113 Things To Do By 13

113 Things To Do By 13

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by Brittany & Terri MacLeod, Terri MacLeod
     
 

Talk about drama! Your crush likes your BFF…you've got homework up to your eyeballs…the school mean girl is on the attack…a hot party is on the agenda and you've got nothing to wear. No worries: 113 Things To Do by 13 has all the deets on stuff you need to know now.

• Secrets to a sa-weet party look from Sephora's beauty

Overview

Talk about drama! Your crush likes your BFF…you've got homework up to your eyeballs…the school mean girl is on the attack…a hot party is on the agenda and you've got nothing to wear. No worries: 113 Things To Do by 13 has all the deets on stuff you need to know now.

• Secrets to a sa-weet party look from Sephora's beauty pro.

• The best (worst!) OMG moments from girls just like us.

• The crush zone—four ways to tell if your crush is into you.

• A guide to which star is your fashion mate. Is it Vanessa Hudgens? Or Amanda Bynes?

• Tips to hosting the most rockin' sleepover ever.

• Stargaze with your astro-rific BFF and zodiac-celeb crushers.

• 4-1-1 on gossip, body stuff, cyber-bullying, money-making ideas and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780373892129
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
05/01/2009
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 7.20(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
10 - 13 Years

Read an Excerpt

People talk a lot about how tough it is to be a teenager. But what about being a tweenager?… Talk about drama! Just cuz we're not dealing with college apps or major boy issues yet, doesn't mean serious stuff isn't happening in our lives. We've got crazy/busy schedules, our bodies keep changing, our best buds are acting weird, our parents are bugging—and we're stressing from all the pressure to be and do a lot of different things (some of which are impossible, like getting the mean girl to hike it to another school or dating a Jonas Brother!)

I hope this book will help young girls everywhere transition into their teenage years with a positive attitude, tons of girl power, and the inspiration to be and appreciate yourself for simply BEING YOU! (Remember: it's cool to be different.) I like to think of 113 Things To Do By 13 as the go-to guide to being a hip n' happening n' totally competent tweenager! More than 100 peeps contributed their expertise and packed the following pages with tips on everything from the coolest fashion musts to Ply crafts to smart-girl advice on gossip, cyber-bullying, crushes, body issues, and making big dreams happen at a young age. Even a few of our fave celebs, like Selena Gomez and the Camp Rock gals, shared their teen survival tips.

So, jump to your favorite section or read it cover-to-cover! May you enjoy reading 113 Things To Do By 13, as much as I liked writing it and discovering for myself why 13 is such an awesome age. Hey, there's plenty of time (at least a few years) to stress about getting our license, college, and not to mention that…work thing. So, let's kick off our teen years in a super fab way—and celebrate all the great things we can do and learn right now.

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Meet the Author

Brittany MacLeod is an eighth-grader in New York City. Her mom, Terri, is a celebrity journalist and producer at the top-rated entertainment show Access Hollywood.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought this book for my daughters. They loved it so much I read it myself! It's cute, fun and very informative. The scrapbook style makes it fun to read. There are tips from the stars, recipes and fun things to do. I wish I had a book like this when I was younger. It gives great tips on self-esteem, self-image and being true to yourself.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
113 THINGS TO DO BY 13 is not only full of the things you should do, but also tidbits from stars, tips, and even advice on a range of subjects. In this book, you'll figure out how to decide if your crush is really into you, crack up at the OMG moments sent in by other readers, and learn about tough but important subjects like cyberbullying. The info doesn't stop there, either. There's tons of fun packed into this little book. This is pretty much the how-to guide for being a tween. It's sure to inspire many tweens, and I can only say that I wish I'd had it a few years ago. However, if you're 14 or 15, or even 16, you can still enjoy the book - you just may have already completed some of the things listed or already understand some of the subjects. Overall, this book would make a great gift for the tween in your life!
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