In some ways, a guy's mind seems incredible simple. So why are dudes always so confounding, especially to girls? Luckily, youth pastor extraordinaire Kurt Johnston has spent decades figuring out the brains of teenage boys-including his own noggin. And with some extra insights from fellow youth worker Katie Edwards, they've crafted a humorous, yet incredibly helpful handbook on unwrapping the male brain. While written with girls as an audience, this book also fills a much needed hole in any youth worker's bookshelf or parent's reading list.
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Review 1 for 99 Thoughts About Guys: For Girls' Eyes Only
NOT a "book"! A pamphlet.
Date:January 1, 2013
Location:Fort Worth, Texas
99 thoughts on 33 pages - smaller than a pop-tart - but less filling. This "book" is thinner than a comb, and at 4"x6" it could just as easily fit in your pocket. The thoughts aren't at fault, but they are insultingly succinct in several cases ("don't flirt", "be yourself", "relax and be yourself" - really? the "be yourself" thought needed elaboration to get to the 99 total?). There are scant explanations for these otherwise good ideas so it may help some of them "stick" but for $3.99, buyers beware. You're getting a "book" that could be read by your teenager on the bus ride to school. It won't impress a young lady as a compelling read when it's not much larger than a bookmark.