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eBook Girl Talk: Staying Strong, Feeling Good, Sticking Together ePub

by Debbie Palen,Judith Harlan

  • ISBN: 0802775241
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Debbie Palen,Judith Harlan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Walker Childrens (November 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1293 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1209 kb
  • Other: docx lrf mbr azw
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 397

Description

Judith Harlan is the author of nine books, including Girl Talk for Walker & Company. She is a journalist and writer from Oxnard, California.

Covering the topics of friends. Judith Harlan is the author of nine books, including Girl Talk for Walker & Company. Debbie Palen illustrated Walker & Company's The Period Book and Keep the Buttered Side Up. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

Judith Harlan is the author of nine books, including Girl Talk for Walker & Company.

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And in between all the girl talk, dozens of Debbie Palen's hilarious illustrations will have you in hysterics.

Start by marking Girl Talk: Staying Strong, Feeling Good, Sticking Together as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. And in between all the girl talk, dozens of Debbie Palen's hilarious illustrations will have you in hysterics.

A few years ago maybe even a few months ago you did whatever you enjoyed without even thinking about the fact that you were a GIRL. But now you might be getting the message that there are things girls can and cannot do. Don't allow yourself to get pushed to the sidelines.

Staying Strong, Feeling Good, Sticking Together. Perhaps the most bemusing is the chapter on adults, wherein Harlan does an extended riff on the metaphor of adults as books-some are boring encyclopedias, some are how-to manuals, some are comedies, and some are poetry. by Judith Harlan & Debbie Palen. There are also some great one-liners, among them, & a boy to dance'' and & in a mirror.

Find nearly any book by Judith Harlan. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Girl Talk: Staying Strong, Feeling Good, Sticking Together: ISBN 9780802786401 (978-0-8027-8640-1) Hardcover, Walker Childrens, 1997. Girl Thoughts: A Girl's Own Incredible, Powerful and Absolutely Private Journal.

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feeling good, sticking together, Judith Harlan ; illustrations by Debbie Palen. Harlan, Judith author. Publication Information. New York : Walker, 1997. Palen, Debbie illustrator.

Girl talk : staying strong, feeling good, sticking together, Judith Harlan ; illustrations by Debbie Palen. Girls Juvenile literature. Preteens Juvenile literature.

A few years ago―maybe even a few months ago―you did whatever you enjoyed without even thinking about the fact that you were a GIRL. But now you might be getting the message that there are things girls can and cannot do. Don't allow yourself to get pushed to the sidelines. Life is not a spectator sport!Girls around the country have shared their ideas with Judith Harlan about how to deal with people who make you feel like you can't or shouldn't follow your dream (or run for class president or take physics or play roller hockey). Covering the topics of friends, boys, fun, sports, fashion, school, and more, Girl Talk will inspire you to make your world a better, more fun, and more fair place. Here―finally―you get smart comebacks to annoying comments: "You think like a girl!" ("Thank you. Study hard and you can do it, too.") And in between all the girl talk, dozens of Debbie Palen's hilarious illustrations will have you in hysterics.

Comments

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I received this book as a gift 20 years ago from my aunt. I was 7 or 8 at the time. It is one of my favorite childhood books, that I've returned to many times over the years. As a young girl and feminist, I loved the book's message and illustrations, and when I entered my teen years I would read it to remember how empowered it made feel when I was younger.

This book is fantastic and I plan on sharing it with my niece when she is old enough. Hopefully, I can find a version in Spanish.
Arlelond Arlelond
The fun section showed great suggestions on things to do for fun. I would have never thought to stick my toes to the sky. I enjoyed the part about starting your own band. It made my friends and I start our own band. I enjoyed learning about different women and what they achived. My favorite saying and comeback was You throw like a girl. Just like Jackie Mitchell. Thanks! I have used it on some of the boys at my school and they were speechless. The comeback was simple but it blew their socks off. Girl Talk is a great book about the power of girls!!!!!!!
Cobandis Cobandis
If you are having a hard time with your friends this is a great book and if you are not it is still a great book.
Akinonris Akinonris
THIS BOOK HAD SOME THINGS IN IT THAT WERE OK BUT IT ISN'T REALISTIC AT ALL. SHE IS ALL ABOUT PROVING YOU ARE BETTER THAN A BOY. SHE ACTS LIKE IT IS ILLEGAL TO HAVE A CRUSH ON A BOY UNTILL YOU'RE AN OLD MAID.THIS BOOK IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD GO IN MY BURN PILE. IF YOU ARE AROUND THE AGE OF 7-9 YOU MIGHT AND THATS A REAL BIG MIGHT LIKE THIS BOOK.
Charyoll Charyoll
I got this book for the first time in a Target when I was about 8 or 9. I have thought so much about it in the intervening years that I had to buy another copy to replace the original. I love it maybe more now than I did then!