The Girls' Life Guide to Growing Up by Karen Bokram
  

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The Girls' Life Guide to Growing Up by Karen Bokram

Hey, Girls! Ever deal with ...Sibs who drive you crazy? Battles with your best bud? Heart-breaking crushes? A bod that seems to have a mind of its own? Tough stuff at home? Confused yet? Don't be! The editors of Girls' Life, the #1 magazine for girls, have rounded up the best growing-up advice there is and put it all into one place, The Girls' Life Guide to Growing Up. Fellow girlhood survivors share honest tips and offer real-life solutions to just about every growing-up problem you can think of. From the silly (but not to us!) to the serious, this book helps girls navigate the tricky waters of girlhood with their sanity, self-esteem, and sense of humor intact. She's All That - Or is She? All the myths of hang in' with the in crowd are busted by girls who have been there. What Kind of Smart Are You? Intelligence is more than a grade on a math test. Our quiz (not graded!) reveals your true talents. Gossip: Why We Do It and Why It Hurts Who started that rumor? Learn how to deal with gossip - especially when you're the target. Whose Body Is This, Anyway? Yeah, you're going through some crazy changes. Know what to expect and how to cope. The Girls' Life Guide to Growing Up offers great advice on everything. This book is cool, real, and makes sense. You'll refer to it again and again.

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Format

Paperback
614 pages

Author

Karen Bokram
More books by Karen Bokram

Publisher

ReadHowYouWant.com Ltd

Publication date

31st March 2009

ISBN

9781442971448


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