Girl, thirteen

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Hylas Pub., Nov 25, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 239 pages
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Explores the lives of thirteen-year-old girls as they live in their native lands in twenty countries around the world, comparing their similarities, presenting their differences, and celebrating this new generation through the young womens own unique perspectives. Original.

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Review: Girl, 13: A Global Snapshot of Generation E

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This was such a cool book, I've never really read anything like it before. I think it's so neat because you can see how other girls who are my age live in different countries. You get to read their ... Read full review

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Contents 1 6 Introduction
Eastern Europe
KATIA Bulgaria

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