Girls Against Girls by Bonnie Burton
Why We Are Mean to Each Other and How We Can Change

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Girls Against Girls is a must-read for today’s strong, smart, and capable generation of young women. Complete with:

Guidance on how females can band together and quit breaking each other down

Popular movie quotes

Advice from female artists and athletes

A resource section of girl-power organizations

 

About Bonnie Burton

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Bonnie Burton writes tips for teens on www.Grrl.com and has written articles for numerous magazines, including Bust, Geek Monthly, Star Wars Insider, and Wired. She is the author of Never Threaten to Eat Your Co-Workers: Best of Blogs and You Can Draw: Star Wars. She lives in San Francisco.
 
Published August 15, 2012 by Zest Books. 128 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Young Adult, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Burton, the voice behind grrl.com, explains in five chapters the psychology behind “mean girl” behavior, how to deal with it and what can be done to stop it.

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Girls Against Girls: Why We are Mean to Each Other and How We Can Change is sort of a self-help manual for any girl caught up in the cycle of envy, gossip, bitterness, and meanness that grabs hold of most pre-teens and teens as they navigate the waters of puberty.

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I also talked about the then new book called Mean Girls Grown Up and about bad parental behavior in general that was no help to young girls going through puberty and trying to figure things out for themselves.

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With her realistic portrayal of relational aggression and down-to-earth writing style, Burton gives girls the tools to learn to value themselves and others enough to promote healthy and happy friendships, in their teenage years and beyond.

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