Who Moved My Cheese For Teens Teenagers lives are full of change and this simple book will help them cope with the unique problems that face them every day such as doing well at school making career decisions dealing with paren

  • Title: Who Moved My Cheese For Teens
  • Author: Spencer Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780091894504
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Teenagers lives are full of change and this simple book will help them cope with the unique problems that face them every day, such as doing well at school, making career decisions, dealing with parents, relationships and dating, feeling good about themselves and being positive about the future.A group of teenagers are worried about changes in their lives To help them ouTeenagers lives are full of change and this simple book will help them cope with the unique problems that face them every day, such as doing well at school, making career decisions, dealing with parents, relationships and dating, feeling good about themselves and being positive about the future.A group of teenagers are worried about changes in their lives To help them out, Chris tells the story of Who Moved My Cheese Four characters, Hem, Haw, Sniff and Scurry, search through a maze for cheese, to nourish them and make them happy, but soon the cheese runs out Sniff and Scurry go off in search for , but Hem and Haw stay to work out what went wrong and wait for cheese Eventually, Haw realises that no new cheese is coming, so he sets out into the maze and eventually finds new cheese The group then discusses the story, finding ways to apply it to their own lives.Who Moved My Cheese for Teens is an essential book for teenagers an entertaining parable that reveals profound truths and insights that will last a lifetime.

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    1. Who moved my cheese? By: Spencer Johnson Date published: 2002Genre: Non-fiction This book is basically about a group of friends who are going through a change at school with their schedule. Some of the kids are ready to change, but some are not. So, one of the kids decided to tell them a story. The story was about two mice sniff and scurry. It is also about two little people named Haw and Hem. Sniff is the type of mouse who sniffs out the situation and figures out what happened and scurry is the [...]

    2. I really like this book and the message it's trying to send but at the same time we have to realise that not every change is a 'good change', so it really depends on what you're talking about because this meaning differs in every situation. Sometimes sticking to something and having hope can get you what you want as long as you work hard for it. Also, just because its a 'new cheese' doesn't make it a good one.

    3. This book was pretty good at teaching about change and how to move with it. I think that it was a little elementary though.

    4. This book is about how to deal with change. In the story, some friends are having lunch, and one boy tells them a story about how to deal with change. In the story, there were 2 mice, and 2 little people, who were just mice-like creatures. All four of them ate at their cheese station happily. But one day, the cheese station ran out of cheese. The two mice noticed what was happening and quickly looked for a solution. The two little people kept coming to the empty cheese station, expecting someone [...]

    5. ***Spencer Johnson: Bazo, do you agree having cheese makes you happy? Bazo: I am not sure what that "cheese" means to me. Spencer Johnson: I know, i know. My aim wasn't discuss with you about your "cheese". You will find it out with yourself, I cannot help on that. But, do you agree, Having cheese makes you happy? Bazo: If you say that cheese is my ""uncertain but ultimate wish", i have to say, Yes. Spencer Johnson: Great, son. Do you have your cheese? Bazo: No, sir. Somebody must have moved it [...]

    6. I remember in 2002 when this (the adult version) was the book everyone was talking about at faculty meetings; my boss kept referring to the "cheese" and how we needed to move with it. I never did read the book (I was a single mom of a toddler and going to school online at night when he was asleep, so reading just wasn't happening much). When I saw that our library had a teen version, I thought I'd check out this LITE version, finally. Well, it's a cute little parable to teach teens how to handle [...]

    7. Oh this is driving. Amazing, Must read!If you are going through any negativity in life, if you are feeling low, if you are down, if the confidence is loosing, if you know you have the potential, here is the remedy that changes you as a person, GO for It!And then you will know, You have the ability and that you are to be that 'HAW' in your life.Enjoy, Cheers!

    8. I actually read this with my 10 year old son as a personal development assignment from his tae kwon do instructor and LIKED it! What a valuable lesson for kids, teens and adults. Actually the sooner you learn the lesson the easier and more enjoyable life becomes.

    9. Absolutely fantastic. This is an adaptation of the original, which was written for adults, but still fantastic. All teenagers should read this once a year or so to remind themselves to be optomistic, the world is not coming to an end!

    10. A must read for all the teens or nevertheless for younger generation folks. The books conveys the message how to adopt to changes and how to react when change occurs in one's life, this has been explained with a small story. Over all very crisply and explicitly said about change in our lives.

    11. From this book I learned to look forward to changes rather than resist and evade them. Change is constant anyway.

    12. I really liked this book.I've learnt about how to improve yourself by not taking yourself too seriously, being a good listener and facing your fears. This book has taught me a lo.

    13. I red it during (finding a new cheese ) and I started comparing what is in the book with my own actions and saw myself so much as Haw in searching for cheese and drawing an imaginary picture of me as successful person . I saw my fears which delays me . I started to think in new way to always keep moving to find new cheese( sniffing and scurrying) and improve myself . Actually I liked the idea of changing in all aspects of life including personal and relational part . we need to keep changing to [...]

    14. Genre Informational/ Self HelpI could not find any awards.4/5 Stars4-6th gradeSummaryWho Moved My Cheese? for Teens starts off at a school with a group of students talking about the change in the school schedule. The group is having a tough time dealing with this new change that is out of their control, except one kid. So he tells the rest of the group about this story his grandfather told him about two mice and two “littlepeople”, four individuals who handle situations differently. The litt [...]

