The Girl Guide by Christine Fonseca
Finding Your Place in a Mixed-Up World

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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.

About Christine Fonseca

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Christine Fonseca has worked in the field of education for more than a decade. Relying on her expertise as a school psychologist, behavioral consultant, speaker, and parenting expert, she has been a resource for parents and children in understanding the social and emotional needs of gifted children.
Published May 14, 2013 by Prufrock Press. 175 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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The Young Folks

Regardless of how much in common these books have with The Girl Guide: Finding Your Place in a Mixed-Up World, Fonseca brings a new age, fresh, starkly down to earth, girl aid in her book that I wish I had when I was growing up.

Apr 02 2013 | Read Full Review of The Girl Guide: Finding Your ...

Gr 6–9—Sporting a sassy, appealing cover, The Girl Guide elbows its way into the already-crowded market of self-help and self-esteem-building books. Seventeen chapters are grouped into five distinct sections beginning with "The Journey Begins" and ending with "Putting It All into Practice." Boxes...

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