About the book
About the author
|obtained from BHG|
Kate Elizabeth Conner is a 27-year-old writer, speaker, and first generation southerner who spends her days learning braille, counseling teenagers via text message, and adjusting to life in middle Georgia.
I don't have teenage girls in my house, but I have teenage nieces and I'm around a lot of teenage girls. I really wanted to read this book about 10 things we should be telling teenage girls because I wanted to see what the author wanted teenage girls to know. And I am glad to say that I was impressed instead of disappointed.
I love the way the author set up the book. Conner does an excellent job on writing about current trends such as tanning beds, media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter, and being "natural".
The author, Kate Conner, gives 10 things every teenage girl should know. The picture on the right is one that really hit home. I feel to often that girls (and women) feel that we aren't good enough. We feel that if we had this item or that talent, then we would be beautiful. However, this train of thought needs to stop! What you are right now is beautiful! This is what I am currently working on. I have a huge weakness in feeling that I will be beautiful if I keep improving myself. Right now I am telling myself that the woman I am today is beautiful. I want to make sure that I don't pass bad habits onto my children or girls I know.
Anyways, I definitely recommend reading this book and I hope you enjoy it like I did!
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