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How to (Un)cage a Girl

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  • Posted November 22, 2008

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    Reviewed by Lauren Ashley for TeensReadToo.com

    HOW TO (UN)CAGE A GIRL is a short collection of poetry for and about girls. Told in three parts, these poems deal with many facets of life that women must deal with, from being a teen to becoming an adult. This is a book about life: the ups and downs, the pressure, the joys, the pain. This tiny book includes it all. <BR/><BR/>I enjoyed the book very much, and found the modern approach to poetry to be interesting and refreshing. It was a bit hard to understand at parts, but definitely enjoyable overall. <BR/><BR/>One of my favorite entries in this collection was one titled Media Queenz, which addresses all the singers and actresses that girls tend to idolize. I think the following line from this poem explains it best: <BR/><BR/>"where were our pradas? our pouts? <BR/>our captivating glances? <BR/>only later we would grow up <BR/>and realize that these women were just women" <BR/><BR/>This is a perfect novel for any girl who ever felt unworthy or like they didn't fit in. We are all our own people, and this book celebrates that. <BR/><BR/>With the holidays approaching, this small book would make a great stocking stuffer, as well!

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