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The Girl Guide: finding your place in a mixed-up world by Christine Fonseca. 228 p. Prufrock Press, April 15, 2013. 9781618210272.
Publisher synopsis: Finding your unique voice in a noisy world can be hard. Very hard. But not if you have a great guide! "The Girl Guide: Finding Your Place in a Mixed-Up World" is a must read for girls in grades 6-8 as they enter the tumultuous world of adolescence. Packed with fun worksheets and quizzes, as well as stories from older girls and women, "The Girl Guide" covers everything a teenage girl needs to know on the journey toward her own identity. Proven strategies for dealing with stress management, confronting relational aggression, being safe online, navigating the changing mother-daughter relationship, and more make this the ultimate guide for any girl to get through the teen years and discover her unique point of view in the world.
My Life in Pink and Green by Lisa Greenwald. Unabridged audiobook on 5 compact discs. Read by Cassandra Morris. Brilliance Audio, November, 2011. 9781455857425.
Publisher synopsis: Twelve-year-old Lucy Desberg believes in taking fate into her own hands. When the local homecoming queen shows up at her family’s drugstore with a beauty disaster that Lucy helps to fix, word gets out, and suddenly Lucy has a line of makeover customers for every school dance and bat mitzvah in Connecticut. But it’ll take more than makeovers to save the struggling pharmacy. Lucy searches long and hard for a solution that will resuscitate the family business and help the environment, too. But will Lucy’s spacey mom and stubborn grandma stop fighting long enough to listen to a seventh-grader?
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