Southport, CT - From the New York Times bestselling author of Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety comes a manifesto on why we urgently need to rethink the middle school years.
Join Pequot Library for a digital "Meet the Author" event on Facebook Live with Judith Warner, author of And Then They Stopped Talking to Me. Explore the unique impact of middle school on children through an interview with Ms. Warner by Greens Farms Academy educator Ben Gott, followed by Q&A with the author on Facebook Live.
“Middle school is a monstrous roller coaster ride. . . . Judith Warner has written the book that every parent of every adolescent needs and has not been able to find. It not only helps us decipher what’s going on inside our middle schoolers’ hearts and minds, but also gives us concrete advice on what to do about it.”
— Lisa Belkin, creator of the Motherlode blog, for the New York Times
Part cultural critique and part call to action, this essential book unpacks one of life’s most formative periods and shows how we can help our children not only survive it, but thrive.
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