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The Secret Language of Birthdays: Teen Edition

3.84  ·  Rating Details  ·  45 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
A teen version of the wildly popular adult book The Secret Language of Birthdays, this book provides astrological insight into the character of people born on each of the 365 days in the calendar year. It is the perfect gift item for birthday parties and sleepovers. This smart book is jam-packed with completely new content, including illustrations and unbelievably fun extr ...more
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published July 22nd 2010 by Razorbill (first published July 23rd 2009)
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Heidi
Feb 08, 2011 Heidi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-2010, nonfiction
This hefty book (400+ pages) is based on the popular adult book of the same title. Although not specified in the title or on the cover, the book is aimed at girls as evidenced by the "advice" given in the sections about each astrological sign. This is a fun book which teen girls will enjoy, even if they are not believers in astrology.
Cami
Jan 23, 2014 Cami rated it liked it
Shelves: on-my-bookshelf
Fun to look at with friends
Ms. Jackson
Apr 30, 2012 Ms. Jackson rated it did not like it
This book is a large horoscope book, broken down by dates. I would not read it cover to cover, but maybe save it for a sleepover party to laugh about how WRONG some of the items are, comparing friends to their birthdates. I can't believe people would take this seriously, but I guess when I was a middle schooler, I was pretty religious about reading my horoscope.
Jen
Nov 18, 2010 Jen rated it really liked it
Shelves: ya-nonfiction
"Your mind is like a motor that's always running, and your mouth is connected to the same switch." Yep, that about sums me up.

I have not met a teen (girl or boy) who hasn't loved this.
Tsejin
Nov 17, 2011 Tsejin rated it really liked it
I liked it but my birthday info (What I am, what I like) is not very similar to the real info about me. I do not balance things.
Heather
Sep 25, 2010 Heather rated it it was amazing
awesome to look at if u were having a big sleepover which ur bffs
Matty
Jun 26, 2012 Matty rated it it was amazing
Shelves: astrology, buy-it
So interesting & really accurate. Displayed in fun way to read.
Taylor
Dec 27, 2011 Taylor rated it it was amazing
It was a great book it says very true stuff about me.
Gingerlei
Nov 29, 2010 Gingerlei marked it as to-read
Just something fun to read....
Pete
May 11, 2012 Pete added it
Horoscope-y, girly, big booktalk hit.
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Alicia Thompson graduated from the New College of Florida in 2006 with a degree in psychology, and wrote her debut novel in between pulling all-nighters on her senior thesis. Her short stories, “Abby Greene for President” and “Stealing Mark Twain,” have appeared in Girls’ Life magazine. She is currently working on an MFA in fiction writing at the University of South Florida, where she still pulls ...more
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