A Private Midnight: A Teenager’s Scrapbook of Secrets


Parents of teenagers take note.  The two most overused and mundane questions you can ask your teen are “How was your day?” and “What did you do?”
Scott Fried dedicates his new book to the ten questions he wishes he had been asked as a teenager.  In A Private Midnight: A Teenager’s Scrapbook of Secrets, Fried reveals through the anonymous submission of answers from teenagers around the world that their unspoken fears, questions and restrained hope need to find a voice.  A Private Midnight is an encouraging guide for parents and teachers who are struggling to understand what lies beneath a teenager’s silence.

Click here to view the press release for the book.

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Paperback, 2009

2 reviews for A Private Midnight: A Teenager’s Scrapbook of Secrets

  1. admin

    “I am SO excited to go out and buy your books to delve deeper into your life and to just really get a more firm grasp on my own.” – Chris, age 19

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    “After hearing your lecture, I refrained from asking you to inscribe the book to me or my daughter, but you did write the right thing of course, “YOU ARE ENOUGH!” and left both books under the mirror on the front hall where we put the day’s mail, especially hers. Soon after she came home, “A Private Midnight: A Teenager’s Scrapbook of Secrets” was gone. When I noted it, she told me she read the whole thing. No comment, as expected. Despite 4 exams tomorrow, college applications due, etc. If I ever get it back, maybe I can read it too. ”

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