A real girl's guide to surviving girl wars, gossip, cliques and boys.
It's tough out there in Girl World. One minute you're in the gang, the next you're out... your best friend has stopped talking to you for no apparent reason... you find out that someone has been spreading nasty rumours about you... a girl is making your life a misery by picking on you... and everyone seems to be so much cooler and confident than you. What's a girl to do
Girl World lets you into the secret and complicated world of girls and their friendships. It shows you how you can survive the scary girl, the snob, the gossip, the joker and the backstabber. Packed with straightforward and sensible advice Girl World will help girls deal with everyday situations and gain real confidence. It makes sense of the sometimes bewildering and unpredictable behaviour of girls and gives the reader the courage to stand up for themselves and hold their head high.
As a former secondary school teacher, the author, Theresa Cheung, has seen for herself just how powerful girls' friendships and cliques are - shaping what they wear and say, how they feel about school, how they respond to boys and how they feel about themselves.
This is an absolute must for girls everywhere!
Full of sensible and easy-to-follow advice... this is the only book you'll ever need to survive in school... the perfect book if you're being bullied or if you want to help someone stop bullying. - Newcastle upon Tyne Evening Chronicle
Born into a family of spiritualists, Theresa Cheung has been involved in the research of psychic phenomena for over twenty-five years. She has a master's degree in Theology and English from King's College, Cambridge and has written a variety of books about the paranormal, including Sunday Times bestsellers An Angel Called My Name and An Angel Healed Me. Her books have been translated into 25 different languages. Theresa has been featured in many publications, including the Daily Mail, Daily Express, Daily Mirror, Sunday Times Style magazine and Soul and Spirit magazine. She lives with her husband and children. Visit www.theresacheung.com for further information.