Girls Against Girls

Why We Are Mean to Each Other and How We Can Change

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

By Bonnie Burton Read by Christina Morales Hemenway Biographies & Memoirs / Personal Growth / Social Issues / Young Adult Nonfiction English, Unabridged 1h 51m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Description
							Girls Against Girls is a complete guide including information on how females can band together and quit breaking each other down. Containing popular movie quotes, advice from female artists and athletes, and a resource section of girl-power organizations.
Reviews

"Burton never talks down to her readers, nor does she pull her punches. Readers will respond to the author's clear respect for the painful nature of the problem...A great addition for teen collections." - Booklist

"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." - Kirkus Reviews

"Burton pulls together a collage of observation and insights that creates a network of compassionate guidance for girls caught in the throes of teen meanness." - VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates)

"Teens will appreciate the directness of Burton's examination of girls that bully and the girls that are their victims. This book includes quotes from popular culture and music as well as art icons and teaches readers how to overcome bullying in order to come out stronger on the other side. With an attractive package, Burton's volume is full of good practical advice about teen relationships that will keep girls (and even boys) interested." - School Library Journal

“The author neatly outlines the issues and provides common-sense approaches to breaking the cycle of meanness, envy, and passive-aggressive behaviors, and she addresses both the victims and the mean girls themselves. The balance of narrative, white space, and illustration makes this self-help tool easy to comprehend. The well-researched text is punctuated with quotes from female artists and athletes and also includes a good resource guide to finding empowering organizations... Solid advice presented in an easy-to-read format.” - Elaine Baran Black, Georgia Public Library Service, Atlanta