Girls Know Best 3: Your Words, Your World

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Marianne Monson-Burton
Gareth Stevens Pub., 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 153 pages
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Girls Know Best is a unique series of books for both boys and girls to which budding young authors, ages 6 to 16, have contributed their stories and ideas, dreams and dilemmas, opinions and advice on just about everything they deal with in life. Young readers will both enjoy and benefit from the peer's-eye views of the world these books provide. Content has been compiled primarily from submissions to Boy and Girl Writer Contests sponsored by Beyond Words Publishing, Inc., Hillsboro, Oregon.

By popular demand, the awesome advice and activities written by girls for girls fills yet a third volume. Twenty new topics by 24 girl authors, ages 10 to 17, offer unique perspectives on sports, music, drama, and careers. "Coloring Outside the Lines" encourages girls to be themselves, even if it means being different. "It's a 'Multi' World" literally celebrates multicultural friendship. "So, What Is Feminism Anyway?" redefines the term "feminism" in a strikingly positive way. Olympic gold-medal skier Picabo Street opens this volume with strong words of encouragement inspired by the challenges and excitement of her own experiences.

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