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Chicken Soup for the Girl's Soul: Real Stories by Real Girls About Real Stuff [Anglais] [Broché]

Jack Canfield , Mark Victor Hansen , Patty Hansen

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28 août 2012 Chicken Soup for the Soul
From Barbies to your first bra, from holding your teddy bear to slowdancing with your first boyfriend, from knowing everyone in elementary school to trying to make new friends in middle school. . . . When dealing with these changes, it's no wonder preteen girls can freak out from time to time.

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Jack Canfield is a co-founder of Chicken Soup for the Soul.

 Mark Victor Hansen is a co-founder of Chicken Soup for the Soul.

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 ***I second the WARNING*** 20 novembre 2006
Par Lynn Ellen - Publié sur
I have never once reviewed a product on Amazon or anywhere else, but like the other ADULT reviewers, felt parents/teachers should be warned about this book. This book definitly should NOT say 8 and up. My 9 year old picked this up at her school's book fair and I didn't think twice about it. I just went up to tuck her in, she was reading it and was very upset and confused about all the stories she has read. Let's see, some of these stories include: the girl whose best friend was killed in a horrible accident, self mutilation, molestation by male babysitter, anorexia/bulemia issues, suicide, girls who are relentlessly bullied and boy chasing. These are topics that are very real and some are quite graphic, if it was a movie it would be rated R, why is it OK to market this book to 8 year olds? She is a mature 9, but is not at all ready to handle most of these issues. If I have to recommend this book, it would be for at least 13 and up, or at the very least read it yourself before handing it to a child thinking it's an 'uplifting' book for girls. I consider myself fairly liberal and easy-going, but will be discussing the sale of this book with the school librarian (k-4) before the next book fair. I really feel like a bit of my daughter's childhood was just swept away in 30 minutes, as corny as that sounds. I blame myself, I should've read it first or at least skimmed it instead of assuming it would be about girls rescuing puppies, lending a hand to a handicapped friend or the pressure of selling girl scout cookies!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Parental Warning 27 novembre 2006
Par Heidi B. - Publié sur
I also made the mistake of judging a book by its cover and buying this book for my fourth grade daughter at the Scholastic Bookfair.

Do you want your daughter to read about a girl whose parents divorced when she was ten and writes "my method for dealing with depression was a razor blade and a locked bedroom door". This story called "Sleep-Away Camp" deals with self-mutilation.

Your child can read about a four-year old girl and her sister getting felt "in places that aren't meant to be seen by other people." How about a suicide story? How about a mother with flesh-eating disease? Or the deaths of best friends, fathers, or the death of a mother by mixed meds? It is all in this book. Of course, the authors also include anorexia and a mixed bag of other dysfunctional behaviors. Not quite so heart-warming as it is disturbing. I definitely feel I was misled by the title and cover presentation. This book needs a "young adult" rating.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Talks about the "real" stuff.... 27 novembre 2006
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur
I noticed that some parents didn't like all the stuff it talked about like bullying; bulliamain; body changing; bra; dating; ect... But as an 11 year old girl, I found this book most interesting. It talks about the stuff that growing girls really want to know about. It talks about the major things that girls need to know about when they get older.

Not all the stories were bad, in fact, I liked a lot of them! I liked the dating ones because they made me laugh at some of the things that happened to girls and their crushes! I also liked the friendship ones and the Free To Be Me's. They were good!

Some parents should be careful and cautionious about what their young girls (8, 9, and maybe 10) read about. It might scare them and leave them wondering about "stuff.' To me the right age group should be 11- 16.

It's good - a few stories!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Not for elementary students 17 mars 2009
Par California Mom - Publié sur
Like other mothers here, I unsuspectingly ordered this from my 8-yr-old's Scholastic catalog (which contains, among other things, "Corduroy" and "Junie B. Jones," to give an idea of the other offerings). I never thought anything so age-inappropriate would be offered there. I am certain this book is excellent reading for *middle-school* students, who are more emotionally mature and more world-wise and more ready to handle it. An 8-yr-old, however, is not yet ready for the horrors of these real-life stories. I'd suggest its target age range is maybe 12-15.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Chicken Soup for the Girls Soul 25 juillet 2006
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur
In this book girls write about embarasing moements, deaths and times when the girls or their friends had mental problems. Some of the stories scared me a few mad me giggle and the others mad me fell bad. I learned that you arre not the only one who makes mistakes or is going through hard times. The age range for this book should be 9-16
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