The Teen Girl's Gotta-Have-It Guide to Boys: From Getting Them to Getting Over Them

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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Does he like me or does he "like" me? A beginner's guide to boys.

How can you tell if he "likes" you likes you? How do you flirt? Is it ever okay to date a friend's ex? Are you a good kisser? Ah, it's an old story... and one that's eternally new. Boys and relationships are endlessly fascinating to tween girls. Whether they're stumbling through awkward crushes or falling in love for the first time, young women are filled with new feelings and new questions. The Teen Girl's Gotta-Have-It Guide to Boys leads readers along the bumpy road to love, with straightforward answers, interactive quizzes and fill-ins, and savvy advice. From demystifying guy-speak to smooching to breaking up and moving on, author Jessica Blatt encourages girls to celebrate their own identities and to enjoy themselves and their friends, with or without a boy.

- High-interest topic, handy format

- Fun yet full of practical advice

- Impulse-purchase price means every girl can afford one&mdash: and every girl will want one!

 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Decoding GuySpeak
27
Getting Friendly
51
Giving Great Gifts
65
Saying BunBye
81
Extra Credit
90
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About the author (2007)

Jessica Blatt writes for CosmoGirl and CosmoGirl.com; she was previously the magazine’s features and entertainment editor. She has also written for Seventeen, Glamour UK, and Food & Wine. She lives in Philadelphia, PA.

Cynthia Frenette is an illustrator and designer. Her previous book was Get Hooked, also from Watson-Guptill. She lives in Vancouver.

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