I appreciated the reference to Holden Caulfield. While I recognize that, in the pantheon of truly awful, destructive books, Catcher in the Rye doesn't come close to, say, Silent Spring, there is still a message that Holden Caulfield should hear:
"You are not unhappy because you are so special and sensitive that people don't understand you. You are unhappy because you are young and stupid. You are not special. You are the same as every other teenager, and the best thing you can do for yourself is try to grow up."