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259: Illusions

8-page Book -  Measures: 8½" x 11"
Age: Junior High, High School, Families

An Informative Guide about Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drugs for Teens

The Illusions book has been updated to include current topics including opioids, vaping, medical marijuana, recreational marijuana, and human trafficking.

Illusions is designed to present information about alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse, bullies, distracted driving, Internet safety, self protection, and other current issues to teens and families.

Topics: Alcohol; Drinking & Driving; Walking & Drinking; Distracted Driving (Texting While Driving); E-Cigarettes/Vaping (JUULing); Rx Drugs/Opioids; Tolerance; Physical Dependency; Withdrawal; Cravings; Addiction; Heroin; Fentanyl; Carfentanil; Marijuana/Cannabis; Vaping Marijuana/Cannabis; Concentrates; Edibles; THC; Medical Marijuana; Recreational Marijuana; Synthetic Drugs; K2/Spice; Bath Salts; Personal Safety; Internet Safety; Sexting; Human Trafficking; Bullies; Cyberbullying; Mean Girls.


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