A Smart Girl's Guide to Friendship Troubles

A Smart Girl's Guide to Friendship Troubles

Dealing With Fights, Being Left Out & the Whole Popularity Thing

Book - 2003
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A practical guide to maintaining good friendships and identifying toxic ones that explains how to handle and recover from fights, stop oneself from partaking in bad behaviors such as backstabbing and bullying, and find the right kinds of friends.
Publisher: Middleton, WI : Pleasant Co. Publications, c2003
ISBN: 9781584857112
Branch Call Number: HQ798 .C757 2003x
Characteristics: 87 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Martini, Angela - Illustrator


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Jan 29, 2010

This story is about kids that have difficulties with their friends and try to get them back. The story that I'm reading doesn't have 1 character, it has
millions of them. But most of all, my favorite character is JENNA. The setting is in a house, in a car, and in a school. My story also has lots and lots of photos and
d it also has tests in it. I chose this book because it is helping me to realize about my
friendship and the problems that I have with my friends. This is a book that teaches kids
about friendship troubles and how to get your friends back. I enjoyed the part I read with
JENNA and this new girl coming to the school that JENNA went to. But I know that this
story doesn't have tragedy or anything. The author of this book I'm reading is PATTI
KELLE and the illustrator is ANGELA MARTINI. This book makes me feel better now!


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