- Hardcover: 96 pages
- Publisher: Vermilion (3 July 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0091894506
- ISBN-13: 978-0091894504
- Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 12.7 x 1.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 208,161 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Who Moved My Cheese? For Teens: An A-Mazing Way To Change and Win! Hardcover – 3 Jul 2003
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"The cute little story about mice and their quest for cheese might sound a bit babyish. But this is actually a book with a difference. It' s designed to help you deal with all the tricky trials in life, like how to handle moving to a new school. It really works. We wish we'd read it ages ago." (Mizz)
"If you're going through changes at home, school or with friends, this fab self-help book will get you through it. Once you've read it, you'll feel like you can do anything!" (Blush)
"Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens will help teenagers everywhere deal with the issues that really affect them" (Education Today)
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Best book I have ever given to my children!!!
From the offset this book, at 96 pages long, is a simple and effective way to take a look at your life and how to change it for the better. Having heard about this book during a Two Pints of lager and a packet of crisps episode, I was immediately interested, given it was used in context for Donna, a self doubting but positive and intelligent woman looking to be more assertive.
Myself, a fairly frequent doubter was hooked to this book and read it in just under an hour. This is a very simple book with complex ideologies of how people observe life's obstacles and attempt to tackle them or leave them be.
Revolving around two mice and two little people in a maze filled with challenges and delusions, this book takes into account the important things in life and how we must strive for them rather than sit back and act naturally. The opening of the book shows a group of high school students upset regarding a change to their school environment and how this will infect them but one kid pips up with the cheese and maze story that turns their outlooks around.
This simple story is great. The cheese is supplied, then taken away and when we see that one mouse refuses to budge until the cheese is returned do we associate with every character in this book. There are times of doubt and ignorance, but there are times of careless actions and spontaneous positive motions, such as the one mouse getting up and thinking about going out and taking the time and energy to get the cheese back.Read more ›
A wonderful book that every parent should give to their child and by using the cheese as a metaphor, it will allow the child/adult to make changes in all areas of his/her life, whether it be health, relationships, finance, personal development or career.
As we get older we have the tendency to overanalyse things and we begin to fear change, yet by allowing your child to think for him/herself you will allow your child to start using his or her own resourcefulness and initiative.
Go on take a break from watching the TV or surfing the net and spend an hour working out your purpose in life simply by putting into practice what the mice do!! You may just find yourself ahead of 95% of the population who fear change. Obviously through no fault of their own, it's just the way the system has programmed them.
Great lesson that more teens should read.
As for content, it's a good read to encourage and motivate teens. My daughter found it amusing but kind of basic, so although I would recommend the book, it would depend on the reader if they actually get anything out of it.