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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2005

    Respect: A Girl's Guide to Getting Respect and Dealing When Your Line Is Crossed

    This is a book that every mom should have and every girl should have. Everyday girls come home from school facing tough issues in their relationships with others and this book is an amazing guide and resource for helping to figure it all out! It rocks!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2005

    Respect: A Girl's Guide to Getting Respect and Dealing When Your Line Is Crossed

    I checked out this book and decided it would be perfect for my 16-year-old niece. The authors come across as really friendly and open, and they talk in a way that today's teens and preteens will understand--like big sisters. They tackle pretty much all of the major issues that girls face today and they do it without being the least bit preachy. Rather than just telling girls what's good, bad, right, or wrong, the authors continually reinforce that girls need to make their own decisions based on respect--for themselves and for others. The real value of the book is that the authors give the girls tons of information on which to base those decisions. I think kids really respond well to that approach--empowering rather than admonishing. I definitely recommend this one.

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