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Posted November 13, 2007
School Girls was a book about the drop in self esteem of girls that are in middle school and going into high school. It was interesting to see how the girls change from when they are with their friends to when they sit in class. The two schools that Peggy decided to shadow were very different, from the subrubs to the inner cities of California. You recieved a different point of view and different problems that each girl encounters because of where they live. The book is easily relatable, especially if you are a woman most of the things I was able to relate too. The book offers an insight on the dropping self esteem of today's teenage girls and offers some hope to what we can do to stop it. This book was very well written, and I would definatly read it again.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.