The Sunday Cape Cod Times says, “Grownups who care about kids should pick up this revealing compilation.”
While your middle and high-schoolers are busy learning about how cool quadratic equations are, take a little time to learn more about teens and tweens with Reality Gap, a new book by Stephen Wallace, chairman and CEO of SADD. You may not find this book hair-raising (you probably know your kid very well) but if sticking your head in the sand about alcohol, drugs and sex has been your style up to now, this book could be an eye-opener. “Protecting kids in a changing world” is the goal of the book. Grownups who care about kids should pick up this revealing compilation to fill in their reality gap.