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Please Dont Tell My Parents

Paperback|Jun 1992
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Based on real letters from kids around the country, youth expert Dawson McAllister answers questions about sex, drugs and alcohol, the occult, abuse, and loneliness with real compassion and understanding. When others won't or don't listen— or teens simply can't...


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Based on real letters from kids around the country, youth expert Dawson McAllister answers questions about sex, drugs and alcohol, the occult, abuse, and loneliness with real compassion and understanding. When others won't or don't listen— or teens simply can't tell— this book provides teens a listening ear and a message of hope.
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Dawson McAllister

For more than twenty-eight years Dawson McAllister has been speaking to and for the American teenager. Born and raised in Peoria, Illinois, he graduated from Bethel College in Minnesota and then studied at Talbot Theological Seminary. When he is not hosting his radio program or speaking at a conference, McAllister is at home with his wife and two adopted sons. They live on a farm--McAllister's an avid horseman--just south of Nashville, Tennessee.

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