As she enters her teen years, your girl will build stronger and more meaningful relationships with her closest friends — although some friendships may fade over time as your daughter discovers a stronger sense of who she is and what principles matter most to her. Either way, the bonds she develops now can help shape and mold her into the young woman she is so quickly becoming. Help her celebrate these beautiful, albeit sometimes painful relationships and perhaps gain better insight into the type of friends she wants to have with some wonderful books. Lena, Tibby, Bridget, and Carmen have quite literally been friends since they were born their moms met in a prenatal exercise class.
The book asks what is social media culture? And, what it is doing to young girls? Wendy writes about the border wars between cyberspace and real life. Would I have had the wit to reply with something like this? Sometime around , Nancy Jo Sales reports in American girls: Social media and the secret lives of teenagers , this is the message that confronts year-old Sophia on her way home from school when she checks Instagram on her phone. She consults with her friends. Getting huffy or embarrassed invites mockery; sending a personal nude photo risks redistribution and possibly prosecution for child pornography.
11 Young-Adult Books for Stoking the Feminist Fire
With so many great titles slated for publication, YA lovers will be happily turning pages all year long. From the author that captivated readers with One of Us Is Lying comes a new YA thriller about a small town, sinister secrets, and a doomed homecoming. With enough plot twists to leave you reeling, this captivating mystery will keep you glued to the page. Both horrific and touching, this novel is about humanity, family, redemption, and hope.