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A Girl's Guide to Life The Truth on Growing Up, Being Real, and Making Your Teen Years Fabulous!
By Katie Meier
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 1/30 chickefitz wrote: I am the mother of a nearly 14 year old. Need I say more? A Girl's Guide to Life by Katie Meier and published by Thomas Nelson sports the following subtitle:The Truth on Growing Up, Being Real, and Making Your Teen Years Fabulous!Who can resist such a promise! I bought this for ... Book Review - A Girl's Guide to Life
On 5/13 Amy wrote: I received “A Girl’s Guide to Life” by Katie Meier from BookSneeze and Thomas Nelson Publishing. I am a few years out of my teenage years, and I remember them well. I was impressed by the book’s synopsis and wanted to read it for myself. The book contains lots of useful information about the ... Lots of information, still unimpressed.
On 1/10 Jennifer Roberts wrote: o get the real scoop, no answers with-held dish on growing up in a Chicks world, check this book out. While I will admit, that I am certainly not a teenager anymore. I had a bit of trouble stumbling through it, because well I've lived the tales it tells! he book focuses on the real issues...sex, friends, ... A Girl's Guide to Life - Booksneeze review
On 1/6 Abbie Miller wrote: While there was nothing glaringly wrong with the book, it just seemed lacking somehow. It failed to engage me, or make me laugh. I’m 19, and I clearly remember some of the struggles I went through in my younger teen years, and this read like countless other books I pored over when I was 13, 14, 15… they all sound the same... Choose A Better Guide to Life
On 1/5 Stacie Rose wrote: "A Girl's Guide to Life," by Katie Meier, is just what it sounds like--a two hundred plus page guide for tween/teen girls on a variety of subjects. She touches on issues such as self-esteem, romance, beauty, fashion, family, religion, peer pressure, and much more.Meier writes in a plain, down-to-earth, ... BOOK REVIEW: "A GIRL'S GUIDE TO LIFE" BY KATIE MEIER
On 1/1 Suzie Waltner wrote: I admit it, I hated being a teenage girl. It is not usually a time of my life I enjoy looking back on. I was a shy, overweight, unpopular Jr and Sr High student and I couldn't wait to get out of the small town I lived in and away from all of my classmates who made my life pretty miserable. And, I'm going ... Teenage Girls' Tough Questions and Issues Addressed
On 12/16 Marni Raney wrote: A Girl's Guide to Life: The Truth on Growing Up, Being Real, and Making Your Teen Years Fabulous! by Katie MeierMy fifteen year old daughter has devoured this book, in fact she has read it several times. My soon to be 13 year old daughter has read parts of it as well. Both give it 5 stars.The practical ... Book Review
On 10/1 Sandra Rowe wrote: I am not a teenager anymore, but knowing my daughter will be one some day I was interested in reviewing this book for BookSneeze book review bloggers. I was impressed with how this Christian author covered difficult topics that teens have to deal with in an appropriate way. Every Christian author encounters ... Book Review: a Girl's Guide to Life
On 9/27 Melissa Chichester wrote: A Girl's Guide to Life by Katie Meier is a great handbook for young women. Now, as an adult reading this, one really has to put themselves into the mind of being a teenage girl. It will be easy for an adult to read this and say, "that's bad advice", or "I don't think a young girl should be thinking this ... Helpful Guide for Surviving Teen Years
On 9/12 Ashley Miller wrote: I was excited to recieve this book because I did not have such resources available to me in my teen years and honestly I was a little curious! Overall, I think that the material presented by Katie Meier in this book is relevant to girls ages 12-15 and beyond (depending on the maturity of the young lady). ... A Girls Guide to Life by Katie Meier