A positive, practical and innovative approach to friendship guides for girls - the first step to building brilliant friendships is to know who YOU are.
Finding a girl squad that's as unique and special as you are starts with finding YOURSELF.
Friendships are SO difficult to get right - and when rumours swirl or dramas unfold, your confidence vanishes and the worries start to take over. In this essential guide to navigating friendships you'll meet Poppy, who's juggling all sorts of dilemmas at school. But whether it's coping with feeling left out, handling bullies or embracing her true weird and wonderful self, friendship expert Dr Angharad Rudkin and author Ruth Fitzgerald are there to help with positive, practical advice. As you follow Poppy's trials and tribulations, you'll discover the secrets to finding your own ultimate girl squad - one which loves you for YOU.
Angharad Rudkin (Author)
Dr Angharad Rudkin is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked with children and families for over 20 years. Angharad lectures on child psychology at the University of Southampton but also loves talking about child psychology with anyone who's interested. This has meant Angharad has been on TV and radio lots, as well as appearing in articles for newspapers and online, covering topics from the benefits of keeping pets to exam stress. Angharad works with many young people who are having a difficult time, and has enjoyed writing and editing books to help young people and all the adults around them.
Ruth Fitzgerald (Author)
Ruth Fitzgerald grew up in South Wales but has lived most of her life in Suffolk. She wrote her first story at the age of six and immediately announced she wanted to be a writer. Her teacher told her that being a writer was a hobby and she needed to get a proper job. Ruth tried 23 proper jobs before deciding her teacher was wrong.
She lives near Ipswich with her family, a tiny dog and five chickens.