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From a fiercely funny comic strip about mean girls, to a moving essay about living with spina bifida, to a forensic discussion of why it's not a crime for girls to love science, these stories reflect and encourage female wit, wisdom, and perseverance. Most of all, the essential 33 things display the infinite range of options for girls, and will inspire young women to pursue the pathways paving their dreams. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Got this for my daughter & I'm reading it before I give it to her. It's okay - stories are enjoyable because there quick reads yet not always very interesting or motivational.Published 4 months ago by Roxana Collins
My granddaughter has really enjoyed this book. It does indeed address many touchy topics in ways she can relate to. It was a fine choice.Published 4 months ago by Pa Tomcat
My female students were really excited about reading this book. They have asked to borrow it every time its available.Published 8 months ago by Jeanine
bought for my granddaughter at her request. She loves to read and to explore new things. She is 14 and into the world of a teenager.Published 9 months ago by Ethel M. Toner
Some of the writings in this book focused on dating, sex, and self care. The articles are short, thus, not wordy or boring.Published 11 months ago by Sally Lyons
Good product good price... quick shipping. Was a christmas present for my niece starting high school int he fall and was enjoyed for sure.!!!Published 11 months ago by TriciaDa
I'm so glad I bought my 12 year old this amazing book...it has so much insight on teenagers..treats stories...poems...quotes...and so much more.. Read morePublished 15 months ago by julie74brsy
Great new book arrived fast. I recommend parent for their children. I read this book in the library, and I want to keep a copy for myself.Published 18 months ago by cherry 95
I found nothing in this book that every girl should know. Really thought this would be something I could use to help my daughter get ready for middle school/ young-adulthood. Read morePublished on August 29, 2011 by Maried1124