BOOK REVIEW: Girl World How to Ditch the Drama and Find Your Inner Amazing by Patricia Ottaviano
Mean stares. Hurtful whispers. The cold shoulder. Being a girl is harder than it looks. In a world where gossip, drama, and rumors seem to be never ending, it's not easy to navigate the halls of middle school or high school without earning a few battle scars.
But what if you could change all that? With practical advice for how to fearlessly stand your ground, hold your own, and dictate your own happiness, Girl World will help you move beyond the bad attitudes and transform your insecurities into strengths. From friendship conflicts to the ugly side to social media, learn how to ditch the drama and kick your inner critic to the curb so you can truly start appreciating yourself.
Every day is a new day. Embrace it!
REVIEW BY: Angel, age 12 years, 11 months
MAY CONTAIN SPOILER:
This novel is the next new way to pick your true friends out of the ones stabbing you in the back and a way to survive ultimate girl drama.
The advice in this book goes over all of the aspects of how to handle "fake" friends all the way to owning up to how you affect others.
I am homeschooled so I didn't really relate to any middle school - high school girl drama, but if I was then this would be a go to book of how to handle things.
I recommend this book to troubled teenage girls looking to survive middle school and high school.
I give this book 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 11 and up.