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Is your daughter asking questions about friends, peer pressure, school, and even her weight?
As a mom, are you wondering how to answer them?
Welcome to the club.

But you can relax. Because we’ve asked real sixth-grade girls to dish on their top secret questions. And, we’ve provided time-tested real-life answers that work.
Add to that an enjoyable format. The Just for Girls s
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Paperback, 202 pages
Published April 21st 2015 by Peachwood Press
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Lisa Swinton
Apr 15, 2015 rated it really liked it
My daughter is going into 6th grade next year and we've read the book together. It is such an uplifting book for a young girl. The topics are timely and age appropriate. We've discussed everything from her looks, to annoying boys, to mean girls, to body changes, and everything in between. The fill in the blank self affirmations are the highlights in my opinion. I'm very grateful to the mothers who took time to put this together for the rest of us and our growing daughters. I'd say any middle sch ...more
Kristin
May 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This is a fantastic book. It's a handbook that is equally valuable to both mom and daughter. There are helpful tips for starting conversations with your 6th grade daughter. Studies were cited that added excellent additional insight. I liked the Just for Moms section and I loved the perspective that came from the Kidspeak sections. For me, reading this book was like listening to suggestions from a very friendly, wise and experienced older sister who has successfully made it through her daughter's ...more
Nina
Jun 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The subtitle says it all: connecting mothers and daughters. This well-written book can help ease the concerns of both, in ways both can relate to. It gives lots of good examples of things girls are facing. It asks--and answers--questions girls are likely to find themselves wondering about and wishing they had the courage to ask their moms! In other places, it asks questions many girls may not think of, phrased in non-judgmental ways that can help girls to reassess what they're struggling with an ...more
Peggy
May 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I wish I would have had this when my teenaged girls were younger. So much good information and filled with ways to face the issues that this time of life brings. It inspired me to text my best friend from those years and thank her for being a great friend. Highly recommend this book.
Christie
Jun 22, 2015 rated it really liked it
This was a great read with my daughter. It's great for girls to hear advice from other women who aren't "mom". After all, everyone knows more than your own mother! ;)
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Rachelle J. Christensen is a mother of five who writes mystery/suspense and solves the mystery of the missing shoe on a daily basis. She graduated cum laude from Utah State University with a degree in psychology and a music minor. She enjoys singing and songwriting, playing the piano, running, motivational speaking, and of course reading.

Rachelle is the award-winning author of twenty books, inclu
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