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Audio Article: Sex, Romance, and Choosing Books for Teenage Girls

Living Our Vocations

Release Date: 06/25/2017

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Living Our Vocations, Season One, Audio Article 1: "Read Aloud: Sex, Romance, and Choosing Books for Teenage Girls."

 

In this episode, we provide an audio version of Anna's article on the three different kinds of romance novels. 

 

Links: 

Sex, Romance, and Choosing Books for Teenage Girls (includes list of suggested books for teenage girls)

Suzannah Rowntree (quoted in article).

 
An article of Heather Judd’s about the need for literature that isn't "safe".
 
A piece from The Federalist about why teens need books that stretch them.