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Why do people get involved with drugs? What should someone do if they already are? How do they ask for help? This title urges teens to resist the temptation not just because they should, but because their life will be much happier and healthier if they do. It aims to show teens the ugly side of one of life's toughest temptations. Why do people get involved with drugs? What should someone do if they already are? How do they ask for help? This title urges teens to resist the temptation not just because they should, but because their life will be much happier and healthier if they do. It aims to show teens the ugly side of one of life's toughest temptations.


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Why do people get involved with drugs? What should someone do if they already are? How do they ask for help? This title urges teens to resist the temptation not just because they should, but because their life will be much happier and healthier if they do. It aims to show teens the ugly side of one of life's toughest temptations. Why do people get involved with drugs? What should someone do if they already are? How do they ask for help? This title urges teens to resist the temptation not just because they should, but because their life will be much happier and healthier if they do. It aims to show teens the ugly side of one of life's toughest temptations.

36 review for The Dirt on Drugs

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    Dawn States Informational As young adults, drugs are often pressures that must be faced. Teens have all faced this challenge, and the book acknowledges that in the beginning. The book is highly informational and finds a way to make the serious facts fun but still convey their importance. The book is quick to read and puts the information is small blocks, making it easier to digest. The book covers everything from alcohol to marijuana to tobacco and lists the effects of each one. Several other d Dawn States Informational As young adults, drugs are often pressures that must be faced. Teens have all faced this challenge, and the book acknowledges that in the beginning. The book is highly informational and finds a way to make the serious facts fun but still convey their importance. The book is quick to read and puts the information is small blocks, making it easier to digest. The book covers everything from alcohol to marijuana to tobacco and lists the effects of each one. Several other drugs are reviewed throughout the book, with the highlights and the withdrawals of each drug being listed. The author makes no attempt to disguise any of the effects of the drugs, whether they are good or bad, but is definitely not sparing on the bad sides of drugs. At the end of the book the author listed reasons people do drugs, and ways to say no to drugs that are offered to you. Teens thinking about doing drugs would benefit from this upbeat and short read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    I don't think I'm the right age demographic/maturity level for this book. I don't really think I ever was. I could see this book being helpful if you are young (<13) and maybe thinking about experimenting with drugs. I am an adult, but I still wanted to read some information as to why teens experiment, so I picked it up. This book wasn't very funny. The jokes felt forced. It didn't really teach me anything I didn't know. The basic message was, "Drugs are bad. Don't do it. Turn to Jesus instead." It I don't think I'm the right age demographic/maturity level for this book. I don't really think I ever was. I could see this book being helpful if you are young (<13) and maybe thinking about experimenting with drugs. I am an adult, but I still wanted to read some information as to why teens experiment, so I picked it up. This book wasn't very funny. The jokes felt forced. It didn't really teach me anything I didn't know. The basic message was, "Drugs are bad. Don't do it. Turn to Jesus instead." It's a great message in theory, but a lot of other people are saying that and someone still dies from an overdose in my neighborhood everyday. I just didn't find it revolutionary.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Marquis

    Justin Lookadoo absolutely rocks. This was another great book of his that tells it like it is and makes you laugh out loud. Awesome.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elyssa

    This book has some pointers and NEVER USE DRUGS !

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