Young People at Work Inspirationals

Young People at Work Inspirationals

So many young people face peer pressure every day. This book is written and designed to keep young people on track and to help them make the right decisions in their own lives. This book will also motivate them in their thinking and encourage them to make the right choices in everyday life situations.

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