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by Yvonne Collins

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Author: Yvonne Collins
ISBN: 1580624103
Language: English
Pages: 230 pages
Category: Parenting
Publisher: Adams Media (September 1, 2000)
Rating: 4.6
Formats: mobi txt mbr lrf
FB2 size: 1106 kb | EPUB size: 1758 kb | DJVU size: 1567 kb

Totally Me. The book was basically a teenage girl's survival guide, because it provides you with a variety of different sections on life as a teenage girl.

Totally Me. It has sections on boys, and how to deal with them, how to flirt, how to deal with your best friend when she's having problems, and how to deal with your own problems.

Your Relationship Is Our Business. Zahra, Kali, and Syd would never have met if their parents’ marriages hadn’t fallen apart. Libby McIssac is known for two things: catching bridal bouquets (her record's an even dozen) and having a way with words. Since the former isn't really something that looks good on a résumé, it's helpful to have parlayed the latter into a new career as a political speechwriter.

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I experimented with a vegetarian diet for a couple of weeks and he freaked out because he thought I was going anorexic

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Collins, Yvonne; Rideout, Sandy. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on April 8, 2010.

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This is the biography page for Yvonne Collins At the urging of Yvonne's niece, we wrote a book for teens called Totally Me: The Teenage Girl's Survival Guide.

This is the biography page for Yvonne Collins. Yvonne and Sandy met as teens while working in a public library in a Toronto suburb. Writing books together was the last thing on our minds at that point. In fact, our animated discussions in the book stacks about boys, clothes, beauty products, friends and family, soon led the evil head librarian to schedule us on separate shifts. At the urging of Yvonne's niece, we wrote a book for teens called Totally Me: The Teenage Girl's Survival Guide. When we ran out of good advice, we turned to writing fiction-first for adults, with Speechless, and then for teens, with Introducing Vivien Leigh Reid: Daughter of the Diva.

Offers support, encourgagement, and advice on managing relationships, including being a good friend, dealing with parents who worry too much, and deciding which boys are worth keeping and which should be thrown back.
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Rich Vulture
Yvonne Collins & Sandy Rideout

Totally Me

The book was basically a teenage girl's survival guide, because it provides you with a variety of different sections on life as a teenage girl. It has sections on boys, and how to deal with them, how to flirt, how to deal with your best friend when she's having problems, and how to deal with your own problems. Teenagers have a lot of stress and things to go through, and this book shows you that even though you may think something is the end of the world right now, it may not be. Sometimes you need to take a step back from your situation, and look at it from someone else's point of view. If that doesn't help, call up the girl's and throw a slumber party, to get your mind off of whatever you're worrying about.

I think that mostly teenage girls everywhere would enjoy this book, because there are so many things you can relate to. There are quizzes for you to take to see if the guy you like likes you, to see if you've been a great friend, to test your flirting IQ, and to see if you know when to ask your parents for something and have the highest result of them actually giving it to you. It has a lot of humor that makes you laugh out loud. I know that when I was reading it, there wasn't ever a time I wasn't hysterical.

I would definitely recommend this book to every single teenage girl. It's got so much helpful information, and it reminds you that life's curveballs are what makes life interesting. It keeps you thinking not to sweat the small stuff, and to actually get up the courage to talk to the guy of your dreams. It was really an all around great read.
Justie
My soon to be 13 year old daughter really enjoyed this book, particularly the quizzes and the sections on parents, friends, boys, etc... simply the whole book! The book has sparked many interesting and healthy discussions between us. It would have been great to have had a resource like this when I was her age.
In my opinion, any book that gets a teen talking to a parent is good news! I highly recommend it as a worthwhile addition to any home library.
Haal
I just finished reading this book and I think it has great advice for girls who have a lot of questions on their minds (like me). It was funny and the quizzes were great. It has good advice and it helped me figure lots of stuff out. Especially the section on boys! It's good when a book like this lets you know you're not alone. If you are having trouble getting along with your parents or guys, this book can really help. I'd definately tell my friends to read this!
Lightbinder
I baught this book thinking that it would be appopriate due to the fact that im just entering my teenage years. BIG mistake! No offense to the authors, but I thought that this was very poorly written, and I did not relate to anything that they mentioned about teens. This book, in my opinion was not good.
riki
After reading it, I didn't feel that I really related to it..it focused to much on the typical girl teen-and most girls arn't typical by someone else's standards. These kinds of books are supposed to encourage being yourself- but the vibe i got from this book was rather the opposite.