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'How To' helps teens figure out new chores

4:31 PM, Jun. 9, 2013
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This summer, your parents say that you'll be doing more around the house.

Your chore list almost doubled, in fact, because they want to prepare you for the future: cooking, cleaning, caring for your own clothes, money-management, car repair, things like that. This summer, they're challenging you and it's kinda scary.

For instance, what if you mess up? What if you do something wrong? Maybe you should ask for help. Or maybe you should read "The How-To Handbook" by Martin Oliver and Alexandra Johnson. ...

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