How to Talk to Girls (Anglais) Relié – 25 novembre 2008
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'Love guru and relationship expert Greven was 8 when he began writing the book as an assignment for his third-grade class and sold the material for $3 at his school book fair. Now, at the wise old age of nine, his 46-page guide has been sold to Harper Collins and has secured a six figure deal with Fox.' --Variety, 9th December 2008
'An eight-year-old boy's advice on how to talk to girls has become an unlikely contender for the US book best-seller lists.' --The Daily Telegraph, 3rd December 2008
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Are you smart enough to take over a girl's heart?
Leave it to a nine-year-old to get down to the basics about how to win victory with a girl. How to talk to girls is for boys of all ages—from eight to eighty—and the girls they like. So read this book and then you're ready. Good luck!
Comb your hair and don't wear sweats
Control your hyperness (cut down on the sugar if you have to)
Don't act desperate
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Some of my favorite things from the book:
About 73 percent of regular girls ditch boys; 98 percent of pretty girls ditch boys. (Don't we know it!)
Don't act desperate. Girls don't like desperate boys.
Most boys in elementary school can hold on to a girl for only 30 days.
When you see a pretty girl, don't let her tractor beam pull you in.
Go for a talkative girl if you are shy. Then you only have to say one sentence, and she will do the rest of the talking.
Don't brag or she will ditch you.
Don't scream if you can't get the girl even after you've tried everything. If it doesn't work out, just let it go.
Alec Greven is a smart boy, and if he puts to use all of his tips and tricks from HOW TO TALK TO GIRLS, he's destined to be an even smarter man!
Reviewed by: Jennifer Wardrip, aka "The Genius"
Ce livre est plein de bons conseils de bon sens, c'est vrai.
Je l'ai acheté pour l'offrir a un ami qui doit passer un examen d'anglais en plus d'être célibataire (un malheur n'arrive jamais seul comme on dit !) donc pour moi le livre a rempli son travail mais le contenu n'est vraiment pas exceptionnel.
Je lui aurait donné 4 étoiles s'il avait couté entre 2 et 4 Euros, il vaut (a mes yeux évidemment) beaucoup moins que le prix que je l'ai payé !
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It's rare when kids ask you to read a book to them over and over.
Even if this book is intended to be funny, it is not because it perpetuates stereotypical ideas, "girls win most of the arguments and have most of the power" and "It is easy to spot pretty girls because they have the big earrings, fancy dresses, and all the jewelry." The follow-up statement, "the best choice for most boys is a regular girl" is unfortunate: the implication that a regular girl is not pretty, or a pretty girl is not regular is not a healthy one for young children to read. A tip like, "To get a girl to like you, talk to her and get to know her" is great advice, why couldn't the book have more of this kind of straight talk? Instead more unfortunate comments follow: "If the girl you like is wild, then act just like her. This is hardly good advice. "It is also good to give gifts" is counsel that supports our already over materialistic culture. This silly book written by a nine year old boy is exploitative as is all the hoopla from the media.
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