THE LITTLE BLUE BOOK: A Young Woman's Guide to Loving Who You Are

THE LITTLE BLUE BOOK: A Young Woman's Guide to Loving Who You Are

by Keri Cook


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The Little Blue Book is a refreshingly realistic guide created specifically for young women who are navigating their years of middle and high school. As readers work through each chapter, they will explore different topics while learning more about themselves and who they are as a young woman. Additionally, readers will be prompted to answer questions and participate in moments of self-reflection to create the parallel between the topics being discussed and their own experiences.

The author, Keri, dives into the complicated and often times, isolating experiences that young women are presented with each and every day, while sharing her personal experiences and stories that relate to each topic. Each chapter is colorfully decorated with total transparency, witty banter, and reliability to demonstrate to readers that they are not alone.

The desired purpose of The Little Blue Book is to normalize uncomfortable conversations for young women, encouraging young women to become comfortable with being themselves, and to create a strong, unwavering sense of confidence and self-love that will remain with readers throughout their lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578718538
Publisher: Keri Cook
Publication date: 08/01/2020
Pages: 114
Sales rank: 542,643
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Keri Cook is a captivating writer who has channeled her passion for the empowerment of young women into a refreshing and relatable piece of literature, The Little Blue Book. Months before her graduation from Missouri State University in 2018, she discovered a gleaming pull to mentor and empower young women from her hometown of Springfield, Missouri through a local organization, The Circle for Girls Foundation. In addition to her time spent mentoring, Keri dedicated her time substitute teaching at various schools and experiencing first hand the issues and topics that middle and high school aged students were desperately seeking to know more about. It was through her work at the foundation, as well as her time spent teaching, that Keri discovered how critical it is to encourage young women to become confident in themselves and their abilities. She quickly learned that this passion of hers was one that she wanted to propel even further. So, after graduation, she moved to Washington, D.C. where she was able to work for the Close Up Foundation, an organization who works to inform, inspire, and empower young people from across the country to become more actively engaged citizens. Through these experiences, she became inspired to share these lessons with young women everywhere.

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