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Unpacking 13 Reasons Why
Two Glaring Truths the Show Unveiled
by Rob Chagdes
It’s Hannah, Hannah Baker… I’m about to tell you…why my life ended. And if you’re listening to this tape, you’re one of the reasons why.
Netflix has once again introduced a show that has captured the conversation among teenagers, much like last summer’s hit
Based on the Jay Asher novel of the same name,
13 Reasons Why
, tells the story of a teen girl’s decision to end her own life. High school sophomore Hannah Baker records thirteen reasons she ended her life, because, as she says, “there are thirteen sides to every story.” Recording on old-school cassette tapes, Hannah orchestrates a scenario in which those she blames for her death will listen to the tapes and know why she took her own life.
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JONATHAN'S BLOG: Your worries about teens and mobile devices
Some GREAT feedback from you all in my last post as you shared your concerns about today's teens and their mobile devices. I've just posted the 5 contest winners below (in this post) who each will win a free "advanced reader" copy of my upcoming book,
The Teens Guide to Social Media and Mobile Devices.
For those of you who didn't win... and want a copy. Some great options right now. Amazon has it for pre-sale today for almost 50% off... just $7 and change. Grab that before it changes (who knows Amazon's logic with price-setting). Then I'm pre-selling autographed first editions on my site for just $8.99 ...I'll be personally signing all pre-orders.
img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-10881" src="http://www.JonathanMcKeeWrites.com/wp-content/uploads/TEENS-GUIDE-10-PRODUCT-300x225.png" alt="" width="300" height="225" />If you want bulk so you can use it for small group curriculum or a discipleship gift (it has discussion questions at the end of each chapter making it easy for an adult to discuss it with the young person reading it), then I also have it available in 10-packs
(taking pre-sale orders now)
for less than $8 a book- which is nice since you can't order bulk on Amazon.
(Email me with your name and address and I'll send you that advanced readers copy!)
Side Ware, from Moriarty, NM
Jake Helms, from Pasadena, MD
Chris, from Bessemer, AL
Chris, from Chicago, IL (does it pay to be named Chris, or what?!!)
Troy, from Wentzville, MD
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OFFSITE ARTICLES JONATHAN HAS READ THIS WEEK:
5 lifeskills tech might be eroding
Posted on August 8/6/2017, 2017 at 06:16 AM
Kids go to camp to learn how to become YouTube celebrities
Posted on July 7/25/2017, 2017 at 03:37 PM
Two thirds of Christians face doubt
Posted on July 7/25/2017, 2017 at 11:48 AM
four kinds of facebook users
Posted on July 7/25/2017, 2017 at 07:26 AM
Apple the No. 1 brand 13-34 year olds want to own
Posted on July 7/25/2017, 2017 at 06:35 AM
Millennials spending twice as much at restaurants as previous generations
Posted on July 7/25/2017, 2017 at 06:24 AM
It's been one year since Pokemon Go launched and hit 90-million downloads
Posted on July 7/25/2017, 2017 at 06:22 AM
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Season Seven, Episode Sixteen, The First Day of the Rest of Your Life
by Thom McKee Who would you rather be, Negan or Rick? Think about it. Negan has pretty much everything he wants, including immense power and access to most of the material things that people only enjoyed before the Zombie apocalypse.
Whispering Thoughts of Suicide
Where are your kids turning for counsel
David R. Smith
The smartphones kids carry around in their pockets are powerful devices. They can help students study, access helpful resources, travel safely, and much more.
Sadly, sometimes smartphones are also the tool kids use to communicate “under the radar.”
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