Girls' Life Guide To A Drama-Free Life

Girls' Life Guide To A Drama-Free Life

by Scholastic, Inc. Staff
     
 


How to deal with friends, family, boys, and more!

Why does it seem so hard to get along with everyone? It's practically impossible to avoid having some drama in your life, but this essential guide will help by giving you the best relationship advice on how to deal with friends, family, parents, teachers, coaches, boys, and more. Learn how to not sweat the small

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How to deal with friends, family, boys, and more!

Why does it seem so hard to get along with everyone? It's practically impossible to avoid having some drama in your life, but this essential guide will help by giving you the best relationship advice on how to deal with friends, family, parents, teachers, coaches, boys, and more. Learn how to not sweat the small (and big) stuff!

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Children's Literature - Denise Hartzler
Got a friend who is really mad at you? Are you not sure if the boy you have a crush on even knows who you are? Are your parents not letting you wear the clothes you want or not allowing you to set up a Facebook page? Then there is that really tough teacher and all his assignments. All this drama happening at once can cause a girl to really stress out. What is a girl to do? Turn to the Guide to a Drama-Free Life from the editors at Girls' Life. Topics include boys, family matters, navigating different types of friends and tough teachers. The book provides girls with positive solutions to everyday situations, such as getting involved with different social circles so as not to be trapped into cliques or changing the subject when friends start gossiping. Girls who are reluctant to ask for advice will find this book a valuable resource because they encourage girls to talk with their parents and if that does not work, to seek help from a counselor or from a place of worship. The book's overall message of girls being confident in themselves and what they have to offer can be found in each chapter—a great message to send to girls especially during a challenging time in their lives. The usage of words like "ya" instead of "you" can be a bit distracting for adults but for girls in the age range of 12 to 15, it sounds like advice from a friend. Reviewer: Denise Hartzler

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780545214933
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
09/01/2010
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,241,828
Product dimensions:
7.08(w) x 9.12(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
8 - 14 Years

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