    15. SPOILER ALERT!!!The protagonist in this story is Haw. At the start of the book he does whatever Hem does and he does not want to change. The two have a very big supply of cheese and they believe it will be there for the rest of their life, but one day they run out of it. This was the inciting incident. The two believe that someone is out to get them and someone stole their cheese. Haw finally realizes that, that is not the case at all. His goal is to move on and find new cheese. Haw finally buil [...]

    16. I gave this book three stars, because to tell you the truth, it's been years since I read it and I don't know whether I like it or not. Two years ago, in seventh grade, my teacher read this to us. I could see the moral behind it, but I thought it was a little repetitive and naive. I mean, the lesson should be pretty obvious- when something doesn't work out, move on. The author used a lot of metaphors to try to get this one simple message across. Sure, that's a good moral, but it's the kind of mo [...]

    17. Reading Level: Ages 10-17. Adapting popular self-help books for the teen audience seems to be a common endeavor, though I have found that most of them are worthwhile. I have not read the original version of this title, though my husband has, and I learned the basic premise of it from him. Therefore I am not certain if the actual cheese moving story that comprises the bulk of this book is any different from the original tale. The beginning starts with a group of friends talking over lunch in thei [...]

    18. I didn't even realize there were separate versions 'For Teens', 'For Kids', etc. Anyways, I was required to read this book in my Communications class. Maybe I might have read this when I was young but I don't honestly remember. This book boasts important life lessons in the style of a children's book. Change is one adversity in life that many still struggle to deal with let alone overcome. Whether it's in school or college, with family or with coworkers, change can be present in many specific sc [...]

    19. Um grupo de jovens, preocupados com as mudanças em suas vidas, é apresentado a história do livro "Quem mexeu no meu Queijo? " e discute seus ensinamentos adaptados à realidade da juventude."Quem Mexeu no Meu Queijo?" é um dos maiores fenômenos editoriais da década, com milhões de exemplares vendidos em todo o mundo. Agora, a mesma história lida e vivida por adultos ganha uma outra versão, para ser compartilhada com as novas gerações. A parábola do queijo foi adaptada à realidade do [...]

    20. I was not overly impressed. With all of the crazy good reviews on this book I was expecting it to drastically change my life; but, alas, it has not. However, I did learn some valuable lessons from the book. I think everyone should read this book at least once in their lives. The story is really basic, but the way it is told is what makes it so effective. This is a great tool for teenagers to learn how to deal with change early on in life before it is basically too late. There is a discussion bot [...]

    21. Jika melihat cover dan judulnya, mungkin kita akan tertipu seakan-akan buku ini adalah buku cerita anak. Memang cerita yang ada di dalam buku ini seperti sebuah fabel mengenai 2 ekor tikus dan 2 manusia kerdil di dalam sebuah labirin dan bingung karena persediaan kejunya sudah habis.Namun, sesungguhnya, si penulis memiliki sebuah perumpamaan dibalik ceritanya. 2 tikus dan 2 manusia kerdil ini mewakili sifat manusia:Sniff, si tikus yang selalu dapat mencium adanya perubahanScurry, si tikus yang s [...]

    22. I borrowed this book from my little cousin . just curious to read about this famous cheese story.well, this edition was very brief and that's what i needed . I learned some things that aren't new but came in a different way . my fav. quotes :- If you don't change , you can become extinct .- what would you do if you weren't afraid ?-When you stop being afraid , you can move on the great thing is that you'll never forget the story and its characters .I didn't read the original book so i'm not sur [...]

    23. Would definitely recommend this to any teen but there are lessons that can be learned by any reader regardless of age quite frankly. The messages were hidden between pages the story was drawn out and the conclusion seemed cheesy (no pun intended) but overall, it was okay. The original, non teen version, is the same except for the kids being afraid of growing versus the adults being complacent in their lives. I can see the insult some feel with the cheese being money or a job but it's intended to [...]

    24. I had the advantage of being raised in a household where the family motto was "keep moving forward," so a lot of these basic tenets I already have ingrained, but I think it is definitely a nice book to share with teens, especially as a tool to get a dialogue going about change, loss, flexibility and resiliency. I think the story is told in a charming manner, but I'd be curious to hear what average teens think about it. As a clinician, we see that oftentimes clients intellectualize these truths a [...]

    25. Who Moved My Cheese For Teens is an analogy for change. The story follows characters who notice changes in their surroundings and react accordingly and those who stubbornly continue their old ways. "The Cheese" stands for anything that is significant in your life. It is important to always know that when you've been doing something for a long time and you no longer take joy in that activity, "New Cheese" is always out there waiting. Sometimes, the hardest part is pushing aside the fear and start [...]

    26. At the beginning the story seemed ridiculous and meaningless, but I kept on reading because I felt curious about what will happen next,and finally by the end I understood the point of the story. The moral of that cheese story is (How can you deal with changes in your life and adapt with them).This book would be agood one for those who do not want to do any new thing in their life or can't accept changes in their lives.

    27. I will use this book to help my children who are about ready to go to college and with the students I teach who are about ready to go to college. As a teacher my cheese is constantly moved but use if I wait it out like Hem the cheese comes back. Though I think I need to be more like Haw and find the cheese.

    28. Change is coming. How will you deal with it? I enjoyed this quick read about handling change. The most interesting takeaway for me was considering the question what would you do if you weren't afraid? Haw learns that when you stop being afraid, you feel good and it's easier to move with the cheese and enjoy it.

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