, thus more knowledge gained... (: But knowledge is not equivalent to sagacity. Honestly, I'm not sure if this makes any sense. I'm tired and I'm going to be going to bed soon. I'll have to check this out later. Thanks! Goodnight!
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american_brit
american_brit posted in Debating:
"AlphaT" wrote:Yes, but not the kind of respect you are thinking of. A 10 year old should respect a 30 year old in a way of authority, but a 10 year old should respect an 11 year old in a way of respecting a peer. (Sometimes I find technology really irritating :annoyed. Like now. Here goes my third attempt of posting. Yay...) Agreed. Not to say that a 30 year old deserves more respect, but it should be displayed differently. The ways I respect my mom and my two year old neighbor, for example, are both distinct -but it's respect all the same. Everyone deserves respect (Gosh I feel redundant), but is should be presented in a way that's unique to the individual. 
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american_brit
american_brit posted in Debating:
"Pokemaster235" wrote:YES! WE women have been neglected for too long!!! I wouldn't necessarily say that. The fight for women's rights has gone on and those for feminist  rights seem to have won. Sure, there is no way to fully promote equal rights, but when it comes to women's place in society -at least in places such as the United States and European countries and in many other regions- it's been on a more leveled playing field with men.  So here? Here where I am? I'm satisfied. I don't believe that women's rights have been neglected. In some ways, they're held above those of men. But out there? Beyond the borders of my "humble" dwelling, there are some problems. Women are abused and seen as lesser. (I'm trying to put this in nicer terms. I don't think it's working... :/)  I think we need to work on fixing those, instead of complaining about how we're deprived as our rights. Because honestly? We have no idea how bad it is.  Sorry,  I went on a mini tangent. 
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