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Help is on the way with Camy Baker's advice books! Camy's fresh, down to earth guidance speaks directly to girls about issues that concern them the most, and she does it without being patronizing.
Girls everywhere will relate to Camy's witty, fun approach to life and all of the challenges of becoming your own person.
In Camy Baker's second book, Love You Like a Sister, Camy is back with more cool rules, this time about being a better friend. She shares her experiences in how to make, treat, and keep friends. Camy tackles worries of all sorts, including how to maintain good friendships even when you are competing for boys! Strong, supportive friendships between girls are as important as ever, and Camy knows just how to nourish them.
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Hip new advice books from Camy Baker, the "Dear Abby" for young readers!From School Library Journal:
Grade 4-6?A quick read for girls that offers tips on self-esteem in a fairly believable format. Camy, a sixth grader at Peoria Middle School, has recently moved from Beverly Hills, California to Illinois. As a veteran of "one of the toughest schools in the country in terms of making friends," she wants to share her knowledge with other kids her age. She starts off by introducing several of her closest pals and then outlines 30 rules for making friends, as well as for being a good friend. She covers common-sense ideas such as "try to have a varied group of friends" or "...don't fight over boys" while maintaining the young-girl/best-friend voice. In outlining the best ways to meet friends, Camy states, "Try to be direct and honest and real. If you're a straight-A student, tell the girls you're really into school and what your favorite subject is." At times, the narrator seems older than a sixth grader and can be a little preachy, but that never overwhelms the text. This is an especially good selection for the American Girl (Pleasant Company) magazine crowd.?Julie Shatterly, York County Public Library, Rock Hill, SC
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