It"s O.K. to say no to cigarettes and alcohol!
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It"s O.K. to say no to cigarettes and alcohol! a parent/child manual for the protection of children by Neal Shusterman

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Published by T. Doherty Associates in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Smoking.,
  • Alcohol.,
  • Alcoholism.,
  • Smoking -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Alcohol -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Alcoholism -- Juvenile literature.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementNeal Shusterman ; illustrated by Neal Yamamoto.
ContributionsYamamoto, Neal.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV5745 .S48 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination121 p. :
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2063300M
ISBN 100812594835
LC Control Number88050631
OCLC/WorldCa18717832

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That's not to say the book is a complete failure; for all my faults with the story, it's still fairly well written and the action scenes in particular can be quite satisfying. It's not a bad read, and at only ~ pages it's a decent choice for a rainy day or lengthy plane ride. It's just too bad the potential here wasn't mined to its fullest/5(). I don't like dirty. That's why I hate cigarettes. A little bit of alcohol is O.K., but no drugs. And I like to sleep alone because I wake up, I walk around, I bring my computer with me to bed, I have a great time. Votes: 1. Jean Pigozzi.   O.K., Says Anthony Hopkins, More Mr. Nice Guy. By Alex Witchel. sends the signal that it is O.K. to ask, and that is an alluring quality.   You may be thinking cigarettes and alcohol are drugs too. And that is correct. So look at the devastating effects of cigarettes and the statistics on alcoholism.

Hi there! Thanks for submitting a great question. It’s a great thing that you are concerned enough to write a question seeking advice on Quora. I wish that having smoked my first cigarette, ohh, 20 or more years ago, that I had had the opportunity.   Alcohol can damage every organ in your body, including your developing brain. Alcohol can affect your ability to co-ordinate movements, memory, and judgement. In addition to its negative impact on health, alcohol use among youth can lead to violence, risky sexual behavior, poor performance in school, alcohol-related driving incidents, and other. I was sober about two years, smoking pot all along, before I first heard people in AA say pot is the same as alcohol, and that I'd get drunk if I smoked it. I knew that was crap, having already stayed sober two years with no slips. Alcohol was killing me, so I wanted to quit. MJ was helping me, so I didn't want to quit. So I didn't. Australian Slang Words & Phrases. A Cold One – Beer. Accadacca – How Aussies refer to Australian band ACDC. Ankle Biter – Child. Arvo – Afternoon (S’Arvo – this afternoon!) Aussie Salute – Wave to scare the flies. Avo – Avocado. Bail – To cancel plans. ‘Bruce bailed’ = Bruce isn’t going to turn up. Barbie – Barbecue.