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by Karen Salmansohn

Author: Karen Salmansohn
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Tricycle Press (April 1, 2007)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.3
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Girl Wonders' relates a twelve-year-old girl's struggles to deal with the embarrassment of a lounge-singing mother, the world of boys and an all-too-honest 'VBF'-Very Best Friend.

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Karen Salmansohn is a best selling self-help book author and award-winning designer with about 2 million books sold nationally and internationally. She is the founder of notsalmon

Karen Salmansohn has a long, zig-zagging story which led her to becoming a bestselling author and award winning designer of self empowerment books. Betrayal is incredibly painful

Karen Salmansohn has a long, zig-zagging story which led her to becoming a bestselling author and award winning designer of self empowerment books. Betrayal is incredibly painful.

At 12 1/2, Alexandra has more questions than she has answers: "Free to be me...or does being me have a price? And if so, how much should I charge?" and "Will my dad and I ever be able to communicate? Am I talking in a voice only elves can hear?" Luckily, with some help from her cabaret-lounge-singer mother (really, she sings on top of pianos) and an all-too-honest Very Best Friend, this plucky heroine is perfectly poised for teendom. An entertaining, right-on-target read for every preteen girl interested in friends, family, crushes, and cliques. Narrative voice is inspiring and informative about such topics as Double-Mom Theory and the mating habits of Tungara frogs.