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Tangles, Growth Spurts, and Being You: Questions and Answers About Growing Up
Tangles, Growth Spurts, and Being You: Questions and Answers About Growing Up
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Tangles, Growth Spurts, and Being You: Questions and Answers About Growing Up

Why is my face breaking out? How do I fit in when I'm taller than everyone else? Four diverse peer mentors answer more than 30 common questions about growing up posed by tween girls, providing sound advice that's not only kid-friendly but also expert approved.

Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-9
Lexile Level660L
Text TypeInformational Text
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandSnap Books
Page Dimensions8" x 10"
Page Count32
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $28.65 School/Library Price

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School Library Connection - Claire Berg, Information and Technology Literacy Specialist, Farmington, MN

"For girls who have questions about relationships, body changes, and family issues, these books will be a place to start finding answers. Each title focuses on common areas of confusion and questions, and each features four diverse girls with whom the readers can identify. . . .These books will be in demand with readers who have questions, but will also be a fun read for girls who don’t yet know what they want to ask! Recommended." - School Library Connection

December 1, 2015

School Library Journal - Rita Meade, Brooklyn Public Library

"This series strives to act as a resource for advice about common issues and problems faced during those difficult preteen years. . . .The suggestions to coping with these tricky situations are solid, never veering on the saccharine or didactic." - School Library Journal

April 1, 2015

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