6 Nonfiction Books for Teenage Girls

Nonfiction Books for Teenage Girls In honour of Teen Read Week I wanted to share my top nonfiction books for teenage girls that have been reviewed on my blog. *This post contains affiliate links. If you buy something through these links I will make a few pennies The Little Black Book for Girlz The Little… Read More »

Everything Sucks: Losing My Mind and Finding Myself in a High School Quest for Cool by Hannah Friedman

Stars: ***** HCI Teens (2009) Teen Nonfiction (Memoir) 264 pages Summary: Hannah Friedman’s life sucks. So she sets out to change it. After a strange early and middle childhood she enters one of the country’s most prestigious boarding schools on scholarship and transforms herself into everything she is not: cool. By senior year, she has… Read More »

Straight Talk for Teenage Girls by Annette Fuson

Stars: **** Author House (2008) Teen Nonfiction 125 Pages Summary: Straight Talk for Teenage Girls is information to help teen girls make better choices about life situations so they will grow to adulthood successfully. Topics include: self-esteem, dealing with emotions, making decisions, friendships with girls/boys, getting out of bad situations, handling mistakes and reaching goals.… Read More »

The Little Black Book for Girlz: A Book on Healthy Sexuality by St. Stephen’s Community House

Stars: **** Annick Press (2006) Ages 14+ This is another book I read for Freedom to Read Week. Here is the information on why and how it was challenged: St. Stephen’s Community House. The Little Black Book for Girlz: A Book on Healthy Sexuality. 2006—The Institute for Canadian Values (ICV), a Christian organization, campaigned against… Read More »