Chicken soup for the indian teenage soul
Stories from the Chicken Soup for the Soul series have touched lives everywhere since the first title came out in 1993. they have inspired people, given them hope, helped them overcome obstacles: it’s no surprise that every title has been a bestseller. Now, the Chicken Soup series brings you a second collection of stories especially written for the Indian reader. In this book, the authors of these 101 stories share with you some of their most meaningful life experiences, focusing on subjects as varied as love, friendship, heartbreak and rebellion. these are heart-warming tales of adolescence, about becoming the best person you can be, having hope in the face of adversity, and being happy with who you are. these stories will help you move forward towards a richer, more fulfilling and rewarding life…..
About The Author
Jack Canfield (born August 19, 1944) is an American author, motivational speaker,seminar leader, corporate trainer, and entrepreneur.: He is the co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, which has more than 250 titles and 500 million copies in print in over 40 languages. In 2005 Canfield co-authored with Janet Switzer The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be.
Mark Victor Hansen (born January 8, 1948)is an American inspirational and motivational speaker, trainer and author. He is best known as the founder and co-creator of the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book series.
Raksha Bharadia is the author of All and Nothing (Rupa & Co), Me: A Handbook for Life (Rupa & Co) and Roots and Wings: A Handbook for Parents (Rupa & Co). Raksha has co-authored Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul series (Jack Canlield and Mark Victor) for Westland. She has contributed features for Times of India, Femina, Gurlz, Life Positive, Marie Claire, Midday (Mumbai) etc. She is a columnist with Ahmedabad Mirror and Femina. She has taught creative writing, Master's Program – Architecture Journalism at CEPT, Ahmedabad. She has held workshops on parenting in organizations and schools such as AMA (Ahmedabad Management Association), Eklavya school, Anand Niketan, Kapadia and Shaishay, Don Bosco Kolkata, Heritage Kolkata, La Martiniere Lucknow, Roundtable Kolkata, E0 and YPO, Rotary Club, Ahmedabad etc. Raksha has taught at the school for the visually challenged, in Andh Kanya Gruh. She currently teaches English in a street school run by NGO Manav Sadhna in Ram-Rahim ka Tekra. She was a speaker at the Women leadership Forum organized by Naseeba at Delhi. Always one to follow her dreams and passions, she has recently rekindled her romance with the world of rhythm and is currently reinventing herself as a Kathak danseuse. She lives in Ahmedabad.