Book Review: “Ask Elizabeth”
By Elizabeth Berkley, Putnam Juvenile, 2011
Reviewed by Lauren Kearney, 16
Elizabeth Berkley has ingeniously produced a book that will help and give answers to the questions all girls are secretly dying to ask. But she doesn't just do this single-handedly." No--girls all across the U.S.A share their theories, stories, and experiences on bullying, relationships, depression, self-confidence, and much more." I could barely put the book down, I was so engrossed. Whatever concern you've come across, living as a teenage girl, it will certainly be helped with the support of this book.
I really can't praise this book enough and I won't keep repeating how much I enjoyed reading it. It's hard enough being a teenage girl, but it's even harder when you have no one to talk to or relate to. That's why reading Ask Elizabeth is the best thing to do if you're feeling alone and have no one to talk to. Not only have I felt a great sense of relief through relating to these girls, but I've really comprehended how to find that inner strength in myself to release a more positive version of myself. " " Wow!
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