The 5 Best Books for Your Teen: Self Help For Teenage Girls of 2020

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Let's face it, in today's world teenagers need all the help they can get. These self-help books will aid your teenage daughter during the trying times of adolescence, and parents can get a few tips from them too!

Our Top Picks


Chocolate for a Teen's Soul

Chocolate For A Teen's Soul: Life-changing Stories For Young Women About Growing Wise And Growing Strong Paperback – August 8, 2000
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Life-Changing Stories for Young Women About Growing Wise and Growing Strong This collection offers 55 tales of life and love as a teenager. From teens of every age, including women who remember what it was like, come stories of first love, first jobs, best friends, heartbreak, hope, innocence, and the real world.


The Real Rules for Girls

The Real Rules for Girls
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It's a tough world out there, and this book's short, sassy chapters are the cheat sheets. With lessons such as "The football captains of today are the burger jockeys of tomorrow," "Everyone's family is as freaky as yours," and "You be the judge, Judy". This book is great for moms too!


Guys and a Whole Lot More: Advice for Teen Girls on Almost Everything!

Guys and a Whole Lot More: Advice for Teen Girls on Almost Everything!
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Written in popular question and answer form, Susie Shellenberger dives into the issues with which teenage girls are most preoccupied. From boys to braces, biological changes to body image, Susie has all the answers. This is written for Christian teens.


A Girl's Guide to Growing Up

A Girl's Guide to Growing Up: Making the Right Choices Paperback – March, 2000
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Greenberg covers such issues as school, risky behaviors, dating, sex, self-esteem, eating disorders, and cliques. She begins each chapter with a poem by a teenager, uses many examples taken from real-life situations, and offers advice from counselors, doctors, and consultants.


Get over It: How to Survive Breakups, Back-Stabbing Friends, and Bad Haircuts

Get Over It! How To Survive Break-ups, Back Stabbing Friends, And Bad (Teen Magazine) Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 2000
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There's a ton of very real, very healthy, very useful advice behind the way cool lingo. The theme throughout is: calmly confront the problem, express your feelings and needs, and move on to a solution, even if it means saying good-bye to a relationship or a plan.

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