Dirty: A Search for Answers Inside America's Teenage Drug Epidemic
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BeschreibungVenturing into uncharted territory, mother and award-winning journalist Meredith Maran takes us inside teenagers' hearts, minds, and central nervous systems to explore the causes and consequences of our nation's drug crisis. In these pages we get to know the kids, the parents, the therapists, and the drug treatment programs at their best and worst. We're face-to-face with seventeen-year-old Mike, whose life revolves around selling, smoking, and snorting speed; fifteen-year-old Tristan -- the boy next door -- who can't get enough pot, pills, or vodka; and sixteen-year-old Zalika, a runaway, crack dealer, and prostitute since the age of twelve. Combining powerful on-the-street reporting and groundbreaking research, Dirty is essential reading for every parent and professional who works with or cares about children or teenagers.
Pressestimmen"An accurate and realistic portrayal of teen-age drug use. Parents should read this book. Kids should read this book."--James Frey, bestselling author of A Million Little Pieces
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: HARPER COLLINS
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2004
Seitenanzahl: 320 Seiten