May 19, 2012

Review: Boy's Guide to Girls: 30 Pointers You Won't Get From Your Parents or Friends by Gary J. Campbell, Frank C. Hawkins

Coming of age is an important milestone in every boy’s life. The Boy's Guide to Girls talks to young men ages 10 and up in their own language, guiding them through the maze of emotions, peer pressure, and misconceptions that surround girls and dating. It's filled with solid advice and information that enables young men to make good decisions and handle themselves around girls now and in the future. The lively upbeat text is interspersed with quick personalized quizzes to build understanding and self-confidence. There are individual chapters about these important topics and more:
Getting to Know a Girl
What’s She Thinking?
What Girls Want
How to Say, “I Like You!"
What If She Says No?
Unattainable Girls
Are You Ready?
Girl Crazy. Who, Me?
Tell Me the Rules
Dances and Parties
Talking To Your Parents
Going Steady
What to Do When You Go Out
Getting Close
Dealing with Problems
How to Break Up
Getting Dumped
How’s It Going?

A short book but well written. The naming style was rather comical as well as the randomness of adopting a squirrel. Ferdinand's way of speaking was exasperating, but the ending was amusing.

Publisher-Boy's Guide Books         
Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by~Tayler Scott (Student at Franklin High School)
~Thank you to the publisher for the donation of this book to the Read for your Future book program!~


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