BOOK REVIEW: ‘GIRL! THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BEING YOU’ BY ANNA BARNES

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Originally published on The Teenage Girl’s Survival Guide

“Always be a first rate version of yourself rather than a second rate version of someone else”~ Judy Garland

Fancy a chat with a cool older sister about the perils of teenage-hood? Then sit down with young author and blogger Anna Barnes book ‘Girl! The Ultimate Guide to Being You’.

Motivating and inspiring, this guide is filled with helpful advice, tips to succeed, and information about topics relevant to all us modern girls. Barnes doesn’t pretend to have all the answers, but offers her wisdom as an older woman who’s navigated through the teenage years.

‘The Ultimate Guide’ is broken into four key parts; Your Life, Your World, Your Planet and Your Future. She talks to her readers in a relaxed, friendly voice, detailing interesting stories, important factual knowledge, and realistic advice.

In ‘Your Life’, Barnes suggests making your own documentary and…

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